Hope everyone here realizes this place won't ever be the same. I remember when it was word of mouth only and people were able to keep there mouths shut. Lucky, a few gems still exist that you guys haven't posted about and invited all the idiots to come along.
Dry creek crags are on public land and should be used by local climbers. There was a nice article recently written in Telluride adventure magazine about it.
I don't think this place will become crowded due to its location and "nice" rough road leading to it.
several trips with Duchess and my mom, usually taking only photos, sometimes trying to climb.
a fun crag, although the drive is a bit rough i managed to find a 5.11d project route . i will definately return and work on some of the local problems this crag has to offer!
I am so happy I found this place so close to my home, and the rock is excellent.