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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1

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Location: CO : Estes Park Valley : Lumpy Ridge
By: bap When: Mar 25, 2014

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Comments: Thinking of heading to Sundance this weekend. Has anyone been up there recently? If so, how are the conditions? Thanks for the beta!

Location: CO : Alpine Rock : The Crestones : Kit Carson / The Prow (5.8 R)
By: bap When: Sep 9, 2013

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Comments: Was considering doing this climb if the weather continues to hold, but I had a couple of questions:
1. Can someone provide a little more information on the descent?
2. Would you recommend boots or shoes for the descent? I usually do routes that you can rap off of (the Petit Grepon).

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Big Cottonwood Canyon : Mule Hollow Wall : The Sands of Time (5.10a)
By: bap When: May 26, 2013

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Comments: The rating of this climb is confusing as Ravages of Time has the same rating and this climb is much more difficult not to mention much more dangerous. I would give this a rating of an 11 as mentioned above.

Location: CO : Denver South : Centennial Central Park
By: bap When: Jun 9, 2012

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Comments: For in the city climbing, I think that the City of Centennial went over the top on this park, including the climbing walls. How many other cities have a park even similar to this, much less even think about taking on the liability of climbing walls? There are a total of three walls, one which is an actual representation of a topographical map of Colorado, the other climbs the side of a structure that actually appears to be supporting the second level and the third that acts as a retaining wall... more >>

Location: CO : Estes Park Valley : Big Thompson Canyon : The Monastery
By: bap When: Mar 29, 2012

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Comments: I was thinking about heading up here this weekend. Does anyone have any information on the current condition of the trail or around the crags (snow, mud, etc...)?

Thank you.

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