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Location: CO : Canon City : Shelf Road : The Gallery : Menses Prow : First Blood (5.8)
By: Jeff Fiedler When: Oct 22, 2007

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Comments: On 10/20/07, several of the hangers were spinning. Someone had a wrench and checked the bolts, which seemed to be in good shape.

So, just a heads up to a beginner leader not to get freaked out if you end up slapping at a moving hanger with your draw.

Location: CO : Canon City : Shelf Road : Cash Wall : Awethu (5.6)
By: Jeff Fiedler When: Oct 22, 2007

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Comments: Great to have a well-protected climb at this level at Shelf Road.
But I don't think the actual climbing deserves two stars.

Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : The Watermark : Road to Isengard (5.8)
By: Jeff Fiedler When: Aug 22, 2007

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Comments: I agree with Ron Olsen's assessment. Follow the bolt line for thoughtful footwork and moves (for the grade). Fun climb, especially after the first bolt or two.

Location: ID : City of Rocks : Steinfell's Dome : Sinocranium (5.8)
By: Jeff Fiedler When: Jun 25, 2007

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Comments: Thanks to FA's for a great and safe climb.

Just to confirm that it is possible to rap off the NE using a single 60m rope. First rap comfortably gets you to the next rap station. Second rap got us ALMOST to level ground -- just about 5 feet of non-technical scramble. Its a bit awkward to get off belay, but not actually difficult (and I'm not a hard climber or free solo junky).

Just be very careful to center the rope and knot ends.

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