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Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Northeastern Crags : Photo
By: Aaron R When: Apr 13, 2014

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Comments: Nice work. Looks great!


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : On Green Dolphin Street (5.9 A0) : Photo
By: Aaron R When: Oct 13, 2013

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Comments: I think this line will prove to be a very good free route. Will the arete go??


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Northeastern Crags : Mountain Minor (5.10b/c PG13)
By: Aaron R When: Oct 9, 2013

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Comments: Looks great, is this the first route out there with no bolts (besides anchors)? By the time I get back to the Northeast this place will be a regular craggin' destination! Keep up the good work.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Little Cottonwood Canyon : Commitment Buttress : To Legit To Commit (5.8)
By: Aaron R When: Sep 22, 2013

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Comments: With a 70m you come up about 30ft shy of lowering. Instead, rap down and right (West) to a set of anchors that take you to the ground. These anchors are also the anchors for the two slab routes. 60m or 70m should be fine.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Wasatch Alpine Areas : Mt. Ogden : The Gray Slabs (5.9)
By: Aaron R When: Jul 7, 2013

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Comments: This route has some decent slab pitches broken up by scrambling/4th class in between. The approach was straight forward and getting down was no problem.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Little Cottonwood Canyon : Commitment Buttress : Commitment (5.6)
By: Aaron R When: Jun 21, 2013

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Comments: To who ever put in the mixed bolt/gear line above the commitment ledge, thanks. This was a nice finish to the top of the buttress. Thanks for the rap anchors as well.


Location: UT : San Rafael Swell : San Rafael Swell - South : Eastern Reef Area.. AKA The... : S Crags : ... : Photo
By: Aaron R When: Dec 6, 2012

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Comments: Where are the guitars?


Location: UT : San Rafael Swell : San Rafael Swell - North : San Rafael Canyon - AKA Lit... : Trilobite Tower : Original Route (5.9 C1)
By: Aaron R When: Oct 11, 2012

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Comments: Congratulations on your climb. I've been to the base of this in the past and wondered how the top would go? Lots of hand drilling it looks like. Did you do the flake a couple meters to the right of the tower?


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Little Cottonwood Canyon : Green Adjective Gully : This Is Almost the Place (5.11d) : Photo
By: Aaron R When: Sep 15, 2012

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Comments: Jbone getting deep in This Is Almost The Place. Photo by Tom Hore.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : Meadow Brook Slabs : Kindred Spirits (5.10c)
By: Aaron R When: Sep 11, 2012

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Comments: Did you happen to look at Regurgitation when you were out there? I remembered thinking a strong climber might be able to do a direct start into the dihedral instead of traversing in from the left.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : Jug Monkey (A1-2)
By: Aaron R When: Sep 8, 2012

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Comments: I want to say "Jug Monkey" is to the right of Endurance left of "Alien". I think I remember Steve D. saying the crack size was blades to LAs. I just talk to a friend who did the Aliens FA and he remembered the 2nd pitch as a little funky off the belay to then a nice quality hand crack to the trees. He was pulling logs/branches out on the FA. With your description I think you have identified "Jug Monkey."


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : Green Eggs and Cams (5.9- A1)
By: Aaron R When: Aug 28, 2012

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Comments: Is the roof donger? I seem to remember that spooking us, just curious.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : On Green Dolphin Street (5.9 A0)
By: Aaron R When: Aug 10, 2012

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Comments: FF did take some "shallow corners" but the main feature I remember was a shorter vertical #1 camelot crack to the trees. When we came down I remember rapping over a hard to spot KB crack/seam that sparked interest. As far as further left I remember lots of rock but not as many features.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : On Green Dolphin Street (5.9 A0)
By: Aaron R When: Aug 10, 2012

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Comments: Does the arÍte to the left have any features on it? I remember thinking about that as a potential line. Also, the slab further left has a blade type seam splitting it, pretty thin if I remember?


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : 357 aka Angel (free version... (5.13)
By: Aaron R When: Aug 4, 2012

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Comments: Hard to believe you can't find a partner, there is a lot of untouched granite out there. Have fun on your adventures!


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : 357 aka Angel (free version... (5.13)
By: Aaron R When: Aug 1, 2012

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Comments: Anyone bag this thing yet? Pics?


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : The Endurance (5.11 C2- PG13)
By: Aaron R When: Aug 1, 2012

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Comments: I don't remember the roof being that high off the ground (110 ft) but it was a while ago. I do remember some crack systems after the roof on lower angle terrain that looked like they would need some gardening. The roof crack was 4 camalotish at the end and a little flared. I'd love to see some pics of you guys sending!


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Northeastern Crags : Photo
By: Aaron R When: Oct 1, 2011

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Comments: I remember this arete from a late 90s recon. I'm surprised no one has scrubbed and equipped this? Maybe with all these photos M Sprague has posted someone will take the bait.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove
By: Aaron R When: May 10, 2010

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Comments: We used to go in from the Kanc somewhere between the Kancamagus overlook and Sabbaday Falls heading North and East. There was an immediate stream crossing that was easy then you basically linked clear cuts until below the West Slabs. Seemed like we had it pretty wired. I have an email in to Steve Dupuis for more exact details.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Main Wall
By: Aaron R When: May 10, 2010

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Comments: At one point we went into Green's from Livermore Rd./Sawyer trail I think(the top and back side) and walked the Northeast side of the cliff. We could have been on sub cliffs but there were some nice looking bolted lines established as well as some nice aretes and crack that had mega potential.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : Green Eggs and Cams (5.9- A1)
By: Aaron R When: May 10, 2010

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Comments: Yup.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove
By: Aaron R When: May 10, 2010

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Comments: Steve Dupuis did some lines with John Sykes out here but I don't have info on them.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : 357 aka Angel (free version... (5.13)
By: Aaron R When: May 10, 2010

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Comments: Any picture of the route I listed as The Endurance? I think that would be a good candidate for freeing.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : Green Eggs and Cams (5.9- A1)
By: Aaron R When: May 10, 2010

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Comments: yeah I'm pretty sure that is it, the bottom looks more familiar now.


Location: NH : Greens Cliff : The Western Wing & Alcove : Green Eggs and Cams (5.9- A1)
By: Aaron R When: May 10, 2010

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Comments: Not as sure on that one...I think maybe? Is the route up hill a bit in the alcove? Is the tree in the pic obscuring the flake/roof on top? Don't remember much else in that area so it could be it.


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