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Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Big Cottonwood Canyon : Glass Ocean and Environs : Tsunami (5.10b)
By: kent w When: 3 days ago

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Comments: Great route for BCC, definite 3 star! Long (180+'), steep, and great rock and great positions. Double set of TCUs and a full set of wired stoppers will do, but bring a bunch of full length runners, for the first 6 or 7 placement (it will really help with rope drag). Tenesmus is right, start in corner and climb straight up below 2nd bolt (skip the Glass Oceans start and first bolt left of Glass Oceans), there's gear if you want it but climbing is easy.


Location: CO : Gunnison : Black Canyon of the Gunniso... : South Rim Routes : Dark Star (5.10+)
By: kent w When: Dec 2, 2011

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Comments: Nice work, guys. Like Chris, I've been thinking there was some nice rock over there.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Little Cottonwood Canyon : Hogum Fork
By: kent w When: Feb 9, 2009

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Comments: An alternative approach from someone who thinks this is the hardest approach of all time.

Do not go into Maybird, but continue up Redpine like you are going to climb the Pfeifferhorn. At the pass, start traversing across the south face of the Pfeifferhorn. The start is steep but reasonable, after several hundred yards it turns into flat alpine fields with lots of water. Just continue across until the Col at the top of Hogum. It is very easy to find, as the west ridge of the Pfeifferhorn b... more >>


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Little Cottonwood Canyon : Crescent Crack Buttress : Razor's Edge (5.12b)
By: kent w When: Feb 9, 2009

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Comments: I do not remember the belay at the bottom, it is ossible we placed one. We traversed in from the east side. I doubt we would have placed bolts if there was gear but it is possible as there was a fair amount of air time.

The belay at the top was two pins, It is pobably a good thing they were replaced.
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