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



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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Pressin' it out.

Pressin' it out.

CO : Fort Collins : ... : SW Face of The Warmup Bould... (V3-4)

Sep 23, 2008

Pressin' it out.

Pressin' it out.

Scott Salisbury : bouldering

Sep 23, 2008

Contributed Comments

 

Location: CO : Fort Collins : Poudre Canyon : 420s : Scuba Steve (V5-6)
By: Scott Salisbury When: Apr 9, 2012

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Comments: Cesar, I think the differences in grade on this problem are due to the fact that the problem gets much more difficult the shorter you are. The beta used is very height dependent. Check this video out for the two usual ways and for some dyno beta.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2z92LPNk90


Location: CO : Fort Collins : Horsetooth Reservoir : Rotary Park : Hell Cave : Reach Overhang (V6)
By: Scott Salisbury When: Jan 29, 2010

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Comments: Does anyone know anything about the line through the roof beneath this?


Location: CO : Fort Collins : Carter Lake : Little Debbie's Boulder : Sloper Chief (V5)
By: Scott Salisbury When: Mar 3, 2009

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Comments: The good thumb catch on the sloper has broken off.


Location: CO : Fort Collins : Poudre Canyon : 420s
By: Scott Salisbury When: Nov 7, 2008

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Comments: I'm pretty sure that the arete on the first boulder you are talking about is the Poudre Arete and I have been told that it is V10-ish, and I'm not really sure about anything else up there.


Location: CO : Fort Collins : Poudre Canyon : 420s : SW Face of The Warmup Bould... (V3-4)
By: Scott Salisbury When: Sep 23, 2008

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Comments: The tree stump that was directly under the start is gone now. Also, I was always told this problem was called Mantle Tree, due to the mantle and the tree.


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: Going liteGeneral ClimbingScott SalisburyJan 2, 2008
re: Mt. Evans BoulderingColoradoScott SalisburyApr 1, 2007
re: Mt. Evans BoulderingColoradoScott SalisburyApr 1, 2007