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Apr 13, 2014
Does anyone know who set the bolts for the highline slackline at the green valley gap? I am interested in doing it and could use some advice on the subject.

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James Wieman
From Southern Utah
Joined Mar 10, 2012
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Apr 13, 2014
Best advice is to not do something if you don't know what you are doing. I know guys that walk it - not sure if they set the bolts or not. Not sure if it matters though. scottso
From St. George, Utah
Joined Dec 13, 2007
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Apr 13, 2014
Or head to the slackline forums... Seems like most of those nerds aren't even climbers these days S Denny
From Aspen, CO
Joined Sep 25, 2008
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Apr 14, 2014
You tell 'em Fonzie. Stupid slackline nerds. Tug
Joined Jul 8, 2007
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Oct 2, 2014
If anyone on this thread has any info on where exactly this line is/how to find it. I am coming down this weekend and really want to rig a line in St George but do not have time to establish a new line. Any chance anyone could email me info about this line to brentjw4@gmail.com It would be much appreciated! thanks brentjw2
Joined Jul 31, 2013
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Oct 3, 2014
I'm assuming that the bolts were put in by T-Goss. He runs a zip line for his adventure company in that exact area where the high line bolts are. I have an idea but you could contact the spot bouldering gym to find out exactly. DesStone
From Washington UT
Joined Sep 10, 2014
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Oct 3, 2014
Where his zip line is is like 300 feet across, if not more. scottso
From St. George, Utah
Joined Dec 13, 2007
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Oct 3, 2014
You're absolutely right I was out there today. My memory has served me wrong once again. DesStone
From Washington UT
Joined Sep 10, 2014
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Dec 20, 2014
Hey everybody. I put those bolts in in January of this year. (2014) finding them is pretty easy, just scout a bit. I try to cover them up so they aren't so obvious, but they seem to be uncovered every time I go out. There are 4 bolts per side and each bolt is 5/8 inch by 6 inch long. I don't know who else has rigged the lines besides myself, but let the word be out about them, They are awesome lines.
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JaceAdams
Joined Dec 20, 2014
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Dec 20, 2014
and...I feel like "rig at your own risk" should be added.

cheers,
JaceAdams
Joined Dec 20, 2014
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