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Rock Climbing Photo: In Lofoten, Norway


Member Since: Mar 14, 2008
Last Visit: Sep 23, 2015
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Rock Climbing Photo: New route on west face?

New route on west face?

NV : Red Rock

Apr 21, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: I couldn't find this hardcore route anywhere in th...

I couldn't find this hardcore route anywhere in the guide book!

NV : Red Rock

Jul 3, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: In Lofoten, Norway

In Lofoten, Norway

The People of Mountain Proj... : Michael Collins : Pics

Feb 18, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Red Rocks without a car. Doable, but not recommend...

Red Rocks without a car. Doable, but not recommended.

NV : Red Rock

Feb 18, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Cliff at Red Rocks

Cliff at Red Rocks

The People of Mountain Proj... : Michael Collins : Pics

Apr 7, 2008

Contributed Comments

 

Location: NV : Red Rock : Photo
By: Michael Collins When: Sep 22, 2015

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Comments: johnnymuir: Yeah, it's silly, he had it hanging on his harness too. He was not paying much attention to me neither... Maybe not the right belayer for a hardcore route like this, but it was a take or leave it situation. I just had to go for it.


Location: NV : Red Rock : Photo
By: Michael Collins When: Apr 21, 2010

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Comments: After I bagged an exposed line up the southern arete (photo here: mountainproject.com/v/nevada/r... ) my friend climbed this bold line up the west face. Not as exposed but the protection was thinner.


Location: NV : Red Rock : Photo
By: Michael Collins When: Apr 21, 2010

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Comments: It's hard to see due to the shade but there is a Camalot #4 stuck right in there. We did it with one 60m rope but it did involve some sketchy down climbing though.


Location: NV : Red Rock : Juniper Canyon : Jackrabbit Buttress : Geronimo (5.6)
By: Michael Collins When: May 5, 2008

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Comments: I don't understand some of the comments about this route, we thought it was great.
It doesn't top out: There are plenty of quality routes in RR that don't top out.
There is no line: I can only remember the second half of P2 not following any line. The P4 arete was pretty straight forward. Besides, I can recall route wondering and needing to read route descriptions to not go wrong on many climbs. The Olive Oil traverse for example.
Rock quality on P1: No problems with quality. Perhaps it is becau... more >>


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: The Spiritual Side of ClimbingGeneral ClimbingMichael CollinsSep 23, 2015
re: Mind Control Techniques - How to up your HeadgameGeneral ClimbingMichael CollinsSep 22, 2015
re: What rope is this? Information needed for investigation.Climbing Gear DiscussionMichael CollinsJun 4, 2012
What rope is this? Information needed for investigation.Climbing Gear DiscussionMichael CollinsJun 1, 2012
re: Best Multi-Pitch BackpackClimbing Gear DiscussionMichael CollinsJun 10, 2010
re: which tentClimbing Gear DiscussionMichael CollinsJun 9, 2010
re: Ugh... I can't believe I dropped...General ClimbingMichael CollinsApr 27, 2010
re: Climbing in AustraliaGeneral ClimbingMichael CollinsApr 23, 2010
re: Anybody ever fallen on a Big Bro?General ClimbingMichael CollinsApr 20, 2010
re: FirearmsGeneral ClimbingMichael CollinsMar 31, 2010
re: Black Diamond 'SPINNER LEASH' it's like climbing leashless.Climbing Gear ReviewsMichael CollinsMar 29, 2010
re: Climbing in Sardinia Italy near BosaGeneral ClimbingMichael CollinsMar 29, 2010
re: How do you do it... I am struggling....General ClimbingMichael CollinsFeb 23, 2010
re: Ice Climbing BackpackClimbing Gear DiscussionMichael CollinsFeb 18, 2010
re: Ice Climbing BackpackClimbing Gear DiscussionMichael CollinsFeb 18, 2010
re: Stinky Climbing Shoes What to do?General ClimbingMichael CollinsFeb 18, 2010
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