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Stairway to Heaven on 1/17.

Stairway to Heaven on 1/17.

Colorado : The 2012-13 Colorado Ice Co... : Post

Jan 22, 2013

Matt Lloyd on the Scienic Cruise.  Photo Josh Lein...

Matt Lloyd on the Scienic Cruise. Photo Josh Leininger.

CO : Gunnison : ... : North Chasm View Wall

Apr 28, 2007

Contributed Comments


Location: CO : Morrison/Evergreen : Deer Creek Crag : Unknown aka The Pump and Th... (5.12b)
By: jleining When: Feb 24, 2009

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Comments: You guys are pathetic. The mantle at the end is the best part of the climb, the fixed anchors are right there on the lip above the mantle, and plus The Highway Man shares the anchor with this climb.

Location: CO : Morrison/Evergreen : Deer Creek Crag : The Highwayman (5.13d)
By: jleining When: Sep 22, 2008

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Comments: Hey Jonathan, Matt and I bolted this line together. We used 2-3/4" x 3/8" sleeve bolts, I have heard them referred to as five piece Rawl, but no one in the hardware industry knows them by that name. We drilled about 3" into the rock and even with and electric drill (not the best one) it still took about 20 min a hole. I think Matt just pulled the hanger off of the 3rd bolt and hammered it in, because removing would be damn near impossible.

Location: CO : South Platte : Big Rock Candy Mountain
By: jleining When: Aug 15, 2007

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Comments: Checked out this area yesterday! Came in from the East from FR360 and FR205 in an Isuzu Trooper, FR 360 had three sections that were severely eroded the first section will not be possible to cross in a couple of more seasons. But the later two had big drops into a creek running across the road, crossing was tricky but fine. FR 205 "Metberry Gulch" was fine the eroded ravine has been spanned with logs. Although be careful once you can see the Big Rock and then loose sight of it you will go up a s... more >>

Location: CO : Golden : Clear Creek Canyon : Anarchy Wall : Anarchitect (5.12d)
By: jleining When: Jul 19, 2007

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Comments: To everyone who can't comprehend what they read! The blame of my comments lies squarley on me! Matt said he did it it his own style and respects everyone else's style. I said I don't. And quite your bickering it's not like the bolts where chopped, I said "when I send this those bolts are gone" but it probably won't happen, so don't worry but you got something to say say it to me cause Matt didn't say anything. So keep drinking your beer at your homes in NM or wherever else you might be.

Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : North : First Flatiron
By: jleining When: Jul 3, 2007

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Comments: Helpful tip, unless you would like to practice your rope management, My Climbing Co guide book said the descent from the top of the First Flatiron requires two ropes. Guess what it doesn't. I wasted my time scrambling this thing and dragging two ropes up while doing it. If you're gonna do the First, it is only 92 ft from the summit eybolts to the ground!

Location: WY : Devil's Tower : West Face : McCarthy West Face (Variant... (5.10b)
By: jleining When: Jun 6, 2007

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Comments: Climbed this route at the end of may, and it is AWESOME! One of the best routes I have ever done! My partner Matt and I did all 5 pitches to the summit well worth it! The first 4 pitches are amazing. Lose rock only found on the last pitch, but trip to the summit was well worth it. Also FOUND MEMORY CARD on the big ledge at the end of third pitch, if want returned let me know.

Location: WY : Devil's Tower
By: jleining When: Jun 6, 2007

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Comments: To all the cheap climbing bums out there! especially AC. There is free camping about 11 miles outside of Devil's Tower. Directions are from leaving the park entrance. Leave the park and at the juction turn left toward Hulet, and go less than one mile to a dirt road on the right. Follow the dirt road for about 10 or 11 miles to the Black Hills National Forrest, and please use existing camp sites.

Location: CO : Gunnison : Black Canyon of the Gunniso... : North Rim Routes : North Chasm View Wall : Photo
By: jleining When: Apr 28, 2007

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Comments: Matt Lloyd 5 pitches up on the Scenic Cruise. Photo Josh Leininger.

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re: Crag BabiesGeneral Climbingjleining6 days ago
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re: The 2014-2015 Colorado Ice Conditions ThreadColoradojleiningDec 3, 2014
re: Shooting Guns in national forest.Other SportsjleiningNov 10, 2014
re: French free...deceptively complicated. General ClimbingjleiningNov 6, 2014
re: Front Rangers - when do you mount up your snow tires?ColoradojleiningNov 4, 2014
re: please use metersGeneral ClimbingjleiningJul 18, 2014
re: Is the 'Rado better than CA?ColoradojleiningMar 7, 2014
re: New (big!) gym opening in Golden - EarthtreksColoradojleiningMar 5, 2014
re: Cody Ice Festival ShenanigansColoradojleiningFeb 21, 2014
re: Castle rock/Lower falls ice for soloingColoradojleiningFeb 7, 2014
re: Camping in or near LyonsColoradojleiningFeb 5, 2014
re: Camping in or near LyonsColoradojleiningFeb 4, 2014
re: 2014 Colorado and MarijuanaColoradojleiningJan 15, 2014
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