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The bottom half of Oby-won Ryobi.
This is a great example of one of the best things about Rumney climbing....Just cause it's steep doesn't mean it's wicked hard... There are so many big holds on the super steep start that you are bound to skip a few killer jugs on your way to the crux...
Most people can clip the first bolt standing on a jutting rock...Grab the highest jug you can reach and start the fun...Move up and right following chalked up jugs with feet out left...When you run out of jugs swing your feet out right and find a good right foot way right (you can even cam your toe for better control on the next move (crux).... This move is a bit easier if you are tall, but anyone can do it...A big reach or throw to a good hold helps you rock over to the right and get a good rest.... A few techy moves get you on to the slab and on your way to the crack finish (similar to but more moderate than the finish to Yoda).
Just right of Yoda start in a little alcove....
6 bolts to quick clips (don't TR from quick clips use draws).
Erik T. After the swinging his feet right during t...
jakob finishing a lap on this classic... the top 1...
Bryan Ferris on the opening moves of Obi-won.
Trev on the Laid Back Upper Section of Obi-won
Tim in the good part way rest.
rounding the roof...great climb!
takin it all in.
lily near the top of obi...
just after the steep bit...
Rob on Oby-won Ryobi
A good look up the route.
Greg after cutting feet to get into clipping posit...
This clip was scary to watch. :)
|Comments on Oby-won Ryobi
|By Ladd Raine|
From: Plymouth, NH
Aug 23, 2007
Through the crux there are at least two loose stones up there, one is directly where I always want to put my left hand and the other is above that left of the best hold up there. I don't think they'd pop out, as I think many have tried over the years to do just that. I just think you might give yourself a good scare.