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The trees in stick gulley are not sticking to the cliffs so well. The top photo is a rap station now in the streambed; the bottom photo is a rap station whose pine tree is now held in place by the 5 mm cord backup anchor.
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dave custer
Jan 4, 2017
The trees in stick gulley are not sticking to the cliffs so well. The top photo is a rap station now in the streambed; the bottom photo is a rap station whose pine tree is now held in place by the 5 mm cord backup anchor.  
Benjamin Chapman
Small Town, USA
Benjamin Chapman   Small Town, USA
Thank God for that 5mm backup cord. That's one seriously ugly rappel station. Jan 5, 2017
Weston L
Summerlin, NV
Weston L   Summerlin, NV
Dave, what this was coming down from? Jan 5, 2017
Unknown (to me) climbs, one 100 yards down canyon from Datura, the other right where hiking up the gulley dead ends at a chockstone slot. Jan 6, 2017

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The trees in stick gulley are not sticking to the cliffs so well. The top photo is a rap station now in the streambed; the bottom photo is a rap station whose pine tree is now held in place by the 5 mm cord backup anchor.