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Rock Climbing Photo: Hemprrhoids 5.12b


Member Since: Oct 5, 2012
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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All 177 | Routes | Areas | Photos 7 | Page Improvements | Comments 3 | Posts 17 | Stars 124 | Ratings 26
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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Rock Climbing Photo: Harrison staying cool on Bloodshot

Harrison staying cool on Bloodshot

OR : Smith Rock : ... : Bloodshot (5.11c)

Nov 15, 2015

Rock Climbing Photo: Hemprrhoids 5.12b

Hemprrhoids 5.12b

OR : Central Oregon

Nov 15, 2015

Rock Climbing Photo: David sticking the crux on Dan's Dyno 7b+

David sticking the crux on Dan's Dyno 7b+

Asia : Laos : Thakhek

Nov 15, 2015

Rock Climbing Photo: Taylor sticking the crux crimp

Taylor sticking the crux crimp

OR : Smith Rock : ... : Bloodshot (5.11c)

Nov 14, 2015

Rock Climbing Photo: Jake Sullivan

Jake Sullivan

OR : Smith Rock : ... : Vomit Launch (5.11b)

Mar 28, 2013

Rock Climbing Photo: J.T.'s Route on the Phoenix Buttress

J.T.'s Route on the Phoenix Buttress

OR : Smith Rock : ... : JT's Route (5.10b)

Oct 10, 2012

Rock Climbing Photo: Phone Call From Satan

Phone Call From Satan

The People of Mountain Proj... : Josh Edwards : Smith

Oct 5, 2012

Contributed Comments

 

Location: CA : Sierra Eastside : Mammoth Lakes Area : Trenchtown Rock : Acapulco Gold (5.12)
By: Josh Edwards When: Jun 23, 2016

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Comments: Anyone know is somebody has done this yet?


Location: OR : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (m) Smith Rock Group : (1) Northeast Face : Sky Ridge (5.8 R)
By: Josh Edwards When: Sep 19, 2013

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Comments: Don't know why this route gets the R rating. No bolt spacing that you wouldn't see on any other Smith routes. Maybe PG13 for the runout and poor rock quality to the first bolt, but there's a few spots to place some good nuts so it's safe. Great climb with a even better position. Don't let the R rating deter you from getting on this.


Location: OR : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (f) Cocaine Gully : Crack Babies (5.12b)
By: Josh Edwards When: May 15, 2013

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Comments: Super fun route. Very steep but all the holds are jugs so the hard part is finding feet. Look for a drop knee just below the second bolt that makes for a super good rest before the crux. Other than that the feet are pretty scarce.


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
Valley big wall partnerNorthern CaliforniaJosh EdwardsSep 1, 2016
Tahoe/mammoth area climbingNorthern CaliforniaJosh EdwardsJun 1, 2016
Rideshare to Yosemite Pacific NorthwestJosh EdwardsNov 15, 2015
Ride from SLC to Oregon/Washington areaNorthern Utah & IdahoJosh EdwardsAug 28, 2015
Ride share from Monterrey airport to El Potrero ChicoInternationalJosh EdwardsDec 25, 2014
re: Chalk in Southeast AsiaInternationalJosh EdwardsDec 15, 2014
Chalk in Southeast AsiaInternationalJosh EdwardsDec 15, 2014
re: Camping in Bishop, Accessible by FootNorthern CaliforniaJosh EdwardsAug 19, 2014
re: Camping in Bishop, Accessible by FootNorthern CaliforniaJosh EdwardsAug 19, 2014
Trad/sport Partner for Bishop areaNorthern CaliforniaJosh EdwardsJul 1, 2014
PCT Hiker looking for climbing partners in Bishop/Yosemite areaNorthern CaliforniaJosh EdwardsMay 26, 2014
Smith this weekendPacific Northwest PartnersJosh EdwardsSep 5, 2013
Smith this weekendPacific Northwest PartnersJosh EdwardsSep 5, 2013
Climbing guide for Smith RockPacific NorthwestJosh EdwardsMay 13, 2013
re: Yosemite climbing/hiking suggestionsNorthern CaliforniaJosh EdwardsFeb 21, 2013
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