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Photo Caption Location Date
Pete M.

Pete M.

CA : Los Angeles Basin : ... : Hijacked (5.12b PG13)

Jan 17, 2010

Adam T.

Adam T.

CA : Los Angeles Basin : ... : Hijacked (5.12b PG13)

Jan 17, 2010

Adam T. Hijacked

Adam T. Hijacked

CA : Los Angeles Basin : ... : Hijacked (5.12b PG13)

Jan 17, 2010

Pete M. Hijacked

Pete M. Hijacked

CA : Los Angeles Basin : ... : Hijacked (5.12b PG13)

Jan 17, 2010

Pete M. Cloud 9

Pete M. Cloud 9

CA : Los Angeles Basin : ... : Cloud 9 (5.10c)

Jan 17, 2010

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Location: NV : Mt. Charleston
By: bosworth When: Oct 5, 2010

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Comments: Keep an eye on the fixed link draws in the area, especially at crux's. After taking a couple of good sized falls on the crux of The Great Train Robbery, (the bolt below the ledge), I managed to core shot my rope on a carabiner that had been worn down enough to create an edge. I have replaced this biner, but that is not to say that it won't happen again or that there aren't more biners such as this one.

I would like to stress the importance of keeping your rope on a rope bag during belays as t... more >>


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Echo Cliffs : Java Wall : Daily Grind (5.12b)
By: bosworth When: Aug 16, 2010

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Comments: In case you missed the comment on the Java wall page, there is a hornets nest near the second to last bolt of this climb in an on-route pocket. I would save this climb for after the first frost when these guys start to die off.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Echo Cliffs : Java Wall
By: bosworth When: Aug 16, 2010

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Comments: In regards to the bee hive, there is also a hornets nest on route at the top of Daily Grind near the top/second to last bolt. My friend stuck his finger in their two finger pocket home only to be greeted by a swarm of angry hornets that chased him down the face as I hurriedly lowered him. I wouldn't climb this route until after the first frost when these guys start to die off.