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Tepid Hummus, Hallucinogen Wall
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wind powered locomotion
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Dec 5, 2017
For reference, the dirt bike trail mentioned here is the South Red Rocks trail. It's important to know tha… View Comment
Feb 8, 2017
I echo Chad's comment above. I went to UD back in the mid 90's and have the fondest memories of bl… View Comment
Jul 1, 2016
Yep. They were childhood pals with Phil McRevous. View Comment
Oct 14, 2015
Preston, thanks for the input, I'll check that anchor. Just climbed it last week and didn't notice.... View Comment
Sep 14, 2015
Thanks for contributing this info, Furthermore. This little cliff line is good ol' Cretaceous era Dakota Sa… View Comment
Feb 6, 2014
Wild. Geology in action! Did anyone surf that flake to the ground? Nice work snagging the FA. Gotta be… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 66

Regional > Nevada
Reply: Anyone driving from St George to Las Vegas area/Re…
Jan 10, 2019 We just rode from St George south on dirt to Riverside then Mead back highway through Vegas, then on to Death Valley.  Great scenery.  Ride was casual with 30HP. &nbs… View Message
Regional > International
Reply: Heading to Chopicalqui. Anyone want to share some…
Jun 27, 2018 I'm sure you'll get plenty of responses but here was my experience (from 2008, maybe totally irrelevant now).  My only real constructive criticism of your plan is lack of… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: What is your favorite Non-Climbing book?
May 2, 2018 Yep, that's the one.  The greatest adventure that will ever be. View Message
General > Big Wall and Aid Climbing
Reply: Homemade haul bag
Apr 30, 2018 What route will you be queuing up for Joe?  I might try to hang out at the base with a fishing net and try to catch those falling King Cobras when tragedy strikes.  I… View Message
Regional > International
Reply: Climbing Cotopaxi and then Machu Picchu
Mar 27, 2018 I lived in Ecuador for 2 years a long time ago.  It has a special place in my heart.  I'm sure it's changed a lot but there are as many amazing adventures as you're w… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: GPS or other emergency becon?
Feb 15, 2018 I have a Garmin InReach and like it.  The non-emergency sat texting has come in handy on several occasions.  I leave it in my camelbak and know that I can head out bi… View Message