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Reply: Sorting To-Do List
Apr 21, 2019 No worries.  Thanks for the reply View Message
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Sorting To-Do List
Apr 20, 2019 Am I crazy or have we lost the ability to manually sort our To-Do List? View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Giving slack to a falling leader
Feb 10, 2019 You are not correct when saying "with a stretchy dynamic rope every catch is soft."   There exist climbers with broken/sprained ankles that would agree with me. &nbsp… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Sizing for Madrock Shoes
Jan 6, 2019 This may help:  sizesquirrel.com/  View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: New belay device idea?
Dec 23, 2018 When rappelling, having one rope through a Grigri and one through a tube style belay device could be problematic if the Grigri were to "lock up" and the rope through the tube s… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Anyone 200+ lbs and sending 5.13? Can it be done???
Nov 21, 2018 I didn't expect this many responses, that's great and inspirational!  Hopefully I can get it done next season. View Message
General > General Climbing
Anyone 200+ lbs and sending 5.13? Can it be done???
Nov 20, 2018 Just curious. View Message
Regional > Colorado
Reply: RMNP Alpine Climbing
Jun 16, 2018 If you want something easier with a short approach check out The Great Dihedral on Hallett Peak.  I have climbed many of the other routes mentioned in this form (although… View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: 2 Climbers Dead after Fall from El Cap
Jun 8, 2018 Bad View Message
General > Trad Climbing
Reply: Where to climb in the USA?
Apr 30, 2018 Sounds like you would love Eldo View Message
Regional > Colorado
Reply: Learning Lead
Apr 15, 2018 If you are wanting to learn how to lead I would recommend starting with the intro to lead class at CityRock in Colorado Springs.  It is Tuesday nights 6:30-8:30.  Thi… View Message
Regional > Colorado
Reply: Front Range Sport Crag Recommendation
Apr 15, 2018 If you want to clip some bolts and have some of the warmest temps, shelf road would be a good choice.  I also enjoy climbing at Devil's head, but it would probably be easi… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Best Crag Pack??
Jan 31, 2018 I love my BD pipe dream 45 pack. View Message
Regional > Colorado
Reply: Truck camping, crag hitlist and mooching my way to…
Jan 21, 2018 Clearly Shelf Road is not terrible.  There is also plenty of camping there, and many good 5.11s if that is what you are looking for.  Rifle would be worth a stop also. View Message
General > Community Forum
Camper van set up suggestions for tall guy
Jan 1, 2018 My wife and I just bought a 2005 Ford e250 and are turning it into a camper van.  I am 6'4'' (76 inches) so I cannot comfortably sleep sideways in the van.  I was loo… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: figuring gravity at 240+ lbs
Dec 3, 2017 I'm 6'4'' and around 210 lbs, so a little taller and lighter, but always though of myself as a heavier climber (mostly sport climb).  My hardest redpoints have been 12b. &… View Message
Partners > South Eastern States Partners
Visiting Burlington North Carolina area 9/19 - 9/28 looki…
Sep 17, 2017 My wife and I are coming in from Colorado to visit her family. She was planning on a gym day or two with me while we are there, but doesn't want to spend a full day outside. &n… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: Hangboard/training area
Jun 11, 2017 I agree with Greg.  That being said, I like the trango rock prodigy because there are easy to follow workouts in Trango's Rock Climber's Training Manual.  I have also… View Message
Regional > Southern Utah Deserts
Reply: ut
Apr 6, 2016 North Chimney on Castleton Tower. Bring a #5 BD. View Message