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Location: Wyoming : Lander Area : Sinks Canyon : Happy Wheel Wall : Pet Arete (5.10d)
By: peicker When: Nov 26, 2016

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Comments: Holy sh!t if you haven't climbed Pet Arete you haven't lived. For real. I mean, I'm not really one to spray about climbs, but this thing is pure bliss from start to finish. It might have the best pockets in Sinks. Get on it ASAP.

Location: Wyoming : Devil's Tower : West Face : Deli Express (5.11d)
By: peicker When: Jul 4, 2016

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Comments: Climbed this route yesterday with Ben (who posted photo above). Pitch one was fun and had a delicate, balancey move getting to the anchor. Pitch two had amazing finger locks. I found it to be really sustained. Pitch three was overall far less sustained, but with a difficult, punchy little crux coming not far off the anchor.

Gear is great everywhere you want it. Overall a pretty spectacular climb.

Location: Wyoming : Devil's Tower : South and East Faces : Walt Bailey (5.9)
By: peicker When: Sep 16, 2014

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Comments: This might be the best 5.9 I have ever been on.

Location: Utah : Zion National Park : Mt. Moroni : Crack in the Cosmic Egg (5.10 C2+)
By: peicker When: Mar 19, 2013

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Comments: A heads up to all who climb this route: There is a pretty sizable (3.5ft x 1ft x 3in) oblong boulder sitting on the ledge on top of pitch three. I almost dislodged it. It would be really bad to send that thing down on those below you. Also, we pulled a rock off about the size of a coffee can today while rappelling the route.

The route itself was great! Only got through pitch 7 on the original route due to weather concerns, but overall the climbing was sustained and a lot of fun.

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