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Skiing near Carl's Cabin.

Member Since: Feb 5, 2006
Last Visit: Sep 19, 2015
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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Skiing near Carl's Cabin.

Skiing near Carl's Cabin.

Lee Willcockson : Profile photo

Apr 1, 2013

Otto has diminished in size since first setting up...

Otto has diminished in size since first setting up his route, but he still hangs out at the summit in his comfy ammunition box.

CO : Grand Junction Area : ... : Otto's Route (5.8+)

Jun 4, 2007

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Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP
By: Lee Willcockson When: May 8, 2007

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Comments: What exactly is the impetus for the new speed bumps just after the ranger station? I saw a number of two-wheel drive cars bottom out on those monsters; is speeding really that big a problem in the canyon?

Location: CO : Estes Park Valley : Lumpy Ridge : The Bookmark : The 37th Cog in Melvin's Wh... (5.8)
By: Lee Willcockson When: May 19, 2006

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Comments: Just did this climb yesterday, first two pitches were a lot of fun. Third pitch was alright, but we found the descent from the top to be rather cumbersome; we rapped off the bolts on the east side, scrambled down to the tree anchor and rapped off that, then scrambled to a sling anchor underneath a large slab in a wide crevasse, rapped, and scrambled the rest of the way. Anyone have a quicker way to get down? I would recommend bailing after the first two pitches just because the desc... more >>

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Looking for weekday climbing and BC skiing partnersColorado PartnersLee WillcocksonApr 1, 2013
re: BAM! Your Partner Can't Climb ..Injuries and AccidentsLee WillcocksonJun 25, 2007
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