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Trad 5.10a 5.11a
Sport 5.10c 5.11a
Ice WI5 WI6
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Apr 27, 2023
There is now an alternate finish to P4. At the stance below the piton, head up the tips crack above. Veer l… View Comment
Nov 28, 2022
I think this route is left of the drytool M7-8. It's fickle and never really come in to great shape. View Comment
Feb 26, 2022
I found 4 bolts at the bottom left of the shallow groove. View Comment
Sep 16, 2021
Yes it's 1 photo showing 3 routes and appears 4 time actually. View Comment
Sep 7, 2021
One of the bolts is extremely hard to clip. It should be placed lower to ease clipping. As it is now the cl… View Comment
Aug 30, 2021
Update / Mise jour grimpe-saint-alph.square.si… View Comment

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Partners > Extended Trips and International Partners
Reply: Trad climbing Quebec in July
May 22, 2024 If you'll be climbing at Le Dome in PdGJ, this is one of the very few places I bring Tricams. Most routes have water worn cracks and shallow pockets. Do the route Tache Blanche… View Message
Partners > Extended Trips and International Partners
Reply: Trad climbing Quebec in July
May 21, 2024 It's worth it to bring the micro cams, especially if you're going to Grands-Jardins, and climbing 5.10 and up even some of the easier route. If you have a pink and red Tricam t… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Screamers
May 15, 2024 Nick Goldsmith wrote: But neither of you know for shure that the screamer was what actually held your fall or if the gear would have held anyway and your fall would have be… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: AR-395A came loose while climbing
May 15, 2024 After the harness is cinched up take the long tail on webbing loop it under, behind and up the waist belt. Take the webbing from above and tuck the webbing between waist belt a… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: AR-395A came loose while climbing
May 13, 2024 I've noticed it on my harnesses when they are brand new. Never got concerningly loose but I did need to snug it back up a few times. I put a bunch of chalk on the webbing, did… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Screamers
May 6, 2024 The BD Labs is not a real world test but it is data. It shows a peak force reduction of 1-1.5kn. Not mind blowing to say the least. Don't look at the percentage look at the act… View Message
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