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Member Since: Aug 3, 2006
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Areas = 15
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Location: OK : Zen Pen
By: Ryan Henry When: Apr 2, 2008

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Comments: Just for the record its spelled Mannford. I was trying to look it up on google maps and having trouble. I am going to check out the area this weekend, looks to be some good 'ol Oklahoma sandstone!!!


Location: CO : Alpinist Issue 18 - Buy It
By: Ryan Henry When: Dec 14, 2006

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Comments: You all are forgetting to mention the article on two Boulder climbers who are pushing the limits of Trad climbing as far as new school difficulty, while combining old school ethics. From the Ground UP!!! It is always nice to see some local fellers. Not to mention this is the finest climbing magazine, low ads, thought provoking stories of real adventure, and 100% GREEN (thanks to help from Patagonia)!!!


Location: CO : Golden : Clear Creek Canyon : High Wire Crag : Nickels and Dimes (5.9)
By: Ryan Henry When: Aug 8, 2006

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Comments: Just led this one today, and it was great. I agree with the 5.9 if you use the flake, otherwise the face was around 10b or c. It also works great for top-roping and practicing technical slab moves, (very balancy through the middle section). It is harder than it looks, so don't take it as a joke.


Location: CO : Golden : Clear Creek Canyon : River Wall : The Put In (5.8)
By: Ryan Henry When: Aug 8, 2006

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Comments: The guide book calls this a 5.7, and I definitely agree with the online rating. Be very mindful as the 1st bolt might not protect against groundfall. I would not suggest top-roping this route because the rope drags pretty hard on two very sharp, (freshly exploded metamorphic) edges. It is a great route for new leaders looking for a challenge, and a great warm up for all the studs and studettes.