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Member Since: Jul 22, 2001
Last Visit: Feb 14, 2014
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1



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Location: CO : Canon City : Shelf Road : Cactus Cliff : Crynoid Corner (5.7)
By: Scott Hansen When: Nov 15, 2001

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Comments: Bolting cracks at a sport area is a good way for people to break into trad climbing!? I don't think I want the kind of people who are willing to bolt cracks, because they can't lead them on gear, running loose in trad areas. What's so hard about rigging a top rope while trailing a rope and placing gear to simulate a lead. I'd say that would be a good way to break into trad. I know my climbing pals may feel differently but I still have a hard time swallowing the justification for bolting crac... more >>


Location: WY : Vedauwoo : Fall Wall : Drop Zone (5.10a)
By: Scott Hansen When: Jul 31, 2001

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Comments: What! It felt 8ish that day! Grab a couple more quick draws because I believe there are actually 9 bolts on the slab, before the anchors.


Location: WY : Vedauwoo : Poland Hill : Kim (5.6)
By: Scott Hansen When: Jul 31, 2001

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Comments: My climbing partner speakth the truth. This route is great! The start is a bit slabby until you reach the left to right leaning crack. She's a short outing but well worth the visit.


Location: WY : Vedauwoo : Walt's Wall : Edwards' Crack (5.7)
By: Scott Hansen When: Jul 31, 2001

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Comments: Steve's description is right on. This is a must do route for anyone. The crux moves at the top can be easily protected with a #3-3.5 Camalot. The rest of the route pretty much eats pro anywhere you want it. I would recommend placing a piece of gear in the top of the crack, mid-way up the first pitch, to keep the rope from falling into the crack. Also, if you don't mind a bit of scramblling, a great alternative rap is from the top of 4th of July Crack from a 2 bolt anchor. One double... more >>