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    great weekend of sunshine and snow. fucking a climbing in the cold is hard but at least no one is around.

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    bonus for these tamarack trees and little frozen snake trying to find his way home

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    Can't say enough about the bouldering at the Acorns in Woodfords. It's a bit approacheriffic but every time I think I'm gonna bring the crash pads back down I find another zone. Plus, fall.
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    Nice pics. Some of that looks fairly highball.

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    lots there in the thirty foot range. all mostly V0-V5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subtle plague View Post
    I did my first V10/11 last weekend. Nice line, nice name. John Rambo 7c+/8a FB in the Swiss MurgTal.

    Strong!

    Also good for the Murgtal that it is so dry this summer.

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    <3 the stoke, nice work.

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    ^ don't post like this here

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    playing tonight in SLT at Heavenly Village cinema. Anyone going?
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    kinda highball top out

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    i like this spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    kinda highball top out

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    i like this spot

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    good effort any shakey moments near the top?

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    went up north to camp on the water and fire some easy high balls but the sea was going nuts. this is a vb i was hoping to try first facing the pacific. damn.



    didnít get too shaky in berkeley but itís an urban crag and those holds are pretty polished so i just donít look down past my feet. how does anyone else do this stuff? if it had been harder i would not have been so comfortable, i think it was a v2
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    Climbing Stoke

    stop a little bummed not to be able to boulder more with the ferocious sea but back at it in the backyard.

    i never get sick of looking at mont king (apologies if you do)

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    my blonde on tr on this decaptively hard crack

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    view from the top of la bleue

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    considering it was 32F, and i hadnít seen the sun in weeks, today was 10/10

    one more from les fesses

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    got my calendar in the mail today

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    Got the chance to do the East Face of Mt Whitney on Saturday. A bit chilly in the morning, but great weather and a fun climb altogether.


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    Sick!

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    2nded. Looks awesome!


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    Nice. Try the East Butt next time. Not much harder, but moar funner.

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    Kor-Ingalls on Castleton post crux selfie:



    I threw my helmet into the back of the chimney so my head would fit. Then I squirmed in and brought it up dangling from a double length runner.


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    foot of fresh, blue bird, 25 degrees.... might as well try to sneak in a last day of rock climbing. nope!

    unimaginably cold in the overhanging routes, snow or ice everywhere else.

    still might as well try this five.fun slab while we are here in ice boots.

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    fun day, time to turn the page though.
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    Some pics from our autumn holiday trip to the zillertal in Austria. Nice rock but pretty small areas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    foot of fresh, blue bird, 25 degrees.... might as well try to sneak in a last day of rock climbing. nope!

    unimaginably cold in the overhanging routes, snow or ice everywhere else.

    still might as well try this five.fun slab while we are here in ice boots.

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    fun day, time to turn the page though.
    Way to milk it in sub-par conditions!!

    I am always amazed when people go for it on wet/snowy rock. There are videos out there of crazy Belgians Sean Villanueva & Nico Favresse sending really hard rock pitches in Patagonia and Antartica in the middle of snow storms, protecting icy cracks, brushing snow off crimps, etc... Makes me complain less when I think the friction isn't perfect because it's 3 degrees too warm!

    Speaking of friction, it's prime season for LCC granite and the forecast looks like another week of the same:

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    for sure, i agree with you and was thinking about hardmen out in bc climbing garbage with ice and choss with ridiculous backpacks.

    but awesome shot! what route are we looking at there?


    not quite stoke but has anyone tried the escaper?
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    Gordon's Hangover in the GreenA gully. Someone trundled a huge loose block on it recently, had to see how it changed the route...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boissal View Post
    Gordon's Hangover in the GreenA gully. Someone trundled a huge loose block on it recently, had to see how it changed the route...
    And how did it? That route was so hard for me. The hangover portion just got me in the weirdest position.

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