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layton

Southwest and Rock Mountain Forum!

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Why don't we have a SouthWest (UT,AZ,NM,NV,TX) or Rocky Mountain (CO,MT,WY) forum! We all climb here and it would be a nice place to find beta.

 

How 'bout it?

 

Mountain Project is nice and all, but lacks our soul and wit. Uncage the soul!

Edited by layton

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I give a second vote with a big thumbs up for a Southwest Forum.

 

However, let's not taint the board with anything from "Not-arado". :noway: Yuck

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I've been asking myself the same question for a while. We all do the occassional Teton, Beartooth, RMNP, and Dessert trip. Why not add a forum or two?

Edited by dave repnik

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I'll add a SW forum shortly. Love it down there! We can include RedRocks, AZ, Utah...we've had some great TRs from that region.

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