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Cactus Route on Sociable Wall at Draper's Bluff

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TR on a slab route on the western face of Sociable Wall. Top out to the Upper Meadow.
Submitted by: sci_boy on 2006-09-16
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Footcraft Slab on Shed Boulder at Draper's Bluff

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TR a short slab route for learning to smear. This was my first outdoor climbing experience.
Submitted by: sci_boy on 2006-09-16
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The Third on Little Flat Iron Boulder

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nice and easy smear up the slab; it looks like something from a set from one of the old star trek shows. fun though..
Submitted by: sci_boy on 2006-09-16
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Northeast face of Egg Boulder

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Egg boulder is frontmost and on the far left, and Little Flat Iron Boulder is visible to its right and behind it.
Submitted by: sci_boy on 2006-09-16
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Femme Fatale

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This was taken in the summer of 2005. The route stays on the left center of the face, going up past the body-sized undercling, then straight up the pair of drill hole remnants to anchors set on the top.
Submitted by: sci_boy on 2006-04-19
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end of day cooldown

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Honk if yer horny, a 5.4 top rope on Unlikely Wall. Christopher climbs while Mike D snaps a pic.
Submitted by: sci_boy on 2006-03-27
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The Last Great American Whale

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There is only one anchor at the top, but there are some small trees that can be used if you have enough webbing to reach.
Submitted by: sci_boy on 2006-05-07
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Learning to Climb

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This was the first time I had ever been climbing on real rock (March 2005). The guys at Vertical Heartland provided us with thorough and patient instruction. By the end of the day, I flashed this route (not sure if that applies to TR).
Submitted by: sci_boy on 2006-05-07
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