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Member Since: Jan 23, 2006
Last Visit: Dec 15, 2013
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Approach Trails = 4
Page Improvements = 3

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All 135 | Routes 23 | Areas 13 | Approach Trails | Photos 16 | Page Improvements | Comments 6 | Posts 5 | Stars 64 | Ratings 8

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Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Red Rock > White Rock Spring > Angel Food Wall > Sandy Hole (5.6)
By: Lizzy Trower When: Dec 2, 2013

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Comments: We recently climbed this route, having arrived at the base of the Angel Food Wall to find 3-4 parties on all the other routes. We read the minimal beta in the guidebook and set off for a "quick" climb so we could do one of the other routes.

It did not end up being quick, but it was a definitely a classic Red Rocks adventure. You will know you are on the right route when you head up the sandy hole in the dark chimney. We did not find there to be that much poop, although it had just stormed rece... more >>

Location: Utah > Moab Area > Indian Creek > Sacred Cow Wall > Sacred Cow (5.12c)
By: Lizzy Trower When: Mar 27, 2011

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Comments: I was not psyched with the fit of .75 Camalots, I would have been much happier with more black metolius or #2 Friends for the upper headwall.

Location: North America > Canada > British Columbia > Squamish > The Smoke Bluffs > ... > Yorkshire Gripper (5.11b)
By: Lizzy Trower When: Aug 7, 2009

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Comments: I actually thought the crux was the very last bit, getting up to the top ledge. Maybe it was just more mental, but I thought it was harder and more committing than the "crux" in the middle of the route.

Location: Oregon > Central Oregon > Smith Rock > (k) The Dihedrals > Sunshine Dihedral (5.12a)
By: Lizzy Trower When: Aug 6, 2009

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Comments: I absolutely recommend this route for any other ladies out there with small fingers who are comfortable with small gear. This was a great technical route! Also didn't find it to be PG13 or R. Just bring the small cams (aliens, C3s were good) and the RPs.

Location: California > Los Angeles Basin > Santa Monica Mountains > Echo Cliffs
By: Lizzy Trower When: Sep 26, 2007

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Comments: You can also reach the trailhead by driving west/north on the PCH from Santa Monica and turning right on Yerba Buena road (at Neptune's Net restaurant) and following that up to the trailhead.

Location: California > Joshua Tree National Park > Echo Rock Area > Echo Rock > Echo Rock - South Face > Pope's Crack (5.9)
By: Lizzy Trower When: Jan 27, 2006

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Comments: Climbed this route for the first time recently. I thought it was great! The moves were all interesting and it protected very well. It was definitely 5.9, especially by J-Tree standards and compared to the 10b's I have lead in J-Tree. The traverse is also not that bad if you've lead some of J-Trees sportier "bolted" routes. Its really not that far...

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