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Rock Climbing Photo: XS harness

XS harness

Forums : Climbing Gear Discussion : In need of an XXS harness f...

Jul 10, 2012

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Location: NV : Red Rock : Calico Basin : Cannibal Crag : Have a Beer with Fear (5.11a)
By: redlude97 When: Mar 26, 2015

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Comments: Climbed it this past week and it felt harder at the top than Caustic, but I never climbed it before the hold broke. So both are probably 11b/c now


Location: WA : Southwest Cascades : Ozone : (2) Middle Earth : House of Pain (5.11a)
By: redlude97 When: Sep 30, 2014

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Comments: Thanks for doing that Micah, the blocks are loose but pretty secure. Prying them out may affect the integrity of the other holds. Agreed it will never be an easy route to clean but at least with rings or quicklinks you can tram in to get at the bolts of the roof and then go in direct to clean the last two.


Location: WA : Southwest Cascades : Ozone : (2) Middle Earth : House of Pain (5.11a)
By: redlude97 When: Sep 29, 2014

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Comments: Good route, as noted some loose blocks below the roof could pull out. The choice of Met Rap Hangers for the anchor was a pretty poor choice and makes its a pain to clean on rappel because of the traverse and roof section. Ended up cleaning the last 2 bolts once back the ground by climbing back up to grab them. Considering the other anchors on nearby routes, the lack of chains or quicklinks seems odd


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re: Near miss at the GunksInjuries and Accidentsredlude97Jul 10, 2016
re: Non Lead Climb Routes near Portland??Pacific Northwestredlude97Jun 21, 2016
re: leaving draws on sport routesClimbing Gear Discussionredlude97Jun 21, 2016
re: Rumney Top AnchorsEastern Statesredlude97Jun 13, 2016
re: Peroneal Tendonitis/Tendon Subluxation?Injuries and Accidentsredlude97Jun 7, 2016
re: Peroneal Tendonitis/Tendon Subluxation?Injuries and Accidentsredlude97Jun 7, 2016
re: Peroneal Tendonitis/Tendon Subluxation?Injuries and Accidentsredlude97May 13, 2016
re: Gym fail.Injuries and Accidentsredlude97May 12, 2016
re: Peroneal Tendonitis/Tendon Subluxation?Injuries and Accidentsredlude97May 9, 2016
re: Peroneal Tendonitis/Tendon Subluxation?Injuries and Accidentsredlude97Apr 20, 2016
re: Peroneal Tendonitis/Tendon Subluxation?Injuries and Accidentsredlude97Apr 18, 2016
re: Peroneal Tendonitis/Tendon Subluxation?Injuries and Accidentsredlude97Apr 6, 2016
re: History of ethics of lowering and TRing through fixed gear/quickdrawsGeneral Climbingredlude97Jan 28, 2016
re: Peroneal Tendonitis/Tendon Subluxation?Injuries and Accidentsredlude97Nov 2, 2015
re: Belaying accident and aftermathInjuries and Accidentsredlude97Oct 28, 2015
re: Belaying accident and aftermathInjuries and Accidentsredlude97Oct 28, 2015
re: Belaying accident and aftermathInjuries and Accidentsredlude97Oct 28, 2015
re: Belaying accident and aftermathInjuries and Accidentsredlude97Oct 28, 2015
re: Belaying accident and aftermathInjuries and Accidentsredlude97Oct 28, 2015
re: Belaying accident and aftermathInjuries and Accidentsredlude97Oct 28, 2015
re: Bailed on a draw at Little EigerColoradoredlude97Oct 12, 2015
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