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Rock Climbing Photo: Glue-in on the Korean Route.
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By Tristan B
From: La Crescenta, CA
Jun 12, 2014
What a sloppy paint job.
By Tristan B
From: La Crescenta, CA
Jun 12, 2014
I've never placed a glue in before so I don't know how they should sit. I camo all my bolts before I put them in. Also use a little paint pen to touch them up if I only paint the hangers and need to camo the nuts/bolt head. And spray paint really pisses me off, I've done a ton of graffiti removal in the angeles national forest. Luckily only climbers will see this so it shouldn't hurt our access.
By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Jun 12, 2014
Beyond the obviously poor job controlling the overspray I'd say their intentions were good. If you're concerned about access perhaps you could investigate those numerous unsightly red primer/paint blotches in the Cave, the removal of one of the orange USFS no parking signs nearest the gate, the open campfires in The Canyon and the Cave, or the off-road motorcyclists that continue to violate the no motorcycle signs and barriers around Texas Canyon. Those issues will affect access!

Rock Climbing Photo: More red paint?
More red paint?


Rock Climbing Photo: Could this cause access issues?
Could this cause access issues?



Rock Climbing Photo: Motorcycle tracks near the Lower East Side.
Motorcycle tracks near the Lower East Side.





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Rock Climbing Photo: Campfire induced exfoliation in The Canyon.
Campfire induced exfoliation in The Canyon.
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Glue-in on the Korean Route.

Submitted By: Benjamin Chapman on Jun 12, 2014
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The Korean Route (5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a )
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