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Read a note on the bulletin before we left Indian Creek detailing a large rockfall at a crag our group visited a week before, only to realize it happened on something we climbed. We immediately knew exactly which rock it was.
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Picture on right is of Eric Santos leading the OW corner with the block that came loose still on the wall. It sat right below the anchor nearly 120’ up right above the belayer and nearby climbs. Some witnesses said that miraculously no one was injured when it went.
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James Xu
Jan 4, 2018
Read a note on the bulletin before we left Indian Creek detailing a large rockfall at a crag our group visited a week before, only to realize it happened on something we climbed. We immediately knew exactly which rock it was.
Picture on right is of Eric Santos leading the OW corner with the block that came loose still on the wall. It sat right below the anchor nearly 120’ up right above the belayer and nearby climbs. Some witnesses said that miraculously no one was injured when it went.  
Ray Lovestead
Boulder, CO
Ray Lovestead   Boulder, CO
Holy shit. I was just on this 2 days ago and the block is (of course) gone. This route felt totally safe and clean. Apr 1, 2018

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Read a note on the bulletin before we left Indian Creek detailing a large rockfall at a crag our group visited a week before, only to realize it happened on something we climbed. We immediately knew exactly which rock it was.
<br>
Picture on right is of Eric Santos leading the OW corner with the block that came loose still on the wall. It sat right below the anchor nearly 120’ up right above the belayer and nearby climbs. Some witnesses said that miraculously no one was injured when it went.