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I have agreed to write some materials on how to sustainably rebolt routes as well as do some videos for the Access Fund. I have a variety of old hardware to show what's out there and how to remove it (rusting 5-piece, wedge, buttonhead, etc) but also want to show what to look for in hangers (Leeper,...
Yeah man, wide and steep. Currently unsent to my knowledge. I also have another wide roof route for you - Crumbling Reality. Super cool, also in the Platte. Feel free to shoot me an email anytime as I don't frequent this site much: [email protected]
I was there when that happened and am surprised no one has done it since then, as that was at least 5 years ago. I think it'll go actually. Matt - can't wait to come back brother, can not wait!RRO wrote:Arno bout pulled it off till a bat flew on him from a pocket.
I'm probably that "someone" posting about cracks to the right. It's been awhile but I remember them being mellow, 5.9ish, I found tat anchors on them when I did them years ago, not sure if they're still there so be ware. I don't log onto this site much anymore unfortunately so if you need more beta,...
- Sun Jun 29, 2008 8:14 am
- Forum: Classifieds
- Topic: ROAD TRIP to Rocky Mountain National Park
- Replies: 5
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Cliff, I pm'ed you back, but check out this website quite regularly. The CMS is in the park a lot and does a great job with condition reports. It sounds like the lower elevation peaks are in but the Diamond itself has a lot of snow. The Keyhole route is sort of the tourist hike on it, with the most ...
I need to know about routes (5.8 or less), camping, how long would it take to drive there from Lexington, and any other info you want to share. Is it really as runout as I hear it is? John, we met at Tackett's a few years ago one night. Anyway, I wrote the new color guidebook to the Flatirons. If y...
- Wed Nov 14, 2007 6:56 pm
- Forum: Trad
- Topic: Anybody done T2 in Eldorado Canyon?
- Replies: 12
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Jordan Wood onsight free soloed this about a year ago. I remember him telling me one of the upper 5.9 pitches that was really loose spooked him pretty good. I liked the route, but I roped up for it however.
- Sun Jul 15, 2007 10:43 pm
- Forum: More climbing!
- Topic: Climbing Photo Thread, Vol. 2
- Replies: 753
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Here's a few shots from some peaks we climbed in Peru for the last month http://www.mountainproject.com/images/44/46/105994446_large_5f09ca.jpg?1184552874 http://www.mountainproject.com/images/44/47/105994447_large_4e8d25.jpg?1184552908 http://www.mountainproject.com/images/44/50/105994450_large_765...
- Thu Mar 22, 2007 12:34 pm
- Forum: More climbing!
- Topic: Zion - Can anyone recommended a classic route?
- Replies: 22
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Hey Gaar - when?Gaar wrote:I'm probably moving to (springdale) zion for the season
There's a chance I might make a trip there for a week if the Misses won't let me come back to the red during that time.