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Senior photo while rappelling.  Interesting climbing this one in dress clothes.

Member Since: Jul 29, 2011
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Location: Hawaii : End Of The World (Deep Wate...
By: JP Griffith When: Sep 16, 2012

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Comments: Shoes would definitely be better. The rock is super sharp, but if you have calloused feet then I suppose it'd be fine. The pain is the factor, not friction.

Location: CO : Morrison/Evergreen : Morrison Boulders : The Black Hole : Helicopter (V5)
By: JP Griffith When: Mar 3, 2012

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Sent it on my second day of working it. Great problem and it felt right at V5 for me. Got a couple angles of video and threw them together here. The first and last clips are of Breashears' Crack.

Location: CO : Boulder : Flagstaff : Golf Club Boulder : V0 (V0)
By: JP Griffith When: Sep 9, 2011

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Comments: Pretty sure you are talking about "The Roof" here... flagstaffmountainbouldering.blogspot.com/2008/08/pedestal-mi>>>.

Location: CO : Gunnison : Hartman Rocks : Bouldering Areas
By: JP Griffith When: Jul 29, 2011

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Comments: I was climbing on a boulder probably 50 yards NW of the main circular parking area and saw a piece of paper on the ground that said "Split Face Boulders". Does anyone know the names or difficulties of the routes on these boulders?
Also, there is a small boulder about 50 yards further on the road past "Quarter Inch Master Area". No such sign existed by this boulder, but there were two fun little crack routes on it but no chalk marks. Are there names for this rock and these routes?