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Dec 1, 2012
leading the first pitch
The Perfect Rack for LCC? Spencer Daniels
From Sandy,utah
Joined May 21, 2012
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Dec 1, 2012
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1 set of offset nuts, 1 set of rps, and double set of cams from blue alien to blue camalot will get you up most everything. Maybe throw in a 4. Big gear if its big. Oh, and lots of 2 to 4 foot slings and biners. earl mcalister
From idaho
Joined Aug 11, 2010
46 points
Dec 1, 2012
the man was smart
I climbed with a single rack of camalots from .5-#4 and a set of stoppers for years doing ALL the 5.7-5.9s. the 3 larger RPs would have been nice as well for climbs like Green A. T Roper
From VA,NM,UT,CT,MA
Joined Mar 31, 2006
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Dec 2, 2012
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never heard the term "RP" Spencer Daniels
From Sandy,utah
Joined May 21, 2012
59 points
Dec 2, 2012
Climbing in Smuggler's Notch
RP = Roland Pauligk.

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Brian in SLC
Joined Oct 6, 2003
10,997 points
Dec 2, 2012
the man was smart
Brian in SLC wrote:


learn something new every day, thanks
T Roper
From VA,NM,UT,CT,MA
Joined Mar 31, 2006
1,053 points
Dec 2, 2012
hanging belay what a joy
I agree with both of the posts. it just depends if you want to over protect the route or not(which i do constantly). The gear I caress the most on my way down the canyon is my DMM offset nuts and DMM peanuts. the peanuts get down to those large RP sizes and they are made of much much longer lasting aluminum. I just invested in some luxury cams and they feel like they were made just for LCC, and thats the Metolius offset master cam. you don't need em to climb all the routes in LCC but if you have em they sure come in handy. Max Dillman
Joined Aug 20, 2011
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