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Member Since: Nov 3, 2011
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Location: CA : High Desert : Devil's Punchbowl : South area : VD (Very Direct) Wall : Spike the Punch (5.10c/d)
By: Eamon Doyle When: Jan 4, 2012

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Comments: As of 1/3/2012, there were some insecure sandstone flakes between the 3rd and 4th bolt. They were capable of supporting weight vertically, but I recommend being very careful that you not pull out on them. Also, you belayer might consider a helmet.


Location: CA : High Desert : Devil's Punchbowl : South area : VD (Very Direct) Wall
By: Eamon Doyle When: Jan 3, 2012

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Comments: Was here on 1/3/2012. The creek was running, but the area was dry and quite clean. A lot of the 5.8 climbs are greatly assisted by bringing some cams, because the climbs to the left of the cave don't have bolts early on.


Location: CA : High Desert : Devil's Punchbowl : South area : VD (Very Direct) Wall : Overhanger (5.9)
By: Eamon Doyle When: Jan 3, 2012

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Comments: As of 1/3/2012, I recommend bringing a stick clip for the first clip if you aren't solid on 5.9+ climbs. The clip is just high enough that a spot isn't all that helpful and the fall is onto uneven rock.


Location: KY : Red River Gorge : Muir Valley : Tectonic Wall : Fifth Bolt Faith (5.10b/c)
By: Eamon Doyle When: Nov 20, 2011

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Comments: If you stand back on the trail to the left of the climb as you approach, you can see the 5th bolt. From the bottom of the climb, it is certainly hidden by the crux.


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: Where would you go?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJan 13, 2013
First female ascent of a V14BoulderingEamon DoyleOct 21, 2012
re: When rapping off, do you ever depend on a friction knot to hold you?Sport ClimbingEamon DoyleOct 4, 2012
When rapping off, do you ever depend on a friction knot to hold you?Sport ClimbingEamon DoyleOct 4, 2012
re: Best Van Under $10KGeneral ClimbingEamon DoyleAug 1, 2012
re: Best Van Under $10KGeneral ClimbingEamon DoyleAug 1, 2012
re: Best Van Under $10KGeneral ClimbingEamon DoyleJul 31, 2012
re: Best Van Under $10KGeneral ClimbingEamon DoyleJul 31, 2012
re: Is telling your chick to "kick rocks" trundling?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJul 26, 2012
re: Homemade Blank Slate TrainerGeneral ClimbingEamon DoyleJul 11, 2012
re: Name that HoochGeneral ClimbingEamon DoyleJul 6, 2012
re: Climbing Etiquette - What is it?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJul 5, 2012
re: Climbing Etiquette - What is it?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJul 5, 2012
re: Totally Mindless Chalk UseCommunity ForumEamon DoyleJul 2, 2012
re: A life without MP.comGeneral ClimbingEamon DoyleJul 2, 2012
re: how many crashpads can you fit in a honda civic hatchback?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJun 28, 2012
re: how many crashpads can you fit in a honda civic hatchback?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJun 28, 2012
re: how many crashpads can you fit in a honda civic hatchback?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJun 28, 2012
re: Men only: How do you keep yourself scruffy and manly looking in the woods?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJun 26, 2012
re: Men only: How do you keep yourself scruffy and manly looking in the woods?General ClimbingEamon DoyleJun 25, 2012
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