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|Submitted By:||Peter Franzen on Apr 4, 2006|
|Carver cliff is on PRIVATE PROPERTY! MORE INFO >>>|
|re: Reorganizing Oregon||Allen Sanderson||10 hours ago|
|re: Looking for good sport and/or top rope climbing spot in Oregon||Michael Swanson||19 hours ago|
|re: Replacing bad bolts at Broughton's Bluff and French's Dome||Nate Ball||1 day ago|
|Driving south, smith/valley||DeBari11||2 days ago|
|Smith rock climbing partners 10/1||slappycakes||2 days ago|
|re: Smith Rock and/or Trout Creek in October||slappycakes||2 days ago|
|Route id at Barney's Rubble?||Jesse Clark||2 days ago|
|re: Climbing partner at Smith Rock||Connor Myant||3 days ago|
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By another Chad
Mar 23, 2011
Eric, I think the lack of Carver bouldering information may reflect Mr. Rosenbaum's desire to not have this information published. It may benefit climbers in the short-term to have this information so accessible but I think that the owner's wishes should be put first, for his sake and ultimately ours.
By Peter Franzen
From: Phoenix, AZ
Mar 24, 2011
|I see no problem with adding the rest of Carver's boulder problems to the site. There was a guidebook being written a couple of years ago by a friend of mine, but it was never released; there's no need to worry about secrecy here as long as people realize that everything is on private property.|
By Teh Phuzzy
Apr 27, 2011
Hey Eric- I have been trying to figure out a few of the problems, maybe mapping them on a PDF or something might help folks out. See you out there sometime.
Leave the mystery for the vampires...
By Spencer Williams
Jul 12, 2011
Carver Bouldering Guide - The guidebook was finally given permission to be printed by Mr. Rosenbaum, the property owner, about two months ago. The guidebook will be available to purchase for $10 after July 23, 2011. Checkout the Carver Bouldering Blog for more info.
The guide lists over 300 problems in the woods at Carver. Remember that it only takes two seasons of a problem not being climbed to make it look as if it has never been climbed. The guide will point out those "lost" problems and hopefully rekindle some interest in scrubbing moss for the greater good.