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Location: NV : Mount Charleston : Photo
By: Rob Fielding When: Mar 1, 2013

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Comments: Should have brought my boots. Every step was "squish squish." Lol

Location: NV : Red Rock : Cactus Flower Tower : Cactus Flower Tower Summit : Blood on the Tracks (5.9)
By: Rob Fielding When: Nov 5, 2012

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Comments: Jumped on this thing yesterday, was excited to climb it ever since ya'll posted it up. I thought the route route was enjoyable, adventurous, stout, and bold. It's committing nature is was really brought me in, all natural belays. Retreat from any point would be somewhat difficult unless you want to leave gear. Far from a classic, but something a local in the area might want to jump on. I think the route will get better as it cleans up, but still is very fragile in a lot of areas.

As far as a ra... more >>

Location: NV : Red Rock : Pine Creek Canyon : Jet Stream Wall : Drifting (5.11c PG13)
By: Rob Fielding When: Apr 4, 2012

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Comments: 1st pitch - 8 bolts, No gear needed.

2nd pitch- Sustained and awesome. Bring the rack. Don't forget the RP's, thought that it was pretty heads up.

3rd pitch - amazing. Bolts/gear

4th pitch - crux is in the beginning, liebacking up a left slanting crack, then it's 5.8/9 climbing w/ spaced bolts on plates/petinas. Bolts/gear.

5th pitch - slab/petina climbing, bring a single 2 or 3" for protection in a horizontal after the 8th bolt.

Like others have said, you could probably go w/out the numb... more >>

Location: NV : Red Rock : Oak Creek Canyon : Upper Oak Creek Canyon : Coltrane (5.9 R)
By: Rob Fielding When: Mar 25, 2012

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Comments: Cassandra, Killis, and I replaced all of the bolts w/ ASCA hardware.

As of 3/25/12, the last few quarter inchers still need to be removed from the 4th pitch, which can easily be done by bringing a wrench and tightening the bolt until it snaps. (Yes, the bolts are that bad.)

Contributed Forum Posts

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re: LVCLC Bad Bolt TrackingNevadaRob FieldingOct 9, 2013
re: Climbing in Colombia / Escalando en Colombia (April/Abril)Extended Trips and InternationalRob FieldingAug 21, 2013
re: EMTs and paramedics – what do you carry?General ClimbingRob FieldingJul 23, 2013
re: Breaking a leg at Red RockTrip ReportsRob FieldingJul 10, 2013
re: Rainbow Wall: Orginal Route and Rainbow Country varation questionsGeneral ClimbingRob FieldingMay 24, 2013
re: SummertimeNevadaRob FieldingMay 16, 2013
re: Accident on Birdland?NevadaRob FieldingMay 1, 2013
re: Urioste Slideshow, Pizza, and Awesome Raffle Fundraiser!NevadaRob FieldingApr 30, 2013
re: La Sportiva Climbing on the Moon shoesClimbing Gear DiscussionRob FieldingApr 24, 2013
La Sportiva Climbing on the Moon shoesClimbing Gear DiscussionRob FieldingApr 24, 2013
re: Accident on Birdland?NevadaRob FieldingApr 21, 2013
re: Preparing for Red RocksNevadaRob FieldingApr 16, 2013
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re: Mt. Wilson DescentNevadaRob FieldingApr 9, 2013
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