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triznut


Jan 23, 2006, 9:15 AM
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Looking for good 14'ers to climb  (North_America: United_States: Utah: Salt_Lake_-_Utah_Counties: Rock_Canyon: Black_Rose)
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Looking for some suggestions/info on good technical (5.8-5.9 range) 14'ers to climb in Colorado this summer.


mur


Jan 23, 2006, 9:24 AM
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"Colorado's Fourteeners; from hikes to climbs"
Gerry Roach
ISBN 1-55591-103-x

Pretty good book for general info on the peaks, and their routes. There is also summitpost.org, and peakbagger.com, which may have some info for you.


triznut


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Or how about routes on Long's Peak...

Thanks!


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If you can aid climb you could bring down many routes to that range with C2 or so aiding.


triznut


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If you can aid climb you could bring down many routes to that range with C2 or so aiding.

Can't aid...


scrappydoo


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http://14erworld.com/

http://www.mountainproject.com/...rmnpalpine/105744466

These sites should give you plenty of beta. Check out the Casual Route, and many others, on the East face of Longs. Also, Ellingwood Arete on Crestone Needle is a great 5.7.

I think Capitol peak also has some very good routes.


climbholio


Apr 9, 2006, 2:58 PM
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Check out the 5.8 Prow on Kit Carson or the 5.7+ North Pillar on Crestone Peak.


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check out www.summitpost.com or www.14ers.com bioth great colorado based sites


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