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Member Since
Feb 4, 2007
Last Visit: 4 days ago
1,070 Points
Point Rank: #851 Details

Likes Trad, Sport, Tr, Gym
Favorite Climbs
Those with variety and beauty.
Other Interests
road/mtn biking; running; hiking; friends & family; coffee; beer.
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Comments View All 86

Oct 22, 2018
Yes, agree with you, Luca. The route, properly sent, commands respect and deserves its grade. View Comment
Aug 29, 2018
Awesome photo! View Comment
Jul 30, 2016
Be sure you're sandy-slab-ready when deciding to lead this one. Coolness and patience will be a virtue.… View Comment
May 5, 2016
After scrutinizing photos/vids more closely, you appear to be correct on this. In addition to being an inco… View Comment
May 3, 2016
"Better than Autumn or Rock Wars" -- Now there's something you don't hear every day! View Comment
May 3, 2016
Might want to check the accuracy of this photo. Appears not to be Decameron. View Comment

Forum Messages View All 256

Gear > Climbing Gear Reviews
Reply: five ten shoes are subpar,,,,don't buy
Aug 27, 2015 From photos (broken-in leather), these DO NOT appear to be "brand new." In any case, a little SHOE GOO does wonders! View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Is lead climbing ability relavant in top rope clim…
Jul 7, 2012 +1 - Excellent post, Julius. View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Is lead climbing ability relavant in top rope clim…
Jul 7, 2012 1. Yes, competent lead climbing is a good indicator of rope management, anchor knowledge and construction, and subsequent safe belaying technique. 2. Yes, 5.6 leading should b… View Message
Regional > Southern States
Reply: Best jam cracks at the NRG?
Jun 28, 2012 Just a note to say the cracks at the New have an inconsistent and undulating quality with regard to width, depth, and technique needed. That is, don't expect textbook 'splitter… View Message
Regional > Southern States
Reply: Trail running at the NRG
Apr 19, 2012 Mountain bike and approach trails. nps.gov/neri/planyourvisit/… aceraft.com/images/stories/… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: Anaerobic Training Risks
Dec 28, 2011 Not sure what your questiion is. Anaerobic vs aerobic - cardio conditioning? Overuse muscle and tendon injuries? Workout frequency/duration, rest & recovery? View Message