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  1. #451
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    3 days of climbing and trying to beat the heat in vt.
    That last shot is really cool.

  2. #452
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    Climbing Stoke

    thanks

    left work early and got some pitches in at poko. here’s my second on The Sting.

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    hiking up this v1 to throw a top rope of an anchor on the steep side.

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    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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    Nice VT and Poko pics, that's some sweet looking rock.

  4. #454
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    Got to do an awesome traverse across the Long's Peak-Meeker Ridgeline today with my buddy, exposure makes you thirstier, it's a fact:
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    I've been spending my days in magic wood and MurgTal Switzerland.

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    Thank you for the stoke!

    Is that 2nd picture from Murgtal? Where would I find this nice boulder / what is the name?

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    two weekends in a row, I'm spoiled

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  8. #458
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    you're spoiled but I am stoked - very nice pictures, especially the first two showing the climbing and the setting!

  9. #459
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    wow, that looks like a lifetime of climbing right there.

    what's the name of that flake?
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeoK View Post
    Thank you for the stoke!

    Is that 2nd picture from Murgtal? Where would I find this nice boulder / what is the name?
    This is m'raut 7c+ /v10.
    Small a few hundred meters above the saw mill Sector in the new guide book. Not much else there

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  11. #461
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    what's the name of that flake?
    Looks like Rye Crisp.

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    Zion's right. There's one point right below the climber in the pic where you need to layback without much for feet. Other than that it's a great cruiser.

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    We headed to Flagstaff for a weekend wedding, found some rain and some awesome limestone climbing. Just a heads up, climbing in the rain is tough, climbing limestone in the rain is tougher, climbing limestone in the rain when you both forgot chalk is... interesting.

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