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By James Garrett
Nov 19, 2007
Now I don't think anybody can hold a candle to that kind of approach detail!.
Is the rock pretty good? Worth the hike?
Nov 22, 2007
The history of this seldom visited slab began in the 1960's
"The first routes on these slabs were probably done by Ted Wilson, Milt Hokanson, Dick Ream, Rich Ream in September of 1963"
"Easy slab climbs made by the Alpenbock in the early 1960s."
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