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By Anonymous Coward
Mar 13, 2004
Great hangout, bring suntan lotion, watch for speeding semi trucks, and have fun.
Load up on food and water in town and take a left one you head west over the river.
Remember to watch where you camp, cause you might get a ticket if you are in the wrong spot.
By Andy Laakmann
From: Bend, OR
Mar 30, 2009
|Kudos to Sam Lightner Jr. / ASCA for replacing virtually every piece of steel on Potash. Most popular anchors are now sporting fat, modern, and painted hardware.|
Nov 28, 2011
|5 or 6 years ago, my wife and I did some stellar bouldering down this road (south side of the river), on par with Big Bend bouldering. Exotic red rock with white spots.|
Jun 22, 2012
this is a shot in the dark but i was swimming and climbing along the colorado the weekend of 15th and left a pair of 5.10 moccasins size 9.5 at the lone boulder along potash rd next to the indian writing sign :( if someone happened to find them and then look on this site that would be amazing !
thanks and i guess ill throw a reward in :)
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Apr 29, 2015
|Had a really great time climbing here. Having trouble identifying the last climb we did that day, it was the last sport route before the petros. Anyone know the name or grade of that climb?|