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Member Since: Mar 25, 2008
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1



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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Reid at the Panty Wall

Reid at the Panty Wall

Brian Waller : brian's pics

May 23, 2008

cactus

cactus

Brian Waller : brian's pics

May 23, 2008

Cool whip-tail in Calico Basin.

Cool whip-tail in Calico Basin.

Brian Waller : brian's pics

May 23, 2008

View of the crag from just past the pines.  The ch...

View of the crag from just past the pines. The chains are just left of that little tree at the top.

NV : Red Rock : ... : Hide-and-Seek Crag

May 22, 2008

40oz stormtrooper

40oz stormtrooper

Brian Waller : brian's pics

May 13, 2008

Contributed Comments

 

Location: Climbing Gear Discussion : Who is making chalk bags th... : Post : Photo
By: Brian Waller When: 2 days ago

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Comments: dude, that bag is awesome


Location: NV : Red Rock : Calico Basin : Photo
By: Brian Waller When: Aug 22, 2015

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Comments: The only time I've encountered a desert tortoise in the wild was in Calico Basin. I was hanging on a boulder and heard something behind/below me. I looked down and he was climbing up onto my crash pad.


Location: NV : Red Rock : Second Pullout : The Black Corridor : Upper Level : 757 2x4 (5.7)
By: Brian Waller When: Jun 25, 2008

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Comments: sure, it's the easiest route in the corridor but it's lots of fun and worth the time.


Location: NV : Red Rock : First Creek Canyon : First Creek Slabs : Rising Moons (5.5 PG13) : Photo
By: Brian Waller When: Jun 8, 2008

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Comments: I climbed this with Darren, and it was awesome. These two came right over the a little ridge and right up to our belay. I was amazed, and envious, to see the terrain that little guy was able to move across to get away from our unexpected appearence. Quite an encounter made all the better by seeing mom and baby walk away none the worse for wear.


Location: NV : Red Rock : Calico Basin : Hide-and-Seek Crag
By: Brian Waller When: May 22, 2008

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Comments: Once you're at Happy Acres go just past the group of pines in the middle of the canyon. With a large boulder at the mouth of the
alcove(on the right), the wall is hard to miss.


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: Shoe suggestions (for a beginner)Climbing Gear DiscussionBrian Waller2 days ago
re: Shoe suggestions (for a beginner)Climbing Gear DiscussionBrian Waller2 days ago
re: Price Reduced! Organic Climbing "Big Pad" Bouldering PadFOR SALE / WantedBrian Waller2 days ago
re: Free Woody near BostonFOR SALE / WantedBrian Waller2 days ago
re: Anyone have experience with Spotter brand crash pads?Climbing Gear DiscussionBrian Waller6 days ago
Anyone have experience with Spotter brand crash pads?Climbing Gear DiscussionBrian WallerAug 22, 2015
re: For Sale: Black Diamond M's jacketsFOR SALE / WantedBrian WallerAug 18, 2015
re: Twin/half ropesFOR SALE / WantedBrian WallerAug 18, 2015
re: Wtb: crash pad, Las VegasFOR SALE / WantedBrian WallerAug 17, 2015
re: Twin/half ropesFOR SALE / WantedBrian WallerAug 17, 2015
Wtb: crash pad, Las VegasFOR SALE / WantedBrian WallerAug 17, 2015
re: sport climbing suggestions for red rock or near vegas?NevadaBrian WallerAug 16, 2008
re: What do you do for a living?Community ForumBrian WallerAug 10, 2008
re: Which rope to get???Climbing Gear DiscussionBrian WallerJul 7, 2008
re: Vegas local, need partner for red rockUtah PartnersBrian WallerMay 15, 2008
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