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Location: OR : Beacon Rock : Cruisin' (5.8)
By: Shad Williams When: Jul 20, 2013

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Comments: Great climb. Thin crack takes small nuts better than cams. Traverse move under the roof can be protected with good cams or slinging a block with a double length sling.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Little Cottonwood Canyon : Crescent Crack Buttress : Great Chockstone, The (5.7)
By: Shad Williams When: Dec 5, 2012

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these pics were taken 12/5/12.  They show what looks like new rockfall onto the great chockstone
these pics were taken 12/5/12. They show what looks like new rockfall onto the great chockstone

this pic was taken on the second pitch of  lazarus on 12/5/12 looking down on the chockstone belay.  you can see the big block that fell as well as all the little ones that are ready to launch.
this pic was taken on the second pitch of lazarus on 12/5/12 looking down on the chockstone belay. you can see the big block that fell as well as all the little ones that are ready to launch.



Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Little Cottonwood Canyon : Crescent Crack Buttress : Lazarus (5.8)
By: Shad Williams When: Dec 5, 2012

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Comments: pictures of the rockfall.
these pics were taken 12/5/12.  They show what looks like new rockfall onto the great chockstone
these pics were taken 12/5/12. They show what looks like new rockfall onto the great chockstone


this pic was taken on the second pitch of  lazarus on 12/5/12 looking down on the chockstone belay.  you can see the big block that fell as well as all the little ones that are ready to launch.
this pic was taken on the second pitch of lazarus on 12/5/12 looking down on the chockstone belay. you can see the big block that fell as well as all the little ones that are ready to launch.



Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Little Cottonwood Canyon : Lisa Falls : Lisa Falls Buttress : Lisa Falls Right (5.5)
By: Shad Williams When: Sep 17, 2012

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Comments: Did this climb today as my second trad lead ever. Ran both pitches together with a 70m rope. Had to rap twice to reach the ground. Two bolted anchors. Lots of places to practice placing gear. Only intimidating move was the unprotected mantle that everybody else has mentioned. Not a very hard move, but I agree you would probably get injured if you blew it.