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Rock Climbing Photo: new in box Spantik size 43

new in box Spantik size 43

May 7, 2016

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Location: U.S. judge's ruling could e...
By: Jim81433 When: Sep 18, 2006

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Comments: I think overall the fees are good as long as the money goes to keeping the place cleaned up. Although I think the fees are ridiculously too high for the camp sites up on Lemmon and the f.s could do a better job maintaining them.

If this woman went up to Mt lemmon so much why didnt she just buy a season pass?

I have noticed the forest service lands getting really trashed though and I think it will get worse

Fees/No fees what are peoples opinions?

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re: Mammut SucksClimbing Gear DiscussionJim81433Apr 9, 2008
re: ArizonaArizona & New MexicoJim81433Nov 18, 2007
re: Caribbean Climbing?General ClimbingJim81433Sep 17, 2007
re: Map of the climbing world?Discuss MountainProject.comJim81433Jul 16, 2007
re: rappellingArizona & New MexicoJim81433Apr 11, 2007
Partners for backcountry climbingArizona & New Mexico PartnersJim81433Mar 5, 2007
re: Petition to return Summit Registers to BaboquivariArizona & New MexicoJim81433Nov 16, 2006
re: Petition to return Summit Registers to BaboquivariArizona & New MexicoJim81433Nov 15, 2006
half rope technique questionTrad ClimbingJim81433Oct 1, 2006
re: Dean Potter: WisdomCommunity ForumJim81433Sep 29, 2006

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