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Aug 1, 2015
It might be better to split this into three sections, since that is how the Wilder guidebook does it (North, Central, and South). If you're trying to add GPS to these areas, there is actually a pretty big distance between North and South Dragon's Den. Also, since it is an area that requires a guide, each of these areas can have separate groups of climbers.
Central has climbs like Hobbit and Brittany in a Blender, while South has Dry Dock, Dragonfly, and Full Service.
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