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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Approach Trails = 4
Page Improvements = 3

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Location: Utah > Zion National Park > Kolob Canyon > North Fork of Taylor > Tucupit occidentalis (5.10+)
By: Levi Call When: Jun 9, 2017

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Comments: The Red Morph variation is exposed for the leader and requires a good head for runout. The I don't know if the #6 was necessary for the 5.10 pitch but it was useful and appreciated. The last placement of the 11d pitch was a .5 in a horizontal crack in the arete then you're in for some airy and probably chalkless slab which is balancy but relatively easy until the anchors. Leave the nuts behind and bring from purple c3 up. The 11d pitch would be considered 12- in some places and it was an... more >>

Location: Utah > Zion National Park > Moonlight Buttress > The Moonlight Buttress (Cle... (5.8 C1)
By: Levi Call When: May 7, 2017

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Comments: A route of this grade, quality, and sustained difficulty is unique and highly valued by free climbers. There are other options for aid routes in Zion which are not freeable or are far less classic and offer equal opportunity for epic views and a quality venue. Please consider the long term affects aid climbing has before doing Moonlight. If your experience still tells you that aiding this route is sustainable to the rock please be considerate to those who are dedicated enough to the sport to be ... more >>

Location: Asia > Thailand > Northwest - Around Chiang M... > Crazy Horse > Windy Cave
By: Levi Call When: Feb 18, 2015

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Comments: There are two climbs in the windy cave now. The 7a-ish climb that I did but don't know the name of is directly across the cave from where you come in. It trends left as it goes through overhanging terrain and it has a second pitch which I know nothing about. Great climb, I hope somebody else can provide more information on it and add it to Mtn project.

Location: Asia > Thailand
By: Levi Call When: Feb 18, 2015

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Comments: If you are traveling to SE asia it might be a good idea to buy one of these water filters before coming. I have had to buy zero water bottles while here, saving money and trash from being produced. Walk around Tonsai one time and you will see why you should bring a filter. I chose this one because it is easy to use and compact.

Location: Asia > Thailand > Northwest - Around Chiang M...
By: Levi Call When: Feb 18, 2015

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Comments: 18°46'57.0"N 99°14'24.8"E
If you are riding there yourself these are the coordinates to the parking lot. The CMRCA bus leaves around 9 daily so you can also follow them. The cost to rent a scooter, pay for gas, and bring your own water can be slightly cheaper than riding the bus where all those things provided for you, but will be more adventurous. If you plan to stay for a few days, there are good places to stay just down the road from the crag.

Location: Utah > Zion National Park > Mt. Moroni > Voice from the Dust (5.11)
By: Levi Call When: Dec 29, 2014

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Comments: Rap Beta for those with two 60's:
1st rap (from the bottom of the scramble that goes to the summit) you only need a single rope.
2nd rap takes two ropes and gets you to the small ledge. Rap from the tree you belayed off.
3rd rap requires two ropes again and will get you to the sanctuary ledge.
4th rap requires only one rope and puts you on top of pitch 3.
5th rap requires two ropes and will get your feet on the ground with rope stretch.

Location: Europe > Spain > Aragon > Rodellar > Mascun > ... > El Delfin (5.13a)
By: Levi Call When: Dec 13, 2014

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Comments: I spent a lot of time on this route. It has a good double-heel hook rest about one third of the way through. I fell on the last move many times and finally gave up. The rock is solid and it feels like a gym route. The feet are tricky towards the top and the transfer onto the fin can be challenging/painful

Location: Utah > Saint George > Snow Canyon State Park > Island In The Sky > Aftershock Wall > Living On The Edge (5.10c)
By: Levi Call When: Mar 7, 2014

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Comments: You CAN rappel to the ground from the top of the arch with one 60 meter rope. I simul climbed the first 3 pitches in about 25 minutes with one sixty meter rope. Keeping about 40 feet of rope between myself the leader spaced us out well so we didn't hit the cruxes at the same time. We had a bit of a scare on the way down because it was almost completely dark and we were not sure if we could rap all of the way to the ground from the top of the arch. This is an awesome climb if you don't min... more >>

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