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Moof

Portland, OR
42 years old · Male

Member Since
Dec 11, 2007
Last Visit: 10 hours ago
25 Points
Point Rank: #16,118 Details

Likes Trad, Tr, Gym
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Wide and dirty rules!
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Feb 5, 2016
Bouldery start. Felt 5.5. Used 2x #5 C4 sized for the whole thing, just walked them up. Used #2,3,4 for… View Comment
Jan 7, 2016
My preferred way to protect the start is to slot a large hex over my head while standing at the bast of the… View Comment
Jan 7, 2016
Good route. Getting up into the chimney start is the crux. Bring knee pads. The upper low angle grovel c… View Comment
Jan 7, 2016
Used less wide stuff than I expected, a singles form 3" to 7" is plenty. Still found the need for #0.75-#2… View Comment
Dec 22, 2010
Extra comments (Beta above is awesome): Planck's Roof Variation is an excellent alternative to P2&3. Ta… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 279

General > Big Wall and Aid Climbing
Reply: Zodiac and/or Tangerine Trip gear
May 2, 2019 We did Zodiac a few years back.  A double set of cams to 5", plus one old green #5 will get you through most off it.  I am a wussy, so I really like having enough big… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Anyone use the Fish replacement webbing on the Yat…
Apr 14, 2019 Yes.  Works fine.  The buckles on each of mine were identical in make and model.  With the old webbing cut off, it is a good opportunity to file/sand down any ro… View Message
General > Big Wall and Aid Climbing
Reply: Ideal haul line size?
Mar 3, 2019 Only reason ever to bring a longer haul line would be of you want a long tail for a particular lower out.  Basically a contrived situation.9mm would be best in most cases,… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Do I need a size 5 and 6 cam
Feb 9, 2019 Big cams and small brass:  Love to have them, hate to use them. View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Complimenting a sleeping bag with extra insulation
Feb 3, 2019 I sleep warmer than most.  I’ll use a sleeping down to a bit lower than its rating, like 20F in a 30F bag, but I am counting on wearing socks, long johns, even my ja… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Koflach repairing
Dec 16, 2018 Toast.  Start over. View Message