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Danger

Taipei City
Male

Member Since
Feb 27, 2012
Last Visit: Nov 23, 2018
160 Points
Point Rank: #5,888 Details

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Likes Sport, Tr, Gym
Leads Follows
Trad 5.10a 5.12a
Sport 5.11d 5.12a
Boulders V5
Favorite Climbs
Reach for the Sky
Other Interests
Motorcycles, Women
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Comments View All 46

Mar 3, 2017
This one is quite nice, and a solid 11b. Awkward clip at the third bolt - best for someone tall to put… View Comment
Mar 3, 2017
This route is climbable even if bikini cave is seeping, because the crux is usually dry, and the sections w… View Comment
Mar 3, 2017
After talking to some folks and seeing people climb it in different ways, I've learned that just like s… View Comment
Feb 11, 2017
im just reporting the "rules". I didn't make them. I would say that 1 is in my opinion… View Comment
Feb 11, 2017
The iconic Backdoor sport climb. This route is either LD's easiest 5.12a, or one of its hardest. I… View Comment
Feb 11, 2017
A very good route that is often overlooked. Recommended for 5.12 climbers and above, as the 5.11 sequence i… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 13

Gear > Climbing Gear Reviews
Reply: Mammut Smart 2.0 vs BD ATC Pilot
Nov 23, 2018 Ive only used the original smart and pilot but i wanted to point out that the lowering method is completely different, so if you are used to using a pilot, the smart will feel… View Message
General > Sport Climbing
Inside Flags safe on Lead?
Oct 22, 2014 I realized recently I have a (irrational?) fear of doing inside flags, backsteps and laybacks on vertical or slightly overhanging terrain. When I fall while facing the wall,… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: What are 1' slings actually used for....?
Oct 17, 2014 I bought a few before I knew what the fuck i was doing and i used them for racking my quickdraws until recently when i started climbing trad. Not wanting to buy a new set of… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: A New Kind of Chalkbag
Dec 17, 2013 I guess the illustration isn't as clear as it could be -- that's not a ziplock thingy but actually a hook -- the pouch opens and hooks to the other side. We went with hooks(aft… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: A New Kind of Chalkbag
Dec 17, 2013 Thanks! For the ball-curious, our sacks are bigger and give more per squeeze than other chalkballs. View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: A New Kind of Chalkbag
Dec 17, 2013 Thanks for all the support guys! Stay ballin' ;-) View Message