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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
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Location: WY : Ten Sleep Canyon : Metropolis : Captain Tombstoner (5.9+)
By: Wyatt H When: Jun 12, 2014

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Comments: You don't even need to jam or layback - just reach inside the crack and grab the bomber lip around the corner. I can't lead 9s or even 8s and I found this pretty easy. I think 7 is generous. Fun though.

Location: WY : Bear Rock
By: Wyatt H When: Jun 1, 2014

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Comments: I've been past these rocks several times and did notice on the map that it was private land. Has anyone talked to the owners? What is the climbing like on the state owned portion?

Location: WY : Casper Mountain : Look Out Point Area
By: Wyatt H When: Jun 1, 2014

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Comments: This area is on private property and closed to climbing.

Location: WY : Fremont Canyon : Twin Towers Wall (aka Low V... : Low Voltage (5.7)
By: Wyatt H When: Jun 15, 2013

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Comments: Only getting to the first bolt is 5.7. You can skip that part by climbing the rock pile to the left and stepping onto the first ledge. Probably 5.6 from there. Good lead (or top rope once it's led) for a beginner, but the moves aren't fantastically fun or anything.

Location: UT : Saint George : Woodbury Road Crags : Black and Tan : Glutton for Punishment (5.7)
By: Wyatt H When: Apr 12, 2011

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Comments: Couldn't tell where the route went based on the guidebook. Too many bolts going everywhere from newer routes put up. Use the photo here instead.

Location: UT : Saint George : Woodbury Road Crags
By: Wyatt H When: Apr 12, 2011

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Comments: Seriously an amazingly beautiful area. Can't really tell anymore that there was a fire a couple years ago.

The rock is intensely sharp, so be careful, but its also a great place to climb when the weather is wet. Sandstone will be seriously weakened and most other rocks will be slick, but the limestone out here will still be climbable when its wet.

I also agree thats its overbolted. Many more routes now than are in the guidebook and its hard to actually tell which one goes where. Some o... more >>

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