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Location: California > Sierra Eastside > Bishop Area > Buttermilk Country > Buttermilks Main > ... > Rastaman Vibration (V12)
By: Doug Lintz When: Dec 29, 2017

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Comments: FA Jared Roth


Location: Kansas > Rock City > Daddy's Home (V4)
By: Doug Lintz When: Oct 9, 2017

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Comments: No worries, Matt. Quality problem and hard.


Location: South Dakota > The Needles Of Rushmore > Mount Rushmore National Mem... > Chopping Block > Lightning Bolt > Static Cling (5.10b/c)
By: Doug Lintz When: Oct 9, 2017

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Comments: Fantastic route! Don't pass this one up.


Location: South Dakota > The Needles Of Rushmore > Mount Rushmore National Mem... > Chopping Block > The Butcher's Hand > Blood Sausage (5.11)
By: Doug Lintz When: Oct 9, 2017

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Comments: The belay stance is awful but the climbing is fun. The texture of this pillar tore my skin up!!


Location: South Dakota > The Needles Of Rushmore > Mount Rushmore National Mem... > South Seas > Bull Rock > Bull Dyke (5.10-)
By: Doug Lintz When: Oct 9, 2017

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Comments: Guide book says 4 bolts, I clipped three. The first was 25' up at the top of the slab/ramp where the route steepens.


Location: Kansas > Rock City > I Like Turtles (V5+)
By: Doug Lintz When: Sep 22, 2017

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Comments: This was named Wiper (V3) about 15 years ago. I saw it mentioned in one of the climbing mags back in the day. IMO the best problem in Rock City.


Location: Kansas > Rock City > Daddy's Home (V4)
By: Doug Lintz When: Sep 22, 2017

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Comments: Nice description. Lol.


Location: North America > Mexico > Northern Mexico > Nuevo Leon > El Potrero Chico > ... > Super Nova (5.11a)
By: Doug Lintz When: Jul 24, 2017

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Comments: We simul-rapped with a second thinner cord, keeping the ropes flaked on slings. No tangled thrown rap lines getting caught on the abundant edges/ledges/plants.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Gallery > Far Side > Thick as Thieves (5.12a)
By: Doug Lintz When: Apr 12, 2017

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Comments: If you're short, the crux start will probably feel harder than .12a.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Gallery > Far Side > First Class Tickets to The ... (5.10a)
By: Doug Lintz When: Apr 10, 2017

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Comments: Low angle climbing to a fun upper face. Well-bolted for a new 5.10 leader.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Gallery > Far Side > Ragged Ass Tinkering Cow Th... (5.9+)
By: Doug Lintz When: Apr 10, 2017

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Comments: Maybe I wasn't seeing the line. Climbing the bolts directly might be 5.9+, but there's easier/more obvious holds about 4 feet right of the bolts making this more of a 5.8 route to me.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Bank > Peking (5.7)
By: Doug Lintz When: Jan 3, 2017

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Comments:
Rock Climbing Photo: The Bank, far right.
The Bank, far right.


Does anyone know what this route is called? The person in the photo just rappelled down the route. It's two(?) routes right of Peking, starts in a corner, and moves right under the roof, then goes up and over some unnerving flakes/blocks near the top. For reference, another climber can be seen on Peking in the upper left part of the photo.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Dark Side > Asym (5.11c/d)
By: Doug Lintz When: Sep 26, 2016

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Comments: I thought pulling through the second roof was more difficult than the first. Not much for good footholds pulling either roof.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Vault > Pocket Change (5.11d PG13)
By: Doug Lintz When: Sep 26, 2016

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Comments: Toproped this after Illusions. After the ledge, it was a nonstop flurry of sharp desperate moves with the worst near the anchors. I stayed on or left of the bolt line until the top.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Bank > Number 1 Super Guy (5.11a) > Photo
By: Doug Lintz When: Sep 20, 2016

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Comments: Zack, this photo was probably taken from Season Down Under, two routes to the right.


Location: Minnesota > Blue Mounds State Park (Luv... > North Quarry Area > tyrannosaurus > Rex (5.12b/c)
By: Doug Lintz When: Jul 20, 2016

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Comments: Nice send, Rob!! I looked at that thing about 12 years ago and couldn't see a path. Way to work it!!


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Dark Side > Swinging Richards (5.12)
By: Doug Lintz When: Apr 26, 2016

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Comments: Prepare yourself for some sharp crimping/high stepping at the crux. I tried this years ago and got thoroughly shut down. Not wanting to leave a biner, I traversed left to the 5.10 route, topped that out, and moved back to this route to set a toprope. Leaving a biner would've been the smarter option.


Location: Minnesota > Blue Mounds State Park (Luv... > Receding Ramparts Area > Balancing Rock > Stonecutter (5.9+)
By: Doug Lintz When: Apr 14, 2016

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Comments: Guidebook say 5.9+, I thought it was much easier than that. When I climbed it in 2005, it was filthy, covered in cobwebs and the upper portion was heavily vegetated. Enjoy!


Location: Minnesota > Blue Mounds State Park (Luv... > Bouldering @ Blue Mounds > Quarry Boulder > Uranus (V-easy)
By: Doug Lintz When: Mar 6, 2016

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Comments: Zach,
I've got nothing to add regarding FAs on this chunk as I only had eyes for one hard line on this side of the boulder (back when I was strong LOL)...starting low and left, traversing the lip, into and past the gastons, and into the middle of the overhanging face, then up. Never came close to getting past the gastons.

That said, you have this and Gaia listed as "V-easy". Seems like they'd be harder than that. I never did those specific lines up this boulder but surely they're more difficu... more >>


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Bank > I Have a Dream (5.9)
By: Doug Lintz When: Oct 1, 2015

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Comments: Guidebook says 5.9. I thought it 5.8.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > The Bank > 1979 (5.11b)
By: Doug Lintz When: Oct 1, 2015

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Comments: Bob & Carrie's supplemental guidebook say 5.11b. Probably two moves of 5.10+ is more like it...easier if you're taller.


Location: Colorado > Canon City > Shelf Road > Cactus Cliff > Blackman's Burden (5.10c)
By: Doug Lintz When: Sep 29, 2015

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Comments: Despite being a well-traveled 15 year old route, I unexpectedly pulled off a large, well-chalked hold just left of the first bolt. Ended up with a bruised heel but could've been much worse. It's a little reachier getting to the nice left hand pocket, but the grade hasn't changed.


Location: Colorado > Fort Collins > Horsetooth Reservoir > Rotary Park > Central Ridgeline, includin... > Ship's Prow Right (V1)
By: Doug Lintz When: Sep 8, 2015

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Comments: I think the generally accepted order (left to right) is:

Ship's Prow, V0+.
Ship's Prow Right, V1, maybe a bit harder.
Ship's Prow Direct, V6-7, if it looks like a hold, it's not "on".
Finger Ripper, V3.
Ship's Prow Standard, V3, soft for the grade.
Curving Crack, V-fun.


Location: Colorado > Alpine Rock > Capitol Peak > Northeast Ridge (Knife-Edge... (4th) > Photo
By: Doug Lintz When: Aug 28, 2015

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Comments: About 15 years ago, my friend and I were wearing shorts and baselayers on the descent. We get just below K2's summit and the rain starts, then the hail, then the sleet, and then snow. This was in mid-July. Good times!!


Location: Colorado > Boulder > Flatirons > Central > Backporch > ... > Photo
By: Doug Lintz When: Jul 31, 2015

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Comments: Nice shot!


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