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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Gob Hoblin

5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b (19)

Trad, 1 pitch, 90'

NY : Adirondacks : ... : The Creature Wall

Aug 23, 2010

The Matrix

5.8- 5b 16 VI- 14 VS 4c (5)

Sport, 4 pitches, 660'

NY : Adirondacks : ... : Rogers Rock

Sep 14, 2009

Empress

5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a X (30)

Trad, 7 pitches, 865'

NY : Adirondacks : ... : Chapel Pond Slab

Aug 25, 2009

3.2

5.4 4a 12 IV 10 VD 3c (22)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 40'

NY : Adirondacks : ... : Beer Walls

Aug 25, 2009

Contributed Comments

 

Location: NY : Adirondacks : Lake Champlain Region : Poke-O-Moonshine : Poke-O-Moonshine Main Face : The Sting (5.8+)
By: Eli Kramer When: Aug 23, 2010

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Comments: I also recommend the 5.9 start. Fun moves.


Location: NY : Adirondacks : Chapel Pond Pass : The Spider's Web : Wheelin N' Dealin (5.13c R)
By: Eli Kramer When: Oct 22, 2009

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Comments: Congratulations Matt! Good to see more balls to the wall routes going up in the Dacks. Lord knows I can't climb it, but the cliff isn't going anywhere. Maybe someday!


Location: VT : Deer Leap : The Monkey (5.8+)
By: Eli Kramer When: Oct 22, 2009

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Comments: Another great route. I found it to be pumpy but not as technical as the Center Crack. Great hands through the traverse and good feet for most of it. Pulling the roof is the crux, but the unprotected move off the ground is certainly a 5.8 move.


Location: VT : Deer Leap : Center Crack (5.7)
By: Eli Kramer When: Oct 22, 2009

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Comments: I would give this 5.7+ for the sustained difficulty of the climb without the kind of rests one often expects. Spectacular finger crack with thin feet in places. The route finishes on the right after the split, the left is the 5.8 direct finish. Worth a visit to the cliff on its own.


Location: CT : Central Valley : Pinnacle Rock : Right Wing Wall : Zambezi Hatchet Head (5.8)
By: Eli Kramer When: Oct 16, 2009

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Comments: Top notch 5.8 with consistent technical moves for the first 3/4 of its length.


Location: NH : Rumney : The Parking Lot Wall : Easily Aroused (5.9)
By: Eli Kramer When: Oct 9, 2009

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Comments: Looked like one of the 5.7s from the ground so hopped right on. Some thought provoking moves just after clipping the second bolt. Our group consensus was a stiff 5.8 but we aren't used to Rumney grades.


Location: CT : Central Valley : Ragged Mountain : Main Cliff : Wet Wall (5.6)
By: Eli Kramer When: Sep 27, 2009

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Comments: Did the route as described here, but I think from the Falcon guidebook that the description given is for the Wet Wall - Knights Move linkup. Our book described the end to Wet Wall as finishing on the face right of the corner. Still a good climb with plenty of pro.

Placing gear at the start is not hard, but a fall there might still result in a sprained ankle.


Location: NY : Adirondacks : Chapel Pond Pass : Beer Walls : Afternoon Delight (5.5)
By: Eli Kramer When: Sep 15, 2009

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Comments: Takes some creative placements to protect the climb. 5.5


Location: NY : Adirondacks : Lake George Region : Rogers Rock : The Matrix (5.8-)
By: Eli Kramer When: Sep 14, 2009

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Comments: A good slab route in a perfect setting. Good friction on featured rock.

Start: 25 feet left of Little Finger on the leftmost seem.

Pro: Bolt protected, Adirondack style, a bit run out. PG

1) Go up the left seem and through the overlap onto the face and the first bolt. Climb the sustained slab to a fixed anchor.

2) (crux) Stem above the belay and then up over a bulge then continue on dimpled rock to the second belay at a good stance.

3) Up the slab then easier climbing up and right to a righ... more >>


Location: NY : Adirondacks : Lake George Region : Rogers Rock : Little Finger (5.5)
By: Eli Kramer When: Sep 14, 2009

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Comments: Agreed, two ropes if you can. There is a fixed anchor (two pitons) at the end of the first pitch. I didn't use any gear bigger than a .75 Camalot, though you could probably place a #1.


Location: CT : Central Valley : Ragged Mountain : Main Cliff : Wiessner Slab (5.3)
By: Eli Kramer When: Sep 12, 2009

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Comments: The crack on the left side of the slab protects well.


Location: Chris Duca : Climbing : Photo
By: Eli Kramer When: Aug 29, 2009

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Comments: Do you need to do that to get to the cliff or is there an easier crossing?


Location: NY : Adirondacks : Chapel Pond Pass : Jewels and Gems : North Country Club Crack (5.6)
By: Eli Kramer When: Aug 29, 2009

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Comments: Really great climb. Right leaning crack with options. Takes good pro. Worth stopping at Jewels and Gems just for this climb. Guidebook lists the climb at 70 ft.


Location: WY : Sinks Canyon : Sandstone Buttress : Gunky (5.8)
By: Eli Kramer When: Aug 25, 2009

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Comments: Tom's right. I did it learning how to lead. Placements were solid and not hard to find.


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: Belaying up secondBeginning ClimbersEli KramerAug 26, 2010
re: Knot for top rope set upBeginning ClimbersEli KramerAug 25, 2010
re: Belaying up secondBeginning ClimbersEli KramerAug 25, 2010
re: You can't make this shit up...Trip ReportsEli KramerApr 15, 2010
re: Is Mountain Project the climber's FaceBook?General ClimbingEli KramerApr 15, 2010
re: TCU's VS small C4'sClimbing Gear DiscussionEli KramerApr 8, 2010
re: Reverso type devicesGeneral ClimbingEli KramerMar 29, 2010
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