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Rock Climbing Photo: A deer got caught up in the fixed lines on the app...
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By Brad G
From: 1994 Honda Civic
Mar 21, 2008
That's totally bizarre
By Dirty Gri Gri, or is it GiGi?
From: Vegas
Mar 21, 2008
Wow, thanks for sharing.
By Karsten Duncan
From: Sacramento, CA
Mar 24, 2008
I think this may have been a "staged" scene by previous climbers looking for a laugh. Judging from the decompostion of the carcass I would say that it is too decomposed to have been sitting there since I was last up on the slabs when there was no deer there.
By AWinters
From: NH
Mar 29, 2008
Yeah, I can't imagine a deer going anywhere near those slabs, big horn sheep maybe... but a deer??
By Crisco Jackass
From: Grand Junction, CO
Jul 3, 2008
"Holy Jesus. What are these goddamn animals?"
From: broomdigiddy
Sep 19, 2008
This was there in november of last year.
Didnt look like a hoax to me. We tried to actually cut him out. I am not sure what date this photo is from. from the looks of it, it was before we went up there. We cut the ratty old fixed line on the slab below and replaced it with a fresh static line. None of us wanted to put our hands on it. one of the legs was wrapped super tight as if the animal struggled so hard it cut into him or somthing.
I think it was big horn sheep or mt goat. Which I have seen up there. For sure not a deer up that slab.
By J. Thompson
From: denver, co
Oct 5, 2008
I've never even seen deer anywhere in Red rock....has anyone?
By Dirty Gri Gri, or is it GiGi?
From: Vegas
Oct 5, 2008
I've seen Mule Deer at times in RRC, but not too often.
By Seth Jones
From: New Lenox, IL
Mar 2, 2016
Crisco Jackass Quote: "Holy Jesus. What are these goddamn animals?"

"No point mentioning the bats, I thought. The poor bastard would see them soon enough."
By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Mar 2, 2016
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A deer got caught up in the fixed lines on the approach slabs. When we were Batmaning up, this carcass was supporting our weight. If the bones had snapped, we would have shockloaded the anchor...

Submitted By: Victor Lawson on Mar 21, 2008
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The Original Route (5.12- 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a )
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