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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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Approach Trails = 4
Page Improvements = 3

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Location: Wyoming > Fremont Canyon > Wine and Roses > Thanatos (5.10a/b)
By: Isaac Dority When: Oct 23, 2013

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Comments: Pictures of Thanatos are in the "what? No rope?" description

Location: New Mexico > Photo
By: Isaac Dority When: Jan 30, 2013

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Comments: it has

Location: New Mexico > Albuquerque Area Climbing > Sandia Mountains > Chimney Canyon > Muralla Grande > ... > Photo
By: Isaac Dority When: Apr 17, 2012

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Comments: Go try it and find out...

Location: New Mexico > Gallup Area > Mentmore
By: Isaac Dority When: Apr 14, 2012

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Rock Climbing Photo: New hangers
New hangers

Nice hangers. I can appreciate that. Thanks. Not sure why those bolts have been naked for so long, except for maybe the heinous cruxes. Who put em up? For those that don't know they are on the farthest right part of health wall, around the low slung roof.

Location: New Mexico > Gallup Area > Mentmore
By: Isaac Dority When: Mar 1, 2012

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Comments: Issac, I wanted to give you some information about the line you are talking about bolting. It would make a good route and would be on par with the other routes on the wall, especially razors from heaven. There are some loose flakes however, and that may complicate things. Also, another regular, and one of my best climbin buds has also been working the line, and, from what I understand, intends to dedicate the lead to his brother who past about a year ago. If your still interested, I can tell... more >>

Location: New Mexico > Gallup Area > Church Rock > Regular Route (5.9)
By: Isaac Dority When: Feb 12, 2012

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Comments: Finally climbed this after thinking about it for a while. It is not a mega classic. Just the tallest climbable (barely) spire in Gallup's vicinity. Dont expect a pure line. Atlest half of the climb is on manufactured holds, which you will be grateful for as you feel the tower crumbling in your fingers. One in our party nearly had a football sized piece land on his head. Missed by inches. Fun climb to a local tower summit. And probably a great mini adventure for anyone passing through. I p... more >>

Location: New Mexico > Gallup Area > Mentmore > New Side > (03) Wall of Dreams > Turquoise Classic Thunder (5.11b)
By: Isaac Dority When: Feb 10, 2012

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Comments: I don't know I waited so long to have a go at this line! From the first time I saw it I knew it was something special for this area. I found the moves to be a bit sequency, since I could only fit certain knuckles of what ended up being mostly ring and pinky mono locks. Damn my fat pointers! Also be prepared to smear blankness for about half the time, unless you have super pointy shoes that will fit in the crack. What a jamming heaven though, if you can handle the pain(a little tape might have... more >>

Location: New Mexico > Gallup Area > Mentmore > New Side > (03) Wall of Dreams > ... > Photo
By: Isaac Dority When: Feb 10, 2012

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Comments: Right into the first mono lock! But I guess its the only pro you get for those cruxy start moves.

Location: Utah > Moab Area > 191 South > Looking Glass Rock
By: Isaac Dority When: Jan 16, 2012

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Comments: Three friends and I climbed this on Janurary 8th which was a beautiful day, and made for pleasent "climbing" and an awesome rappel. This landform has probably the most thrilling rappel I have ever been on. However, the main purpose of my post is say that we built a cairn and added a modest summit register. It is at the very highest point of the rock(which requires more scrambling after the last pitch) in a bottle. We had a fun relaxing time on this as a rest day climb after a nerve racking, ... more >>

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