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Jun 9, 2014
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What's the best crag on a rainy day? mike olsen
From Clarksville, TN
Joined Apr 21, 2009
7 points
Jun 9, 2014
Motherlode EricF
From San Francisco
Joined May 21, 2012
132 points
Jun 9, 2014
The rare T-Wall chimney
Depends on what you want to climb. Bob Marley Cave, the Motherlode, and Midnight Surf will all stay dry as long as you're a solid 5.12 climber. Gold Coast/Solar Collector is a good alternative if you're looking for moderates, or Bruise Brothers if you want some easy stuff (though it may be crowded). If you want somewhere more private, check out Mt. Olive Rock. There are only a few lines there, but they all kick ass and South Side of the Sky might be one of my favorite climbs at the Red. Have fun! Andy McClellan
From Cincinnati, OH
Joined Jul 15, 2013
15 points
Jun 9, 2014
Ian's Favorite Problem
If you're shoved out of bruise bros by the crowds, head right down the trail to neighboring Sunnyside crag. Good dry moderates, although in short supply. Dylan Randall
From Paul Smiths, NY
Joined Sep 18, 2012
677 points
Jun 9, 2014
Hittin' Miguel's with the new Chimps in tow
Also at Muir: Great Arch Matt Roberts
From Columbus, OH
Joined Mar 24, 2010
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