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Member Since: Jun 22, 2004
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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Location: CO : New Big Wall Route in Patag...
By: Chris Klinga When: Jan 27, 2008

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Comments: Dave you are one hell of a bad ass. Nice work.


Location: CO : Alpine Rock : RMNP - Rock : Long's Peak : The Diamond : Casual Route (5.10a)
By: Chris Klinga When: Sep 19, 2005

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Comments: Summited on the Casual Route Saturday night September 17th 2005, it was an epic adventure of cold hands and feet. It had snowed the prior Thursday and the North Chimney was the start to our slow going. We quickly learned how to climb with frozen shoes and wet hands. The entire route had snow on ledges and ice in some cracks. The end of the third pitch, the 8+ dihedral was the crux of the climbing due to a slab that had to be traversed to the belay. I took a 20 footer here after slipping wit... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : Rincon : Rincon - Center Route & R : Point Break (5.11a)
By: Chris Klinga When: Mar 7, 2005

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Comments: This is one of my favorite eldo climbs. It combines the classic heady eldo 10d pitch, and an airy sporty last pitch. It is a must do underated climb in eldo. The 10d pitch took a bomber #3 camalot right after you get all sketched out pulling on loose block. Also a yellow alien size is crucial in the 10d pitch. If you are going to go to the intermediate belay before the 11a pitch I think there is a posible block to sling, also a 3.5/4 camalot would be useful at this belay.


Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : Redgarden Wall : Redgarden - Tower Two : Bolting for Glory (5.10a)
By: Chris Klinga When: Jun 22, 2004

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Comments: This was a great route, it got me thinking more than most 10a's. Maybe thats just me though. The edges felt slick and not very secure but the moves are all at the 10a level, just intimidating. As for a crux I thought it wasn't definitivly at the 3rd bolt but throughout because of the lack of security in the footholds. Also, beware the first bolt hanger is loose and spinning.