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Member Since: Oct 10, 2002
Last Visit: Jan 8, 2003
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1

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Location: CO : Estes Park Valley : Lumpy Ridge
By: DINO When: Jan 8, 2003

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Comments: Lumpy Ridge is where it's at. Nested in the outcroppings of mother nature. This is a place to be safe and get your groove on. If you need any climbing stuff or a coffee stop in the downtown (Mexican restuarant and the climbing shop next to it, nice wall guys! Rock on). If you want to climb right next to Mother Nature, this is the place. It feels like your on top of the world when your chillin' on the Ridge. Nice hike up to most of the climbing. This is a must for scenery and good climbing, too. ... more >>

Location: CO : Denver South : Castlewood Canyon SP
By: DINO When: Jan 8, 2003

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Comments: For the guy that thinks a bunch of rednecks put the nuts in, why don't you set some nuts and cams in the wall yourself. No new permanent routes, but you can still get your groove on.

Location: CO : Denver South : Castlewood Canyon SP
By: DINO When: Oct 10, 2002

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Comments: "Castlewood Canyon" very nice area to climb. It is good for beginner and expert skills. The Canyon is great for an all day climb. You can easily go from route to route with many topropes available. The only thing that isnt to cool about the canyon is it's not a deep canyon, therefore not many pitches. BUT! There is also some good bouldering. If you go into the park from the main entrance and then follow the trail into the canyon..., you cross a bridge right after the bridge there is a HUGE bould... more >>

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