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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3

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Location: Utah : Wasatch Range : Mount Olympus : South Summit : Geurt's Ridge (5.5)
By: MHanson When: Sep 30, 2006

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Comments: Does anyone know if you can bail off either side of the ridge?

Location: Utah : Wasatch Range : Big Cottonwood Canyon : Storm Mountain Picnic Area : Reservoir Ridge : Errors of Our Ways (5.6)
By: MHanson When: Sep 30, 2006

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Comments: Great route, one of my first lead climbs and a great beginner climb especially if you use a little pro. As I recall, I used was a red bd and a yellow metolious.

Location: Utah : Wasatch Range : Big Cottonwood Canyon : Storm Mountain Picnic Area : Reservoir Ridge : Reservoir Ridge (5.4)
By: MHanson When: Jul 29, 2006

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Comments: If you want to cut the last pitch short the rap anchors for the last sport climb to the right will get you down easily.

Location: Utah : Wasatch Range : Big Cottonwood Canyon : Salt Lake Slips
By: MHanson When: Jul 19, 2006

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Comments: Why does everyone want a bridge? The walk-in is about half a mile long and probably takes 15 extra minutes max. If a bridge was built it would take money that could be used elsewhere and detract from the aesthetics of the area. I know that sport climbing is all about the moves of a climb so a "long" approach detracts from the nature of the climbs but take a minute to think how a bridge would really affect the slips. A bridge will allow a new group of people into the slips. People who want to go ... more >>

Location: Utah : Wasatch Range : Big Cottonwood Canyon : Gully of Higher Education A... : Lower Education Ridge : McKinley's Crack (5.6)
By: MHanson When: Jul 6, 2006

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Comments: I thought that the pro was a little tricky but the climb was so easy it doesn't make much of a difference. Also it is topropeable if you walk up around the left.

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Lost: Camera on the descent from Mt. Wilson, NvLost and FoundMHansonMar 31, 2012
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Topropeable IceNorthern Utah & IdahoMHansonJan 2, 2010
re: Fear of Heights and Climbing...General ClimbingMHansonDec 17, 2009
re: When do you retire a belay carabiner?Climbing Gear DiscussionMHansonDec 2, 2009
re: Preparation For WFR CourseGeneral ClimbingMHansonOct 7, 2009
re: New application for creating route guides.General ClimbingMHansonAug 15, 2009
Raptor closures in the cityNorthern Utah & IdahoMHansonJun 6, 2009
re: LCC Crack Boulder Problems!Northern Utah & IdahoMHansonMay 14, 2009
Light weight rope system?Climbing Gear DiscussionMHansonApr 29, 2009
re: the Wasatch Range Climbs By Rating spreadsheetNorthern Utah & IdahoMHansonApr 2, 2009
re: Gear Sling?Climbing Gear DiscussionMHansonMar 31, 2009
Making a climbing packClimbing Gear DiscussionMHansonMar 31, 2009
re: Reservoir Ridge East FaceNorthern Utah & IdahoMHansonOct 15, 2007
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