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Anchor text: D1
Target Entity: D1_\u0028Longs_Peak\u0029
Preceding Context: In 1954 the first proposal made to the National Park Service to climb The Diamond was met with an official closure, a stance not changed until 1960. The Diamond was first ascended by Dave Rearick and Bob Kamps that year, by a route that would come to be known simply as
Succeeding Context: . This route would later be listed in Allen Steck and Steve Roper's influential book Fifty Classic Climbs of North America. The easiest route on the face is the Casual Route (5.10a), first climbed in 1977. It has since become the most popular route up the wall.
Paragraph Title: History of ascents
Source Page: Longs Peak

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