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Grazing Allotment Downloadable Guide

$5.00

Climber’s have been visiting the Grazing Allotment crag since
the late ‘70’s. The large imposing feature begs to be climbed and is located right off one of the “major” roads in the Red Feather Lakes region. Most of the climbing in those early days was traditional in nature, no ancient hardware has been found to date.

A long period of little use was broken by development in the early 2000’s by Bennett Austin, Jim Brink, Jon Dory, John Durkin, Ken Duncan, Greg Hand, and Paul Heyliger.

Jump to early 2012 when the Grazing Allotment Crag had a re-birth. Spear headed by Ryan Nelson, Jason Tarry, Chris Tirrell and Ben Scott. Numerous lines were installed from moderate trad routes to powerful bolted endurance climbs. This recent development has spread the grade range and solidified the Grazing Allotment as the best crag in all of Red Feather Lakes.

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Climber’s have been visiting the Grazing Allotment crag since
the late ‘70’s. The large imposing feature begs to be climbed and is located right off one of the “major” roads in the Red Feather Lakes region. Most of the climbing in those early days was traditional in nature, no ancient hardware has been found to date.

A long period of little use was broken by development in the early 2000’s by Bennett Austin, Jim Brink, Jon Dory, John Durkin, Ken Duncan, Greg Hand, and Paul Heyliger.

Jump to early 2012 when the Grazing Allotment Crag had a re-birth. Spear headed by Ryan Nelson, Jason Tarry, Chris Tirrell and Ben Scott. Numerous lines were installed from moderate trad routes to powerful bolted endurance climbs. This recent development has spread the grade range and solidified the Grazing Allotment as the best crag in all of Red Feather Lakes.

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