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Member Since: Aug 30, 2004
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Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : Redgarden Wall : Redgarden - S Buttress : The Flakes (5.9)
By: Carissa Aoki When: Sep 6, 2005

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Comments: Started up this route yesterday (9/5), and needed to retreat from the pin due to rain. There was an old-ish orange (or formerly orange) sling attached to it, from which we rapped. Just wanted to note that the sling is probably significantly weakened now...we didn't realize that rope and sling were both wetter than we thought, so pulling was quite strenuous. (It would have been smarter of us to use a leaver biner.) I won't have time to get back on it in the near future to replace the sling, s... more >>

Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Mountain : Mickey Mouse Wall
By: Carissa Aoki When: Aug 30, 2004

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Comments: Yes, poison ivy is rampant as of this past weekend. Also, just a note about the trains. The freight trains are okay, because they honk their horns a lot, are pretty noisy, and don't go very fast. The Amtrak trains, on the other hand, don't honk at all, are seemingly silent, and go very fast! We did the approach via the 4 tunnels from Plainview Road. It was easy to avoid the freight trains, but we practically got run over by an Amtrak that we didn't hear coming until it was practically on to... more >>

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