These are the routes we did on hound dog. I am estimating their ratings, and I'm a wuss leader.<br>
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On the left we climbed up a 5.9 crack with huge holds in crack. Then we TR'd the rest.<br>
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On the right we climbed up a couple 5.9/10'ish climbs. The climbs on the right are on sandstone and pieces were breaking off so be careful.<br>
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Both have TONS OF BOLTS every 6 feet or so.<br>
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There is a path leading to cray. Park in the grassy pullout 50 ahead of pullout 6. I'll call it 6.5. In the middle of the pullout cross the street and there is a path up. We marked it with a huge cairn<br>
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Dreez
Aug 17, 2010
These are the routes we did on hound dog. I am estimating their ratings, and I'm a wuss leader.

On the left we climbed up a 5.9 crack with huge holds in crack. Then we TR'd the rest.

On the right we climbed up a couple 5.9/10'ish climbs. The climbs on the right are on sandstone and pieces were breaking off so be careful.

Both have TONS OF BOLTS every 6 feet or so.

There is a path leading to cray. Park in the grassy pullout 50 ahead of pullout 6. I'll call it 6.5. In the middle of the pullout cross the street and there is a path up. We marked it with a huge cairn
canyonclimber
Casper WY
canyonclimber   Casper WY
No sandstone here, all great limstone. Aug 21, 2011

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