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Bryan G

June Lake, CA
37 years old · Male

Member Since
Nov 17, 2007
Last Visit: Dec 19, 2023
6,167 Points
Point Rank: #110 DetailsDrop down

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Likes Trad, Sport, Tr, Boulders
Leads Follows
Trad 5.11a 5.11a
Boulders V5
Other Interests
slacklining, snowboarding, books and comics, computer games
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Comments View All 226

Dec 18, 2023
With double ropes, as long as there isn't a big difference in amount of slack payed out on each rope, there… View Comment
Aug 11, 2021
There is a hairline fracture that runs most of the length of the arete. The only place it is attached is th… View Comment
Aug 11, 2021
This area isn't near the helipad. It's on the north side of the river, and you park on N Cedar Grove Rd. It… View Comment
Aug 4, 2021
If anyone knows of previous ascents of any routes I'm posting, leave a comment and I'll update the route na… View Comment
Jun 21, 2021
There is a 4th pitch that shouldn't be missed. From the giant oak tree at the top of 3, scramble up and rig… View Comment
Aug 6, 2020
Starting with your butt sitting on the slab is really awkward. I think it's better as a crouch start. Right… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 239

General > General Climbing
Reply: Bassa Mawem injury -- HOW?
Aug 4, 2021 They competed in speed and bouldering before the lead comp right? Could have maybe strained it a bit in the bouldering, then blew it out during sport. Just a wild guess... View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Type of Hold - Witch's House
Jun 29, 2021 Didn't that witch live in gingerbread house? So it should be called a gingerbread hold... View Message
General > Bouldering
Reply: Top 5 Boulders in the United States
May 30, 2021 The best boulder I know of is the B-1 boulder in Yosemite (the one next to the 4mile trail, with the "Sentinel Traverse") At least if you want mid range problems from V4 to V8 View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Ethics of a FA and retro bolting
May 12, 2021 Skipping bolts lacks any sort of commitment. It is not the same accomplishment as leading a runout climb. It's a contrivance that no one cares to pursue seriously. Like topropi… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Ethics of a FA and retro bolting
May 11, 2021 Can anybody think of a case where there was a popular, closely-bolted sport crag; and against the wishes of the FAists a number of climbers went about chopping several bolts on… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Ethics of a FA and retro bolting
May 10, 2021 JonasMR wrote: Imagine if some day there is a climber bold enough to skip bolts. Like sure, the bolt is there. But they want to experience the route the way the FAist did.… View Message
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