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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1



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All 68 | Routes | Areas | Photos 13 | Page Improvements | Comments 7 | Posts 21 | Stars 20 | Ratings 7

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Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Tonnere Tower : Treasure Wall : Join The Party (5.9-)
By: Joe Varela When: Jul 6, 2014

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Comments: The death block directly below the anchors is gone, but it could use some cleanup as there is some dirt and small stuff still in place. Still a lot of loose stuff above the tree.


Location: CO : Fort Collins : Arthur's Rock : South Face of Arthur's Rock : Right of Passage (5.9)
By: Joe Varela When: Sep 22, 2013

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Comments: The left-leaning traverse at the end of p2 is fun.


Location: CO : Canon City : Shelf Road : Photo
By: Joe Varela When: Nov 21, 2012

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Comments: This happened to my Vanagon, too!


Location: CO : Alpine Rock : Mt. Evans : Lincoln Lake Slabs : Photo
By: Joe Varela When: Oct 3, 2010

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Comments: Colorado's Cloudy Skies is the right-arching crack system on the left of photo.


Location: CO : Alpine Rock : Mt. Evans : Lincoln Lake Slabs
By: Joe Varela When: Oct 3, 2010

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Comments: Park near the 6 mile marker. Anyone else know of other established routes here?


Location: International : Europe : Italy : Dolomites : Sella Group : ... : Schubert (Friendhip Route) (5.10a)
By: Joe Varela When: Aug 6, 2010

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Comments: Great route and fairly consistent for the first 5 pitches or so


Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : Central : Fifth Flatiron : East Face, North Side (5.3 R)
By: Joe Varela When: Nov 11, 2008

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Comments: The first tree in the crack is growing behind a large hollow flake. Suggest bypassing this tree and finding a different belay anchor. The next tree (up another 20') "might" be better.