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By Josie Klemaier
GOLDEN — In Clear Creek Canyon alone, there are nearly 800 rock climbing routes on land managed by Jefferson County Open Space. Installation of these routes by the public was "pretty much a free-for-all" under old guidelines, said Eric Krause, a Jeffco Open Space park ranger.

. . . The new climbing management guidelines now require a permit to install, replace or remove bolts at a new or existing climbing route. A volunteer review committee of experienced rock climbers will help Jeffco Open Space make sure new climbing routes are installed in appropriate places by experienced people using high-quality hardware.

The guidelines also apply to slacklines — essentially tightropes anchored between two objects, such as trees.

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