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Oct 7, 2018
First, I agree with most that this route is not for the new leader expecting easy 5.2/5.3 Since P1 has b… View Comment
Aug 14, 2018
Unfortunately, "Cobalt" like "Tantalutm" and "Arkenstone" are all in the area closed by the adjacent landow… View Comment
Aug 7, 2018
From the description "Go up the two thin, pocketed cracks on the right if you want to spice things up." Fel… View Comment
Jul 21, 2018
Bushes on the ledge are gone. I climbed left of the rope shown in the pictures - through where the bushes p… View Comment
Jul 10, 2018
Will Bland: The only resource I had was from Mountain Project. I see that the pages from… View Comment
Jul 6, 2018
I liked this area. It has good rock, privacy and a place to swim. Despite the long convoluted walk (I think… View Comment

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Regional > Northeastern States
Reply: New England ReSoul - Experiences?
Mar 25, 2019 Yes, about 5 weeks was my experience. They did a good job for $30 at the time. I think it's a bit more now View Message
Regional > Northeastern States
Reply: Gunks easy/moderate single or 1st pitch leads to s…
Mar 25, 2019 Double Chin for "Something Scary"? View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Second rope thoughts/recommendations
Mar 16, 2019 I have a pair of Mammut Genesis 8.5mm half ropes and a single 9.7mm rope and I use various combinations depending on who I'm with and what type of climbing I'm doing. If unsure… View Message
General > Sport Climbing
Reply: What do you do at the crag when a class "reserves"…
Mar 11, 2019 Most times, I've had people wait until I was back down then come over and ask: "OK. That was cool. How did you do that????" View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Where to get Metolius SHCS 2" x 3/8" Bolts for my…
Mar 8, 2019 3/8-16 x 2.00 SHCS are standard hardware.Manhattan Supply Company (MSC):…McMaster-Carr: Nutty Company:… View Message
General > Trad Climbing
Reply: Mule Knot - escaping the belay
Mar 8, 2019 When teaching kids (and some adults) I have them climb up a few feet and tell them to jump off.[Kid jumps and I catch them]"See that? That wasn't too bad was it?""No""And the r… View Message