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Dave Brower

cs co
60 years old · Male

Member Since
Oct 19, 2002
Last Visit: Apr 18, 2014
20 Points
Point Rank: #21,428 Details

Likes Trad, Tr
Leads Follows
Trad 5.7 5.9
Sport 5.7 5.9
Boulders V0
Other Interests
goat farming
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Area old fart
On Injured reserve...on the road back to recovery!


Comments View All 4

Mar 29, 2008
I did it in '86..I took the ride of my life falling off the crux of that thing on the first attempt, and ma… View Comment
Oct 19, 2002
Do the roof ! it's wild pumping 5.10 "jugs" A classic finish to this great route ! View Comment
Oct 19, 2002
The really good bouldering is just up the hill a bit to the west (above and between)spy rock and the indulg… View Comment
Oct 19, 2002
The local wingnut with the gun (Bill Schuller) sold the place to Pinnaclecommunications Inc. I work up the… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 53

Regional > Colorado
Reply: Castlewood?
Apr 16, 2014 In the many years I've climbed there I had 3 rattlesnake encounters, they can be anywhere, but usually off the beaten path on less popular crags. I thought ticks and bees were… View Message
Regional > Colorado
Reply: Does Pueblo really have no climbers represented here?
Aug 16, 2008 There are a few I know about. I've run into John and a few others down in the little owl (often in the evening when it cools off) However I've never heard of a real coh… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Black Diamond Reps
Jul 20, 2008 er, sorry...Tell that Joseph Smith guy I was kidding (Just in case) View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Black Diamond Reps
Jul 20, 2008 Let us sPray- Lord almighty in the heavans above, please smite the heathen Mormons and BD reps for they are wicked. Smite them with all your divine power until the vally… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: History of Sport Climbing?
Jun 30, 2008 Brovo Tom ! Good post, however remember that here in Colorado, Utah, New mexico, and Wyoming the dynamics of the issue are somewhat different in the fact that there i… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: History of Sport Climbing?
Jun 29, 2008 It may be interesting to see what happens with the recent stratospheric gas price hikes (with no end in sight) and the inevitable meltdown of the economy looming ahead… View Message

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