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Misha Tselman

New York, NY
52 years old · Male

Member Since
Dec 20, 2006
Last Visit: Sep 6, 2012
35 Points
Point Rank: #12,293 Details

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Best Times to Meet: Weekends
Likes Trad, Sport, Gym
Leads Follows
Trad 5.10c 5.11a
Sport 5.11b 5.11b
Ice WI4 WI5
Boulders V4
Other Interests
Travel Photography
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Comments View All 5

Apr 25, 2010
The bolted anchors for the second pitch stop short of the true summit. To reach the summit, clip a bolt on… View Comment
Apr 25, 2010
According to Magic Ed, the fifth pitch variation is an 5.11c (goes left, while the 5.10a goes right) This… View Comment
Feb 17, 2010
+1 on the above. The direct line up the steep sections is more like a WI4. But ramps can be used to weave y… View Comment
Apr 28, 2008
Bring small nuts for the face part of the climb. The pro is there, but requires careful placement. View Comment
Apr 16, 2008
For a second pitch traverse right under the roof until the end of the roof. Go up a broken crack system up… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 10

Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Questions RE: Lightweight/Low Volume Bag Setup for…
Jun 1, 2012 Western Mountaineering Ultralight works great for me. The bag is pretty snug, so it's best to either try in store or check the dimensions carefully. Packs small, but keeps you… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: READ NOW
Jun 4, 2010 Unfortunately, I'll have to agree... I wear 41.5-42 in street shoe size (8.5 US). Was in a store for a long time deciding between TC Pro 39.5 and 40. In the end decided to go w… View Message
Regional > Northeastern States
Reply: Moving to NYC, will I get softer and weaker?
May 7, 2010 People boulder in Central Park: http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/New_York/New_York_City/Central_Park/ For the outside you have the Gunks just o… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Lightweight Down Sleeping Bag
May 7, 2010 +1 on Western Mountaineering. (I have both "Ultralite" and "Antelope MF") for different applications. Just keep in mind that the Ultralite is pretty snug, so if you are a big… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Looking for a bug gun
Apr 29, 2010 70-200 f/4L is an awesome lens. Also comes in an image-stabilization version now for a bit more money. Much lighter than f/2.8, so it is great for traveling. Unless you shoot a… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: A Lee Smith Spin-off - Name this route .Go to Pa…
Mar 15, 2010 high on the route... View Message