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Member Since: Oct 15, 2002
Last Visit: Jan 30, 2009
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Approach Trails = 4
Page Improvements = 3

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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

X marks the spot (FA)

V2 5+ (2)

Boulder, 10'

Colorado > Boulder > ... > Engineering Center

Oct 15, 2002

Contributed Comments


Location: Colorado > Golden > North Table Mountain/Golden... > Overhang Area
By: Brian Schoep When: Apr 18, 2005

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Comments: Hey All, I've been trying to figure out the name and rating of a route up here. It is towards the left hand side of the Overhang Area. The first three bolts follow an open book with a finger crack in the back of it. The left face is quite smooth, but the right face has some small edges. It leads to an overhang with a handjam after which it heads to the left to one more bolt and some coldshuts. If anyone knows what this is, I would love the info. Thanks.

Location: Colorado > Boulder > Flatirons > North > Satellite Boulders > ... > The Turning Point (V8)
By: Brian Schoep When: Oct 27, 2003

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Comments: Hey, AC - I think we all realize that bouldering grades are subjective. This is exactly the reason why we need other people's inputs. If several people suggest grades, a compromise can be made in the middle somewhere. I don't thing AC #2 was trying to be a jerk about it, he was just throwing out his impression of the climb.

Location: Colorado > Boulder > Flatirons > North > Second Flatiron > West Face [2nd Flatiron] (5.2)
By: Brian Schoep When: Oct 23, 2003

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Comments: The first time I did this downclimb it seemed a little harder than the 5.1 rating posted here (Class 4 in the guidebooks). Sounds like others had the same problem that I did. The trick is to start heading down the west face at the northern most point. There are a couple of solid stairs to get you around the overhang. Good lesson in route finding.

Location: Colorado > Boulder > Flatirons > North > Second Flatiron > North Crack (5.9+)
By: Brian Schoep When: Sep 1, 2003

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Comments: Just an additional comment on what was said about the need for long runners. This is extremely important on the last pin before pulling onto the slab. Long story, but I didn't have much of a runner on this one, an the rope drag was deadly. What should have been an couple easy moves felt like I was doing squats at the gym just to get my rope to give a couple of inches. It made for a rather strenuous belay as well. It was a momentary lack of foresight that probably shouldn't have happened, bu... more >>

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X marks the spot V2 5+

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