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Magic Ed


Member Since: May 14, 2006
Last Visit: 21 hours ago
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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Page Improvements = 3
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Location: WI : Necedah (Petenwell Bluff)
By: Ed Wright When: May 14, 2006

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Comments: Don't know if it has a name but I remember that being 5.8.


Location: WI : High Cliff State Park
By: Ed Wright When: May 14, 2006

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Comments: A couple buddies and I climbed here in 1984 and '85--we climbed over 80 routes all from the ground up with no previous inspection or cleaning. We also did a handful of routes on top-rope. We did find a few old pitons here and there. It's a great little area and has nice camping and a nice beach frequented by babes from Appleton and Oshkosh.


Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : Redgarden Wall : Redgarden - Tower Two : Rosy Crucifixion (5.10a PG13)
By: Ed Wright When: May 14, 2006

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Comments: A little more historical perspective--I was along on the FFA and have photos of Jim leading the traverse which I'll try to post soon. Unfortunately I ran out of film and don't have any shots of the upper pitches. It was definitely more exciting without the bolts!


Location: WI : Buildering Sites : UW Whitewater Phy Ed Buildi...
By: Ed Wright When: May 14, 2006

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Comments: I'm the original poster who claimed this to be the best buildering on the planet. Unfortunately, after visiting for the first time in ten years I have to say that it can no longer hold up to that claim because all the new construction around the building has eliminated 80% of the climbing. What is left is still very good but it's only a fraction of what was there before.


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: Rope soloing questionClimbing Gear DiscussionEd Wright4 days ago
re: Puerto Chico in December, looking for info!InternationalEd WrightAug 21, 2014
re: Eldo bolt replacement: Rosy Crucifixion, Predator, Wild KingdomColoradoEd WrightJul 27, 2014
R.I.P. Homero GutierrezGeneral ClimbingEd WrightJul 21, 2014
re: Backup for jugging a static lineBig Wall and Aid ClimbingEd WrightJul 9, 2014
New 8 pitch route in the Potrero Chico...General ClimbingEd WrightJun 17, 2014
How is climbing like boxing?General ClimbingEd WrightJun 17, 2014
re: Devil's Lake Helicopter?MidwestEd WrightJun 16, 2014
re: DL, Erosion control needed. East Bluff. MidwestEd WrightJun 16, 2014
re: Rappelling off trees and natural anchorsTrad ClimbingEd WrightJun 3, 2014
re: camping at/near Devils LakeMidwestEd WrightMay 13, 2014
re: booty gear on Full stop, 'd LakeMidwestEd WrightMay 12, 2014
re: Devils Lake BetaMidwestEd WrightMay 12, 2014
re: 3rd Annual Wisconsin Climber's PartyMidwestEd WrightMay 12, 2014
re: Thoughts on this guide service?MidwestEd WrightMay 7, 2014
re: Displaced CO and Western States climber now living in Illinois looking for WI, MN, IL, etc partnersMidwestEd WrightApr 24, 2014
re: Is Clipping into Rappel Rings an acceptable practice?Beginning ClimbersEd WrightApr 22, 2014
re: What is "World Class"?General ClimbingEd WrightApr 20, 2014
re: First Rope Solo Adventure: results and questions.General ClimbingEd WrightApr 14, 2014
re: Cheaper in Italy?General ClimbingEd WrightApr 9, 2014
re: El Potrero Chico, who's still going/wentGeneral ClimbingEd WrightApr 7, 2014
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