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photo - Lauren May, front, and Kara McArdell of Colorado Springs climb Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, around the giant boulder that fell onto Barr Trail above the 13th switchback on the front side of Rocky Mountain during last month's storms. May and McArdell climb the Manitou Springs Incline once a week and finished the round-trip adventure just before the storm hit that washed the boulder onto the trail. The U.S. Forest Service is looking at options. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock) + caption
Lauren May, front, and Kara McArdell of Colorado Springs climb Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, around the giant boulder that fell onto Barr Trail above the 13th switchback on the front side of Rocky Mountain during last month's storms. May and McArdell climb the Manitou Springs Incline once a week and finished the round-trip adventure just before the storm hit that washed the boulder onto the trail. The U.S. Forest Service is looking at options. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Christian Murdock, The Gazette Updated: October 5, 2013 at 6:59 am

The U.S. Forest Service is looking at options to deal with a large boulder that is currently blocking the Barr Trail above the 13th switchback on the front side of Rocky Mountain. The boulder came to rest on the trail during last month's storms.

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