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Jul 25, 2012
me climbing at lost horizon, NH
hey what are some good easy big walls in the Colorado/Utah area that have good bivy ledges?

are there any good routes to start of with/ getting the feel for sleeping on the wall in NH?
patrick donahue
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me climbing at lost horizon, NH
im down just dont got a ledge and im heading out to the valley in the spring time i think patrick donahue
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High on Cathedral Peak, Tuolumne
I would think Canon in NH has many options. focus
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it's not "allowed" but many have, Cathedral ledge, NH cannon has a lot of rock fall. tex
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patrick donahue wrote:
hey what are some good easy big walls in the Colorado/Utah area that have good bivy ledges? are there any good routes to start of with/ getting the feel for sleeping on the wall in NH?


Zion has a couple good ones. Monkeyfinger has two good bivi ledges near the top.
mountainproject.com/v/10637120...
There is also the Desert Shield. It's a little hard to see the ledge in this photo, but it's pretty darn great!
mountainproject.com/v/10671125...
The Original Route on the Rainbow Wall in Red Rocks is another good option.
mountainproject.com/v/10594762...
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