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By George Zack
From: Grand Junction, CO
Dec 27, 2015
Seeking input from local climbers...
I climbed here for a day (my first time to Table Rock) about a month ago. Does anybody know what the prominent 5.10-ish, right-facing, tips to fingers dihedral is towards the far right end of the tall south-facing cliffs? I lead it onsight and resorted to using a meat anchor at the top to rap back down, as the only bolted anchor around was about 10' left. Is this supposed to be the anchor for this route??? If not, I would like to add an anchor at the top of the crack the next time I'm in Boise (possibly Jan. 2016), as it is a fun route and deserves one. I have the tools and experience to do it right, but don't want to violate any local 'ethics', so am asking here.
I was able to locate a picture of the route here: images.summitpost.org/original... It is the shaded corner in the far left of the photo.
From: Cheyenne, WY
Dec 29, 2015
Glad you had a fun time out there. A lot of those routes are holdovers from when golden days of Boise climbing. There is a moratorium on bolting in the area so sadly you won't be able to install anchors.