This is the large, south facing red colored slab on the north side of the road, near the entrance to the canyon. While the wall gets its name from what looks like dynamite blasting that happened on the wall years ago, the rock quality is actually not bad. The belay gully for the slab is mostly loose scree and rock, but a little trail maintenance could go a long way here. Unfortunately, Jefferson County has halted the development at this wall due to future plans surrounding the area. This wall bakes in the sun all day so it might be an adventure reserved for the winter.
Approach: Drive 0.3 miles up the canyon and park on the right/north side of the road in front of a “Welcome to Clear Creek Canyon Park” sign. Walk past the sign, west, on a trail that leads you uphill and to the right where you get to the base of the giant red slab and a giant amphitheater. 5 min