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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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Page Improvements = 3

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Location: Alaska : Interior Alaska/Alaska Rang... : Denali National Park : Mt. Francis : South East Ridge (WI2)
By: Ed Lysne When: May 10, 2014

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Comments: What we did fits the description of the "East Ridge," pretty simple, classic approach and descend out of lower Kahiltna Base Camp- mostly easy snow.

-There are a few crevasses on the approach (descent) which I almost skied into by accident. (Rope up!)

-On the ridge we did about 1/2 the route without crampons in ski boots. When the snow got firm we put 'em on. There was one steep headwall of maybe 15 feet, wear I led and kicked steps with 1 tool (piolet).

-We did this on a day with low visib... more >>

Location: Minnesota : Sandstone : Robinson Park : Diagonals Wall : 13) Quantum Order (5.5)
By: Ed Lysne When: Jul 29, 2010

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Comments: Oct 18, 2009 I led using bolts. Then Dave H led using gear!

Location: Nevada : Red Rock : Sandstone Quarry : Front Corridor : Man's Best Friend (5.7)
By: Ed Lysne When: Dec 2, 2009

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Comments: Fun route. Approach: Easy quick rap from straight across the gully.
Route: I led it in 1 pitch (60m) and skipped a few bolts. Rap in 2

Location: Nevada : Red Rock : First Creek Canyon : Romper Room : Romper Room (5.7)
By: Ed Lysne When: Dec 2, 2009

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Comments: Great finger sized pro most of the way. I did not find it loose or hollow.

Location: Minnesota : Mankato Area Bouldering (Ma... : Rasmussen Woods Boulders : Rasmussen West : Peter's Dihedral (V-easy)
By: Ed Lysne When: Sep 5, 2009

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Comments: Found this fun bouldering area while attending MNSU in 2005. For climbing EXEDders, this is a fun jaunt. Thanks for posting it Pete!

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