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Rock Climbing Photo: Not all fixed gear in the Fishers is to be trusted...
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By Ben Kiessel
Nov 17, 2007
But Brad where are the popping bolts, scary falls and the ripping screamers on the ASCA "big fatties"? . . .


maybe that's the point.
By mikewhite
Nov 18, 2007
More work needs to be done for sure.
Would you like to help out on the next project.

Less talk more work

mike white
By Brad Brandewie
Nov 18, 2007
I hear ya Ben. You looked psyched after that 20 footer on the last pitch of Fantasia!

Mike, I am into helping if I am out there when it's happening. I live in Durango and have a 5 month old son now so my time is somewhat limited. We do try to help when we can though. For instance the tat in the picture below was all collected from Arches last year by Ben and myself. I meant to add it to the pictures Sam posted a while back but was too busy.
By RalphE
From: Boulder, CO
Feb 27, 2009
Eh, all part of the good fun. Just tie it off short with a screamer.
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Not all fixed gear in the Fishers is to be trusted!

We found this 40 year old relic at top of the 7th pitch on the Oracle.

This bolt (and many like it) was placed by the FA team of Harvey Carter and Steve Kentz and is only 1" or 1.5" long. Makes you appreciate the big fatties that the ASCA has installed on some of the trade routes eh?

Submitted By: Brad Brandewie on Nov 17, 2007
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