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Member Since: Mar 26, 2007
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Location: Colorado > Estes Park Valley > Lumpy Ridge > The Book > The Pages Wall Area > Toot (5.10d)
By: climber73 When: May 1, 2007

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Comments: This is a really fun route if you're solid at 5.10. The start is hard but definitely felt like the crux to me.


Location: Colorado > Fort Collins > Horsetooth Reservoir > Duncan's Ridge > Roof Route (5.10)
By: climber73 When: Apr 23, 2007

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Comments: This is a great TR. The anchor at the top takes a couple of nuts and a #1 Camalot.


Location: Colorado > Estes Park Valley > Lumpy Ridge > Left Book > White Whale (5.7)
By: climber73 When: Apr 23, 2007

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Comments: Fun route! It is possible to do this route in 2 pitches if you go past the tree at the usual P1 belay and keep running to the crack systems at the diagonal about 1/2 way from the tree up to the roof. If I recall correctly the belay took a hand size cam upside down under a flake (#1 or #2 Camalot) and a couple of nuts. We did this with a 60 meter rope, and there was snow on the ground so our starting point was maybe 3 or 4 meters above the ground proper. 1 belay instead of 2 = faster and more... more >>


Location: Utah > Moab Area > Texas Canyon > Texas Tower > South Face (5.11+) > Photo
By: climber73 When: Apr 6, 2007

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Comments: Wow. A legend in action. Thanks for posting!!!


Location: Colorado > Fort Collins > Poudre Canyon > The Palace > The Chamber > Churchill Rejects (5.9)
By: climber73 When: Apr 4, 2007

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Comments: Nice 5.9. Many bolts for the length of the climb. This is nice considering that the rock may not be 100% bomber in places. Fun route that I'm sure I'll climb many times in the future. Good warmup for the 5.10 and 5.11 climbs nearby.


Location: Colorado > Fort Collins > Poudre Canyon > The Palace > Mineshaft Wall > Monstrosity (5.10)
By: climber73 When: Apr 4, 2007

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Comments: Pumpy 5.10 for sure!! The rock is pretty good and this is a fun route. Worth the trip across the Poudre.


Location: Colorado > Estes Park Valley > Lumpy Ridge > The Bookmark > Romulan Territory (5.10b)
By: climber73 When: Mar 29, 2007

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Comments: This route is fantastic!! I dumped half a set of pee-nuts into the crux pitch along with small cams. Well protected, aesthetic, beautiful route.


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