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Contributed Photos

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Rock Climbing Photo: Prize package for the Access Fund survey.

Prize package for the Access Fund survey.

Forums > General Climbing > We need your input - Access...

Oct 9, 2015

Rock Climbing Photo: Access Fund Denver Social

Access Fund Denver Social

Forums > Colorado > ... > Post

May 1, 2013

Rock Climbing Photo: Join us!

Join us!

Forums > Colorado > Access Fund Denver Social T...

Apr 26, 2013

Rock Climbing Photo: Access Fund map widget.

Access Fund map widget.

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Mar 29, 2012

Rock Climbing Photo: AF logo

AF logo

The People of Mountain Proj... > AccessFund HQ > Access Fund

Dec 3, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Jailhouse graphic.

Jailhouse graphic.

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Nov 18, 2010

Contributed Comments


Location: New Mexico > New Mexico, other Southern ... > Last Chance Canyon
By: AccessFund HQ When: Nov 27, 2007

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Comments: Although it was quite sometime ago, I would like to address Dave Myers point of Access Fund dropping the ball.
He suggests that Sphinx Rock (et al.) is analogous to the LCC situation.
With most respect, they are not similar. Sphinx Rock access is on private land. Period. LCC is public. Therefore the Access Fund did not "drop the ball"; the land owner does not want climbers on hsr property. end of story.

A more analogous situation in Choas Canyon stashed pads and the RMNP service. A committed co... more >>

Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Red Rock > Black Velvet Canyon > Black Velvet Wall > Dream of Wild Turkeys (5.10a)
By: AccessFund HQ When: Nov 21, 2007

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Comments: The upper pitches can be very loose.
I climbed DOWT back in 2005 and pulled a coffee table sized slab off the 9th pitch taking a thiry foot pendulum swing off the anchors. (It left a good sized non-core shot knick in the rope)
Luckily no-one was below us as it was later in the day. Had there been, it surely would have... well, not good.
As we finished off the (endless) top it got looser and looser.
Be careful.

Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
We need your input - Access Fund Strategic SurveyGeneral ClimbingAccessFund HQOct 9, 2015
Holy Boulders UpdateMidwestAccessFund HQFeb 27, 2015
re: Holy Boulders land transfer issuesMidwestAccessFund HQFeb 20, 2015
re: Roadside Crag Closure, Why no change in status?Southern StatesAccessFund HQMar 19, 2014
re: Climbers want the Resolution Copper mine in AZ?Arizona & New MexicoAccessFund HQMay 3, 2013
re: Access Fund Denver Social Thursday May 2 at Forest Room 5 from 6-9 PMColoradoAccessFund HQMay 1, 2013
Access Fund Denver Social Thursday May 2 at Forest Room 5 from 6-9 PMColoradoAccessFund HQApr 26, 2013
Access Fund Responds to Resolution Copper’s Recent Announcement of Workforce ReductionsArizona & New MexicoAccessFund HQDec 11, 2012
Arizona Land Exchange Bill (HR 1904) is Not Collaborative ConservationArizona & New MexicoAccessFund HQOct 17, 2012
re: Resolution Copper - Queen Creek Coalition: News ReleaseArizona & New MexicoAccessFund HQJul 11, 2012
Access Fund Action Alert: Save Oak FlatGeneral ClimbingAccessFund HQFeb 7, 2012
Access Fund Action Alert: Save Oak FlatArizona & New MexicoAccessFund HQFeb 7, 2012
re: Help preserve Oak Flats and Queen Creek AccessGeneral ClimbingAccessFund HQFeb 6, 2012
re: Sudden Closure of Trout CreekPacific NorthwestAccessFund HQFeb 3, 2012
Access Fund Wants Your Input on NPS Fixed Anchor ProposalCommunity ForumAccessFund HQFeb 2, 2011
re: Rumbling Bald Park "Planning" (we got screwed)Southern StatesAccessFund HQDec 3, 2010
re: Goodbye TamoArizona & New MexicoAccessFund HQDec 21, 2007
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