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By Doug Ranck
Sep 4, 2007
This piece of rock is named, Cecilville Slab, it has been called this for the last 20+ years. It has been miss named by the Summit Cnty guide book people. One would think that when one comes upon a rock as such and it has 8 bolted lines on it, that one would ask about locally to gather any historical data.
I have rated the climbs but never got around to officially naming any. I plan to have more in the next edition of the guide book.
The accurate route information can be obtained from Tom Perkins guide, Arkansas Valley Climbing including Camp Hale.
This is a great place to climb from the time the snow leaves till it piles to high. Routes are from 5.8 to 10d and one trad line up the middle with some real old pins.
Have fun climbing.
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