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|Submitted By:||nate brun on Mar 9, 2011|
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|re: Easy (<=5.8) sport climbing accessible this time of year||Skat B||6 days ago|
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Jun 2, 2011
Hey..Hey... Lets slow down a little!
Nate great job on the maps/info and stuff. (Great overview Topo)
But as I mentioned that day to you at the gym 95% of the boulders have been climbed pretty much every way possible years ago.
There are names for the problems & boulders that are different from what was listed! ...No Disrespect Bro..
Email me Nate and I will sent you the info, and you can do what you what with it. cool
By Tanner Bishoff
Oct 11, 2012
|does anyone know what the routes up here are?|
By Jeff S
From: Pleasant grove, UT
Oct 22, 2014
Some holds have broken on boulder #3, the main one I can see is a huge chunk at the highpoint making one of the holds on a V7 go from what looks like an under cling to a pinch. Im not sure if that made the route harder or not.
Also be careful on boulder #3!! Falling anywhere near the highpoint causes you to hit another boulder on your way down. Make sure that if you climb on it then have either two or more small to medium pads, or a large pad. I use an Organic full pad and a half pad when I climb this. With those I still wish I had more.
Also, the rock is pretty sharp. I always end my sessions not being able to hold on due to pain from a loss of skin!
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