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A beautiful afternoon in Sedona.

Member Since: Mar 4, 2009
Last Visit: Sep 24, 2014
Contact Micah Lewkowitz

Point Rank: # 5,180
Total Points: 71
Last Year: 25
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1

Where has Micah Lewkowitz been climbing?

Micah Lewkowitz is in the Partner Finder and is open to climbing with new people. Best times to climb: Weekends or evenings.
Personal: Lives in Longmont, CO, 28 years old, Male
Favorite Climbs: none specified
Other Interests: none specified
Personal/Favorite web site: http://alpineexistence.com
Likes to climb: Trad, Sport climbs
Trad:  Leads 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b  Follows 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c
Ice:  Leads WI5  Follows WI6
Mixed:  Leads M5  Follows M8
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A beautiful afternoon in Sedona.

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Pitch 1 of CCC Falls  Donorcicle  Step 7: Release the munter-mule on the cord and slowly weight the climbing rope tied off with a munter-mule to the anchor. Untie the prussic. <br />Step 8: You have now reached baseline. Make sure all your carabiners are locked and the knots are dressed. You should see the lead line going from the climber through their last piece of pro down to the bottom of the climb, attached directly to the anchor with a munter-mule with an overhand backup. A few feet of slack and then a figure-8-on-a-bight clipped to the anchor as a backup.  Step 6: Using the slack of the lead line, tie a munter-mule w/ an overhand backup and attach it to the anchor (eliminate as much slack from the system as possible).  step 4 continued: Attach the other end of the cord to the mastepoint of the anchor using a munter-mule w/ overhand backup. <br />Step 5: Release the mule knot attached to your harness and slowly weight the prussic-munter-mule onto the anchor. You can now safely escape the system.