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Member Since: Mar 7, 2011
Last Visit: May 11, 2014
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Point Rank: # 7,243
Total Points: 75

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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Approach Trails = 4
Page Improvements = 3



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All 85 | Routes 2 | Areas | Approach Trails | Photos 11 | Page Improvements | Comments 16 | Posts 35 | Stars 12 | Ratings 9
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Location: California > Central Coast > San Luis Obispo > Bishop Peak > Cracked Wall > Llama (5.10+)
By: Jim Reynolds When: May 11, 2011

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Comments: Nice and thin on the bottom. Makes for some awesomely insecure moves. I thought the climb got a lot easy after the first ledge.

Almost seems like it was designed to chicken-clip the first bolt by walking around onto the ledge. If not, I'd be as willing to free solo it as lead it! Crash pad would probably take care of the boltless crux though, but who wants to carry around one a those?


Location: California > Central Coast > San Luis Obispo > Bishop Peak > Cracked Wall > Burn Permit (5.10c/d)
By: Jim Reynolds When: Apr 11, 2011

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Comments: I love the start of this climb as opposed to 'No Permit Required.' Makes it a much more consistantly difficult climb. I found a brilliant undercling to get past the initial section.


Location: California > Central Coast > San Luis Obispo > Bishop Peak > Shadow Rock > Lycra (5.10a)
By: Jim Reynolds When: Apr 11, 2011

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Comments: My favorite route on Shadow Wall. Superb friction climb. I was proud to onsight it


Location: California > Central Coast > San Luis Obispo > Bishop Peak > Shadow Rock > Battle of the Bulge (5.11a)
By: Jim Reynolds When: Apr 11, 2011

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Comments: Some seriously finger hurting thin smearing. Trust that left foot!


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: What are your climbing, "Pet Peeves"?General ClimbingJim ReynoldsJul 1, 2013
re: The emotions of climbing. Photo Up!General ClimbingJim ReynoldsJun 25, 2013
re: LF Ride from SF to Yos this weekend Feb 8thNorthern CaliforniaJim ReynoldsFeb 7, 2013
LF Ride from SF to Yos this weekend Feb 8thNorthern CaliforniaJim ReynoldsFeb 7, 2013
re: Pros and Cons of 2 vs 3 man teamBig Wall and Aid ClimbingJim ReynoldsDec 2, 2012
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re: Big Wall Food RecommendationsGeneral ClimbingJim ReynoldsAug 3, 2012
re: Iron Hawk - Solo Trip ReportTrip ReportsJim ReynoldsJul 31, 2012
re: Bounce Testing ForcesClimbing Gear DiscussionJim ReynoldsJun 5, 2012
re: How many feet = whipper?General ClimbingJim ReynoldsMar 6, 2012
re: How many feet = whipper?General ClimbingJim ReynoldsMar 6, 2012
re: PAS Use?Beginning ClimbersJim ReynoldsMar 1, 2012
re: .Community ForumJim ReynoldsFeb 21, 2012
re: Chains as TR anchors: a problem?General ClimbingJim ReynoldsFeb 20, 2012
re: Mountain Project is awesome.Discuss MountainProject.comJim ReynoldsFeb 19, 2012
re: .Community ForumJim ReynoldsFeb 18, 2012
re: C3's. Thoughts?Trad ClimbingJim ReynoldsFeb 13, 2012
re: new ueli MH gear is out...Climbing Gear DiscussionJim ReynoldsFeb 8, 2012
re: Adding routes to areas on MtnPrjct using a Guidebook.General ClimbingJim ReynoldsFeb 8, 2012
re: Getting a campsite in Yosemite at the end of May??Northern CaliforniaJim ReynoldsFeb 7, 2012
re: Is 70 the new 60 (meter rope, that is)?General ClimbingJim ReynoldsFeb 7, 2012
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