Location: Teller County, north of Cripple Creek.Size: 640 acresDesignated: December 1986 Landowner: Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW)
This scenic area is dominated by massive exfoliating outcrops of Pikes Peak granite. Dome Rock, among the most spectacular of the formations, rises 800 feet from the canyon floor. The site also contains good-quality examples of ponderosa pine, limber pine, Douglas-fir and Montane grassland plant communities. The area provides winter browse and lambing grounds for a herd of bighorn sheep.