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|Submitted By:||Todd Lane on Mar 30, 2007|
|Climbing in Red Rocks after heavy rain can permanently damage the rock! MORE INFO >>>|
|re: Need 1 more person for multipitch climb tomorrow||Brendan Blanchard||7 hours ago|
|re: Red Rocks partner for the next few days||Rhoda||9 hours ago|
|re: Tomorrow--Gear I owned at garage sale. Insane deal. No joke.||Rico Tan||11 hours ago|
|re: Good TR solo climbs 5.6 - 5.9||Michael Chailland||1 day ago|
|re: great red book debacle||Jacob S||3 days ago|
|re: Climbing partners 4/17 - 5/5||Will Kahlert||3 days ago|
|re: 1 sport bean left on top of black tower||Tim Lutz||4 days ago|
|re: Lost BD Stopper in Red Rocks||Patrick Mulligan||5 days ago|
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From: Las Vegas NV
Jan 3, 2008
Must be an oven in the summer yet...
today, two (very short) days into the year,
it was sunny and warm :)
Fun and user-friendly.
Well worth the stop on your way to or from 'Cut your teeth'
By Brian Waller
May 22, 2008
Once you're at Happy Acres go just past the group of pines in the middle of the canyon. With a large boulder at the mouth of the
alcove(on the right), the wall is hard to miss.
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