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hanman

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Anyone partake of the glorious Spring Mtn this summer? Curious if anyone's working new routes or scrubbing old. I worked my azz off this summer and didn't get to play much. 

 

Living Vicariously,

 

M. Hanna

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Too bad about your azz.

And I don't know about recent activity at Spring (fantastic place), but at Index, I've been wearing my kama down like mad the past few years. Good thing new ones are available for just $1.50. 

 

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Climbed Romantica on 6/29 with Der Rat; it was a little scruffy but cleaner than anything left of the spring—most everything over there looked pretty damn mossy, at least compared to the last time I was there, which was apparently TEN years ago.  Though the boulders in the forest clearly DO get a lot of traffic though, they were scrubbed spotless and the trail that far was totally beat in.  It kind of disappeared under vegetation after that. 

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Great crag, but to keep it climbable you'd need to spray the whole thing down with moss killer (non-toxic variety, of course). 

In reality, it will probably be one of those places that gets 'discovered' by a new generation of climbers every 20 years or so.

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