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Mark Regier

Salt Lake City, UT
43 years old · Male

Member Since
Mar 28, 2006
Last Visit: 8 hours ago
40 Points
Point Rank: #14,544 Details

Mark is in the Partner Finder
Best Times to Meet: Anytime: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and yes, I have a job (even though it appears differently...)
Likes Trad, Sport
Leads Follows
Trad 5.10b 5.11d
Sport 5.11b 5.11d
Aid C2 C3
Ice WI4 WI5
Mixed M2 M4
Boulders V4
Favorite Climbs
All the ones I've done with fun partners!
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Comments View All 4

Aug 1, 2019
The descent gully was loose and tedious to get down. Mostly scree surfing, but some genuine downclimbing an… View Comment
Aug 1, 2019
After doing this route, I just want to add that we used a 70m rope, and climbed 9 pitches that were at leas… View Comment
Aug 31, 2012
Photo by Eric Dacus (taken while on lead also!) View Comment
Nov 27, 2006
As of 11/26/06, there is a drilled angle missing from the first pitch of touchstone. Pretty close to the g… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 39

General > Ice Climbing
Reply: Ice tool hanging
Mar 18, 2021 Yeah, Tim. Just wood screws. Paracord seems fine, and I weigh 174. Keeps me in true “don’t wiggle the tool too much” mode while training.  View Message
General > Ice Climbing
Reply: Ice tool hanging
Mar 17, 2021 View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Modifying Ice Axes for Kids (Tools for Slabby to V…
Jan 22, 2021 Went out to climb a bit and took the modified monsters, and yeah, Gunkiemike was right. Geometry is weird— picks need to be shortened.  View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Modifying Ice Axes for Kids (Tools for Slabby to V…
Jan 20, 2021 Ok, took me a while, but these are ready for the field testing phase! For those interested, I added a thin piece of wood to thicken the handle and insulate it a bit. Used two-p… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Modifying Ice Axes for Kids (Tools for Slabby to V…
Jan 10, 2021 Phase 1 complete View Message
Regional > Northern Utah & Idaho
Reply: Big Cottonwood Canyon
Mar 7, 2020 True story. Ropes and/ or cables across creek attract thrill-seeking folks who aren’t always aware of the consequences of falling off. There have been some tragic, uninte… View Message