Anchor Replacement

SoCo CRAG members James Lopez, Ian Liao, and Holly and Ben Bruestle have been replacing anchors with new ARI-donated gear around the Wet Mountains.


Here is our ongoing list:

Newlin Creek

Bam Bam, Wild Side – anchor at top of first and second pitch

KC, Wild Side – anchor at top of first and second pitch

True Grit, Creek Side – belay station at top of second pitch

Unknown 5.11 to right of 10,000 mg of Ibuprofen , Creek Side – anchor at top of first pitch , June 2012

Unknown 5.10 middle of Circus Wall-toprope anchor, June 2012

Unknown, Subnewlin – first four sets of top out anchors on right side of cliff

Unknown 5.10, Circus Wall second route from far left of -topout anchor, Sept 2012

Unknown 5.10b/c, Circus Wall,  third route from far left -topout anchor, Sept 2012

No Vengeance 5.9, Days End Wall Sept 2012

Unnamed 5.10b, Days End Wall-second route from right




Bumper to Bumper, Titanic – top out anchor, Nov 2013

I Did It My Way, Titanic – top out anchor

Rapid Falls, Titanic – top out anchor

River Lin, Titanic-top out anchor

Road Rage, Titanic – top out anchor, Nov 2013

Road Warrior, Titanic- top out anchor, Oct 2014

Sobriety Check, Titanic – top out anchor

Tuff Turf, Titanic – top out anchor

Torres de Fuego, Titanic-top out anchor, Nov 2013


The Beak, Raven Buttress-first and second belay stations


St. Charles Canyon

Fantasia, Goliath Gorge – top out anchor, Sept 2011

Phantasm, Goliath Gorge- top out anchor, Sept 2011

Surf Colorado, Goliath Gorge – top out anchor, Sept 2011

the rightmost route, Goliath Gorge – top out anchor, Sept 2011

If you see an anchor in need of replacement i.e., sketchy placement, rams horn, stacked washers and chain,  let us know by email or phone.


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