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Member Since: Jun 22, 2009
Last Visit: 3 days ago
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Total Points: 39
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1



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Location: Australia : Photo
By: mikl law When: 3 days ago

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Comments: Yep, only the 4th piece is solid, she's doing the second ascent on my gear. A slightly heavier dude went up afterwards and pulled 3 pieces while resting. But a beautiful feature.


Location: Australia : Photo
By: mikl law When: 4 days ago

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Comments: The roof is foreshortened, it's about 28 feet out to where he is


Location: Australia : Blue Mountains
By: mikl law When: Jun 28, 2009

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Comments: If you are going to climb in the Blueys, go do some of the longer routes in the Grose valley. Brilliant.
March flies are a hassle in February sometimes


Location: Australia
By: mikl law When: Jun 22, 2009

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Comments: As a local I'd add a few things- I think Arapiles is the best easy trad crag in the world. Sport climbers may be disapointed or scared. The easy routes (up to 22 or 5.11a)are great. Harder routes are better in the nearby Grampians. The most common trip has one staying at Arapiles and making daytrips to the Gramps to do various routes. There are a lot of climbers living at Arapiles and nearby Natimuk, and none in the Grampians. There is a bit of sport climbing in the Grampians, but most of the b... more >>