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ROUTES REBOLTED BY ASCA

To quote ZZ Top, they're bad and they're nationwide. Sketchy and dangerous 1/4" bolts are everywhere and the ASCA goal is to replace as many of them as possible with secure anchors. We list here routes that the ASCA has upgraded with over 6300 bolts to date. Help the ASCA prioritize which routes to rebolt! Send your suggestions to greg@safeclimbing.org. Please include the climbing area, route name, approximate number of bolts that need to be replaced, and the date when you saw the poor anchor.


Alaska
Seward Highway
Arizona
Mt. Lemmon

California

Alabama Hills
Benton Crags
Berkeley Area
Big Sur Coast
Buttermilks
Calaveras Dome
Cardinal Pinnacle
Courtright Reservoir
Dome Rock
Elephant Knob
Great Falls Basin
Inyo Mountains
Joshua Tree
Los Padres National Forest
Little Egypt
Lover's Leap
Lower Kern River
Mickey's Beach
Mission Gorge
Mt. Diablo
Mt. Whitney
Needles
Owens River Gorge
Parker Bluff
Phantom Spires
Pine Creek
Pinnacles
Sugarloaf
Tahquitz/Suicide
Tollhouse Rock
Tuolumne Meadows
Whitney Portal
Williamson
Mt Woodson
Southern Yosemite
Yosemite Big Walls
Yosemite Free Climbs


Colorado
Boulder Canyon
Clear Creek Canyon
Eldorado Canyon
Flatirons
Independence Pass
Lily Lake
Monastery
North Table Mountain
Rifle
Rocky Mountain National Park
South Platte
South Saint Vrain Canyon

Idaho
Chimney Rock
City of Rocks


Nevada
Las Vegas Limestone  
Red Rocks  

New Hampshire
The ASCA is now supporting the Rumney Climbers Association in its ongoing
bolt replacement efforts. The RCA is one of the country's oldest and most established local climbing organization, involved in access preservation and route maintenance for many years. Coming soon: list of recent replacement work.

Oregon
Canyon Creek
Menagerie Wilderness
Mill Creek Wilderness
Opal Creek Wilderness
Smith Rocks
South Umpqua
Wolf Rock

Utah
Arches Area
Desert Towers
Indian Creek
Little Cottonwood
Moab Area
Potash Road
Zion National Park


Washington
Leavenworth
Vantage

Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park