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Location: CO : Fort Collins : Poudre Canyon : 420s
By: S. Stember When: Mar 15, 2014

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Comments: Anyone have a conditions update? Is there much snow atop the boulders? Good to go?


Location: CO : Independence Pass : Grotto Walls Area : Lower Grotto Wall : Headless Franken Chicken (5.12a)
By: S. Stember When: Aug 5, 2013

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Comments: The route says trad/sport, but no indications are made of needing cams. Am I missing something? Thanks!


Location: MN : Sandstone : Robinson Park : rock climbs : Sigma Wall : Nexus (5.13a)
By: S. Stember When: Nov 3, 2012

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Comments: This route is a MN gem. It is absolutely fantastic.


Location: MN : Gooseberry / Silver Creek (... : Silver Creek Tunnel
By: S. Stember When: Sep 8, 2012

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Comments: what's the bolted face downhill from this arete climb?


Location: MN : Winona, Sugar Loaf
By: S. Stember When: Aug 24, 2012

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Comments: who has more information about this place? how many routes are there?


Location: International : North America : Canada : British Columbia : Okanagan : Skaha
By: S. Stember When: Jun 4, 2012

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Comments: Hey there Canadians and any one else with some good beta! How bad of an idea would it be to come to Skaha for some quality sport climbing in July? It'd likely be around July 15th. I've heard mixed opinions and I know it can be a bit hot, but is it too hot then?


Location: MN : Sandstone : Robinson Park : rock climbs : Main Flow Area : Spray (5.11c/d PG13)
By: S. Stember When: May 15, 2012

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Comments: Why is this route PG13?


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : U.S.G.S. Wall
By: S. Stember When: Oct 24, 2011

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Comments: Does anyone have any information about the bolted route on the far right? I've heard its 5.11 something. Any beta?


Location: WY : Devil's Tower : South Face Lower Buttress : One Diet Coke for Fat Juice (5.11b/c)
By: S. Stember When: Oct 24, 2011

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Comments: It seemed to me that you clip the last bolt from the right side, then move past it to the left, gaining easier ground to the anchors. Thoughts?


Location: International : South America : Chile : Valle Cochamó : La Paloma : ... : En la Senda de los Gigantes (5.8)
By: S. Stember When: Feb 13, 2011

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Comments: I would agree with Jim that a double rack is not necessary. Perhaps a couple doubles in the .5-1 range, but a single rack would probably suffice.


Location: AZ : Central Arizona : Queen Creek Canyon : The Pond : Mona Lisa (5.11b)
By: S. Stember When: Jan 10, 2010

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Comments: Does anyone that has climbed this route know if there is a large runout between the 4th and the 5th bolt? I stared up at it awhile today and couldnt find one. Is there any amount of runout on the route?


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Flagstaff Crags : The Overlook : Magical Mystery Tour (5.11 PG13)
By: S. Stember When: Aug 19, 2009

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Comments: Has anyone else led this route? Whats your opinion on the safety of it? Good to go (PG?)? Or a bit sketch (PG13?)?


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Flagstaff Crags : The Overlook : Left Trinity Crack (5.10-) : Photo
By: S. Stember When: Aug 19, 2009

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Comments: Go Stephan Marbury and the MN Timberwolves! I love the jersey representing the midwest!


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : U.S.G.S. Wall
By: S. Stember When: Jul 19, 2009

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Comments: Alexey- see edits above and let me know if you need more information.


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : Pat and Jack Pinnacle : Boneheads (5.10b)
By: S. Stember When: Jun 20, 2009

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Comments: I don't recall seeing any opportunities for gear on this route that would have made much sense. Most cracks were right next to bolts. I wouldn't bring any cams or nuts.


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : The Cookie Cliff : The Cookie-Right (5.9)
By: S. Stember When: Jun 5, 2009

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Comments: I agree with the gentleman above. The 2nd pitch is the truly run out pitch. the chimney goes for a solid 25ft of no pro and very physical chimney moves. Cojones and gumption definitely needed!


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : The Cookie Cliff : Anathema (5.10b)
By: S. Stember When: Jun 5, 2009

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Comments: this route is great! get out there and climb it!


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : Lower Brother : Positively 4th Street (5.9)
By: S. Stember When: May 22, 2009

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Comments: This route is AWESOME! Commitment anyone?


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : Church Bowl : Black is Brown (5.9)
By: S. Stember When: May 22, 2009

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Comments: Whoa, thanks guys. The other posts on this page have successfully salvaged my dignity as a climber. 5.8 MA!! The 5.10a (revelations I think?) to the right about 20ft. felt easier than is piece of work. And yeah, definitely bring two ropes or scramble off to the left. This may be the biggest yosemite sandbag I've ever experienced!


Location: MN : Tettegouche SP (North Shore... : Palisade Head
By: S. Stember When: May 8, 2009

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Comments: Travis-

Multi pitch lines are basically non existent in MN with a handful of exceptions at Palisade, Shovel, and a contrived link up at Taylors. None of these exceptions are that long. With that being said, I might recommend Laceration Jam to Christmas Tree Crack as a good option for a clean aid lead. That would definitely be a "C1" line.


Location: MN : Tettegouche SP (North Shore... : Palisade Head : A Feathery Tong (5.10d)
By: S. Stember When: May 4, 2009

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Comments: The "orange pointed rock" is very distinct. Look for a symmetrical pointed, orange rock and throw the rope over this to the left side. The falcon guide tells you to stop on a ledge, but we went all the way to the ground. Just keep looking down as you rappel and you will see bolts basically all the way down. Some of the edges toward the top are sharp. Beware while toproping.


Location: MN : Tettegouche SP (North Shore... : Palisade Head : Ex Nihilo (5.10b)
By: S. Stember When: May 4, 2009

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Comments: Way to go on that Dean! Head point is right.

Does anyone know what the route is to the right of this that has some bolts on it? I dont think its in the guidebook. I cant remember how many bolts were on it...looked like 5-7?


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : Half Dome : Regular Northwest Face of H... (5.12a/b) : Photo
By: S. Stember When: Apr 24, 2009

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Comments: is that josh from cochamo?


Location: WY : Wind River Range
By: S. Stember When: Apr 22, 2009

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Comments: Would the mosquitoes be really bad from July 6th through the 12th?


Location: MN : Duluth Rock (Duluth) : Little Foxx Canyon : Foxx Rocks : Grandma Bubbles (5.11 R) : Photo
By: S. Stember When: Apr 17, 2009

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Comments: who IS grandma bubbles?


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