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The late Tim Loften leading the obvious 5.8 dihedr...
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By Kathleen Neubauer
Apr 28, 2014
Tim was my brother, so seeing this picture was a gift; I remember him talking about George and their climbing adventures. I am in awe.
By Dave Carey
From: Morrison, CO
Sep 22, 2014
Just did this today after seeing it from the road...such a cool climb! Surprised me to see the limestone for sure!
By George Bracksieck
Oct 26, 2014
Hi Kathleen Tim and I had a lot of great adventures together: Castleton, Ship Rock, the Mace, Granite Mtn, Red Rocks, Yosemite, the Tetons, and around Wyoming, Utah and Colorado, including the Diamond.
By George Bracksieck
Nov 10, 2014
Dug out old journal. Tim and I climbed this prominent dihedral (5.8) on Apr. 28, 1977. We also climbed a right-facing chimney with overhang (5.7) and soloed a 5.6 crack. Afterward, we did a route at the Castles.
By YDPL8S
From: Santa Monica, Ca.
Nov 11, 2014
Yep, looked at this many times on the road from Denver to Gunnison. Stopped once and climbed the dihedral on a beautiful fall day, early '70s. It seemed like somewhere between 5.7c and 5.8b :-)
By George Bracksieck
Nov 12, 2014
Couple summers ago, I reclimbed the dihedral and did the adjacent three bolted routes. The dihedral seemed more like 5.8c+.
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The late Tim Loften leading the obvious 5.8 dihedral at the limestone area by US Hwy 285, a few miles west of Trout Creek Pass, in April of 1977.

Submitted By: George Bracksieck on Aug 25, 2013
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