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By Anonymous Coward
Mar 4, 2005
|This is the old guide. The new guide has around 600 climbs (twice as much) and is avilble at nuclimbing.com|
By James Garrett
Jun 26, 2008
Logan Canyon is awesome and so many good routes and potential for so many new ones. I just visited the Muelline Wall Area for the first time, and as I hadn't even known about it before the current new guide, was wondering if this is in fact a "new area". One concern, though, to those doing the developing.
1. What is with the swingset gauge chain for the anchors?
2. How many inches of bolt are actually in the rock after being threaded through the piles of chain and washers?
3. My partner and I felt many anchors looked unsafe and the chain is just too thin on almost all of the routes up there and elsewhere? We didn't lower either, just rapped.
But certainly, all in all,.........great climbing you people up in Logan have...and keep up the good work scoping out such spectacular lines....more multi-pitch!!!! I love climbing to the tops of those beautiful limestone aretes and buttresses up in Logan!
By Matt Brodhead
From: Logan, UT
Apr 24, 2011
Evaluate bolts in Logan Canyon with caution. There are a few routes that should be avoided until bolts are replaced.