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Hobble creek canyon the original wall Lots of room for more routes
Can you believe there are only 5 bolted routes up here come on! this site is prime for some gnarly climbing.
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Rob Miklia first climb up the original wall i wish these climbs had names this climb i would have to call call it The smooth spot because about 3/4 the way up you hit a real smooth area that can be a bugger to get past
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By D Snyder
From: Virgin, Utah
Jul 10, 2011

I think Jeff Pedersen, Boone Speed, and Vince Adams put up those routes. Ask Daren at Mountain Works...he'll know.

By nooky brown
Jul 10, 2011

If Boyle, Pederson etc only put 4 rtes up then there has to be a problem with the place. But, sounds like your keen so here's a quick lesson on rap bolting.

1 Go to www.toolnut.com/Bosch_11536C_1_36_Volt_Lithium_Ion_Hammer_Dr>>> and buy drill.
2 Go and see Darren at Mtn Works and buy what ever he suggests for bolts, hangers and anchors.
3 Pick the best line, thrash to the top of cliff and put anchors in above line.
4 Top rope line to death and mark where you want the bolts.
5 Put bolts in, hang draws and then send line with ease.
6 Name route then post it on Mtn Project.
7 After this experience, you will thrash around looking for more unclimbed rock. If you find another cliff worth the effort, you will not tell anyone (even your Bishop, Priest etc) untill you have done everything.
Then and only then, will you post it on Mtn Project.

Good luck.

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Rob Miklia first climb up the original wall i wish these climbs had names this climb i would have to call call it The smooth spot because about 3/4 the way up you hit a real smooth area that can be a bugger to get past

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