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3 star crack

3 star crack

ID : City of Rocks : ... : Comment

Oct 25, 2013

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Location: ID : Castle Rocks : South Hills : Bracksiek's Pillar : Mid-Eye Collision (5.10b)
By: Norm Larson When: Aug 12, 2014

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Comments: Great movement on this one. You'll use a lot of different techniques to get up it. Take a 3/4" to 1" cam to protect it.

Location: ID : City of Rocks : Great Wall : Three Star Corner (5.10a)
By: Norm Larson When: Oct 25, 2013

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Comments: I can't believe I never knew of this route till the other day. What a great 9+/10a crack. Definitely one of the best cracks at the city. As much as I like thin slice or bloodyfingers they are really mostly face routes with cracks. Not this one. The crux for me was the first few moves getting in to the crack. Funky anchor off right on the slab but it's easy to get to really once you see it. Wish this crack was longer but that's not unusual at the city to wish for more. Go do it you won't be disa... more >>

Location: WY : Jackson Hole : Rock Springs Buttress : Triple Roofs (5.9+)
By: Norm Larson When: Jul 11, 2010

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Comments: I used to work for JHMG in the 70's and 80's and lived in a tent cabin out at the base of Apres Vous. Rock Springs buttress was our guides favorite place to work and also crag on our days off. We all did a lot of routes there BITD. complete with tower 3 stops whenever we wanted. I believe that Jim Donini, Chuck Satterfield, and I (Norm Larson) were the first to climb this route in 1978. I led the first pitch, Donini led the roof pitch. I asked all the other guides if they knew of a previous as... more >>

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re: Patagonia nano air, gortex and 45l pack. FOR SALE / WantedNorm LarsonAug 12, 2015
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re: Re slinging camsLost and FoundNorm LarsonAug 5, 2015
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re: Lost: Half block of ChalkLost and FoundNorm LarsonJul 26, 2013
re: offwidth in the cityNorthern Utah & IdahoNorm LarsonJul 23, 2013
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