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Areas = 15
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Rock Climbing Photo: frost

frost

Forums : ... :

Jul 21, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: books

books

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Jul 21, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: mountain review set fs

mountain review set fs

Jul 17, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: books fs

books fs

Jul 17, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: size 6

size 6

Mar 4, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: sole

sole

Mar 4, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: Two pairs Acopa JB’s high tops in 90% condition,...

Two pairs Acopa JB’s high tops in 90% condition, a 7 1/2 and 6. $45 each- remember, these are actual size so don’t think you can wear a size or even 1/2 under. Base on street shoe.

Mar 4, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: 7 1/2 acopa JB's new

7 1/2 acopa JB's new

The People of Mountain Proj... : cieneguita : sale

Jan 23, 2013

Contributed Comments

 

Location: Fixed Hardware: Bolting & A... : Hardware : Climbing Bolt Types : Drilled Angles
By: cieneguita When: Jan 30, 2017

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Comments: Holes are NEVER drilled in stages with different bits. A 3/8" bit does the job, and in harder rock the hole can be modified by cutting a line in three areas about 1" down the hole at 0700, 1200, and 0500 (like mercedes symbol) allowing the top rib and folded edges to seat better. They should be placed EYE DOWN. Typically, the best placements are drilled down at a 10-15 degree angle and pounded til the eye contacts or is imbedded in the rock.

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Location: Arizona : Northern Arizona : Navajolands : Monument Valley : The Throne (King on a Thron... (5.9 A2)
By: cieneguita When: Apr 25, 2016

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Comments: Only a single mid pitch bolt on first pitch adjacent to very loose block. The anchor at top of first pitch is two bomb proof hexes and one ring angle in poor rock. Rappel route is sunlight corner showing full tower in gordon's photo, there is one intermediate station which is easily bypassed with two ropes. The first pitch starts 30' right of this rap line.


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: When did you start attempting mountaineering objectives without a guide?MountaineeringcieneguitaJul 27, 2016
re: When did you start attempting mountaineering objectives without a guide?MountaineeringcieneguitaJul 25, 2016
re: New to Aid: Adjustable Daisies versus PAS + Quickdraw? Gear?Big Wall and Aid ClimbingcieneguitaJun 27, 2016
Ken WilsonMemorialcieneguitaJun 15, 2016
re: cochise developmentArizona & New MexicocieneguitaMar 4, 2015
re: Odd boltFixed Hardware: Bolts & AnchorscieneguitaJan 28, 2015
re: Careful driving toward and away from Vedauwoo/ BS traffic stopsColoradocieneguitaAug 5, 2014
re: Pin on New Wave Direct: To Replace or Not to Replace?Arizona & New MexicocieneguitaMay 18, 2014
re: Get your Cochise Stronghold Guidebook!General ClimbingcieneguitaFeb 12, 2014
re: Adding Bolts between runoutsGeneral ClimbingcieneguitaFeb 5, 2014
re: Never repeated routes in AZ.Arizona & New MexicocieneguitaMar 18, 2013
re: Buying Used Climbing ProtectionClimbing Gear DiscussioncieneguitaFeb 9, 2013
Patrick Edlinger has diedMemorialcieneguitaNov 16, 2012
re: Best Aider/Daisy comboBig Wall and Aid ClimbingcieneguitaNov 5, 2012
re: How good are pins?Climbing Gear DiscussioncieneguitaNov 10, 2011
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