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Member Since: Feb 20, 2012
Last Visit: Jul 10, 2017
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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Location: Minnesota : Barn Bluff (Red Wing)
By: Cameron Cassan When: Jun 12, 2017

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Comments: In my opinion, the climbing here isn't even close to worthwhile. The routes were generally short and uninspiring. I chose Preemptive Strike, because it was the longest and most inviting. On my onsight attempt, I broke off a baseball-sized hold on the left side of an undercling just below where I assume is the crux. I promptly bailed, because I don't want to climb on choss and endanger my belayer.

If you've ever climbed at any classic destinations, you should probably just skip this ... more >>


Location: North Carolina : Rumbling Bald : Screamweaver Area : Chicken Head City (5.9)
By: Cameron Cassan When: Dec 13, 2015

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Comments: Pink rappel cord almost worn through on back of anchor tree. Left a yellow one Dec 11, 2015


Location: North Carolina : Ship Rock : Main Tier : BOG Man (5.11a)
By: Cameron Cassan When: Oct 30, 2015

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Comments: SPOILER: The gear beta in this description is slightly misleading. I used a #2 after bolts before pulling into the P1 roof traverse. To back up tat at the belay, a .75 or #1 work well. Another .75 is crucial at the end of P2 crack


Location: Virginia : Southwest Virginia : Grayson Highlands State Par... : Contact Station Area : Contact Station Boulders : ... : Periscope (V3)
By: Cameron Cassan When: Oct 28, 2012

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Comments: I may have enjoyed this line more than True Grit


Location: Virginia : Southwest Virginia : Grayson Highlands State Par...
By: Cameron Cassan When: Oct 28, 2012

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Comments: Aaron, I thank you for developing boulders, trails, and information on this terrific area. The park officers think very highly of you which means a lot for the climbing community. I've done multiple of the classics in my last couple visits (True Grit, Frontman, Athos Arete) and made projects of others (Thews, Spaghetti Monster, Horizon Line). One of my mates leads backpacking expeditions on the AT through the Highlands and has thoroughly enjoyed seeing another side of the park.


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