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Archive for July, 2008

RMNP

Posted on 30. Jul, 2008 by .

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Today I ran out of work at 3pm and went straight up to Upper Chaos. It takes a good effort to make it up there as fast as possible. I had my sights set on a nice problem to the left of Riddles in the Park. I think this has been done from a high […]

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Aslan

Posted on 25. Jul, 2008 by .

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Andre DeFelice has made the fourth ascent, after Daniel Woods, Sean McColl and Ty Landman of Aslan V14 in RMNP. Congrats Andre! Andre has been climbing very well lately and I am sure he will be gunning for Jade this fall. Nice Work. Sean McColl on Aslan Photo Steve Woods As well, Bernhard Schwieger has […]

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RMNP

Posted on 22. Jul, 2008 by .

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Sunday Angie and I were back up to the Park. I am really excited about the idea of hiking just a bit further and putting up some new problems. 10 years ago it seemed silly to hike 2 miles to go bouldering. One way bouldering can progress in Colorado is to hike. It really is […]

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RMNP

Posted on 21. Jul, 2008 by .

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Saturday I had a great session with good friends. I was psyched to try and put up some new problems. First off was a low start to the Toolshed V7 or V8. This boulder is found up-canyon from Sunspot, south of Eternia. It is a polished red overhang with brilliant yellow lichen that faces up […]

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RMNP

Posted on 15. Jul, 2008 by .

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The Park seems to be the destination of choice these days although I have no particular projects or objectives. The snow is much deeper this year than last and many classics are still buried including Sunspot, Bushpilot, Potato Chip and Riddles in the Park (although this was recently dug out). The top of Bushpilot Its […]

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The Golden Age of Colorado Bouldering

Posted on 09. Jul, 2008 by .

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In the year 1999, Colorado stood at the edge of a major change. A giant bouldering wave was about to come crashing down on the Front Range. Up to that point, the hardest problems were the Big Three (Trice, Slapshot, and Meathook) established by Jim Holloway. For various reasons, these problems seemed unattainable to the […]

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Update

Posted on 06. Jul, 2008 by .

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Well after taking almost a month off I have started climbing again and it feels really good, although I don’t feel so strong. It’s important to take care of your body and mind and it was time for a break. It feels great to feel healthy and ready to go. Anyways, here are some quick […]

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