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Location: Colorado > Boulder > Flatirons > Central > Der Zerkle > Knot Carrot (5.11a)
By: Said Parirokh When: May 2, 2010

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Comments: The flake housing the right hand crimp of the crux (between 1st and 2nd bolt) came off today. It still goes with little change in difficulty of the maneuver.


Location: Colorado > San Luis Valley > Penitente Canyon > Penitente - Entrance Area > Whipping Post (5.11a) > Photo
By: Said Parirokh When: Feb 17, 2010

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Comments: Haha, Dean. Great description.


Location: Wyoming > Vedauwoo > The Acres > Building Blocks (V6-)
By: Said Parirokh When: Sep 23, 2009

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Comments: I guess I was misinformed, laziness was not my objective....Admin, delete this route, I don't know enough about Vedauwoo to do the Acres area justice. Eldofiend seems to be knowledgeable.


Location: Colorado > Morrison/Evergreen > Alderfer/Three Sisters Park > Gilligan's Island > Smoke Signals (V1 R)
By: Said Parirokh When: Aug 10, 2009

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Comments: There is definitely lots of grass growing out of the top jugs in the crack sytem. Take a look at the top out before you climb this guy.


Location: Colorado > Morrison/Evergreen > Alderfer/Three Sisters Park > Pirate's Cove > Long Blade Sit (V8-)
By: Said Parirokh When: Jul 31, 2009

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Comments: Previous FAs? Luke, Jim, or Scott?


Location: Colorado > Boulder > Flatirons > North > Satellite Boulders > ... > 101 Conquistadors (V6)
By: Said Parirokh When: Jul 24, 2009

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Comments: There is also a nice sloper for your L hand which allows you to huck with your right to the jug avoiding the crossover. Still feels like a 5+/6-


Location: Colorado > Morrison/Evergreen > Alderfer/Three Sisters Park > Tortuga > Widower Wall > They All Fall Down (V5)
By: Said Parirokh When: Jul 18, 2009

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Comments: There is a bird's nest on one of the first few jugs of this problem. Today (7/18/09) I saw baby chicks in the nest. Hopefully they eventually vacate so we can use this hold again.


Location: Colorado > Morrison/Evergreen > Alderfer/Three Sisters Park > Gilligan's Island > Lagoon (V4) > Photo
By: Said Parirokh When: Jun 25, 2009

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Comments: It took us a few burns to find the secret beta to get out to the lip. Its a good one despite its short stature.


Location: Colorado > Morrison/Evergreen > Alderfer/Three Sisters Park > The Eggs > In Between Egg/Upper Eggs > Ground Separation (V4-5 PG13)
By: Said Parirokh When: Jun 11, 2009

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Comments: Hey Luke,

I'm not sure we're talking about the same line. We started on the jugs. moved right to a good sidepull, then left to a crimp, shuffled the feet up, and gastoned the sharp crimp. We then crossed over to the undercling, and followed that seam right on really good holds to the top and mantled from there. You can see the cross over move in the display picture with dean, and you can see mike working up the seam on good holds. After talking with my friend who sent it, we agree on around v4/... more >>


Location: Colorado > Morrison/Evergreen > Alderfer/Three Sisters Park > The Eggs > In Between Egg/Upper Eggs > Ground Separation (V4-5 PG13)
By: Said Parirokh When: Jun 7, 2009

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Comments: FA and name info on this guy is needed. There is also a nice v0 - v1 on the arete to the left of this problem.


Location: Colorado > Morrison/Evergreen > Morrison Boulders > The Dark Side > Squirming Coil Area > Double Arete (V5-)
By: Said Parirokh When: Jun 1, 2009

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Comments: I also felt it was very soft for a V6. Felt much closer to the V4+ to V5- range. My climbing partner felt it was much harder as his wingspan barely reaches both aretes. It could be a height dependent problem, I am 5'8" with a +3 ape index.


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re: SuescaInternationalSaid ParirokhDec 8, 2014
re: climb partner in Colombia- november and december 2014InternationalSaid ParirokhDec 2, 2014
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re: Cancelled trip inaccurate Climbingweather.com forecastSouthern CaliforniaSaid ParirokhMay 6, 2014
re: The Flatirons post-floodColoradoSaid ParirokhOct 15, 2013
re: A Dynamic LifeGeneral ClimbingSaid ParirokhAug 19, 2013
re: RMNP ConditionsColoradoSaid ParirokhJun 10, 2013
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