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Curt Veldhuisen

Bellingham, WA

Member Since
Jul 22, 2012
Last Visit: 5 hours ago
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Mar 24, 2019
Red line is Safe Sex, which continues up the big corner toward the obvious roof View Comment
Mar 21, 2019
The guidebook is titled : "Rocking on the Rock - A Guide to Mt Erie Climbing" and it's a good one View Comment
Jan 26, 2019
Fastest drying climb under the Arch! The rap anchor in middle (shiny 3/8" + button-head + ring) allows d… View Comment
Jan 26, 2019
Rope is on CCNOS, climber in white helmet is Under the Boardwalk View Comment
Jan 26, 2019
All bolts are button-heads, though closely spaced on the lower/harder part. There is a crucial 2" cam spot… View Comment
Jan 6, 2019
Cool feature on a cool formation, if only someone would rig up a drone to coat it with glue to hold the roc… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 48

Regional > Pacific Northwest
Reply: Finger crack practice
Apr 22, 2019 Two thoughts: 1. Focus on basalt: Tieton, Vantage, Lower Gorge at Smith all have great finger cracks.2. To really hone your technique, step into the harder grades (10&11s)… View Message
General > Mountaineering
Reply: Class 2 scrambles in washington
Apr 13, 2019 Most any peak that has/had a fire lookout on it fits the bill and is guaranteed to be scenic! Here is a good resource, and you will likely find SummitPost more useful for this… View Message
Regional > Pacific Northwest
Reply: Climbing near Portland
Apr 9, 2019 If the weather is wet, head up to Horsethief Butte, across the river from The Dalles View Message
Regional > Pacific Northwest
Reply: San Juan Island
Mar 7, 2019 Hard to help without knowing more specifically where you need to be: Anacortes, San Juan, Orcas, any of the above? Try Craigslist for Skagit, if you haven't already View Message
Regional > Pacific Northwest
Reply: WA Crack Boulders?
Feb 25, 2019 UW Practice Rock near Husky Stadium.  Great variety of cracks in the V-easy - V1 range. View Message
Regional > Pacific Northwest
Reply: Coos Bay living?????
Jan 23, 2019 If you're open to longer drives on weekends, the Redwood Coast has great sport and bouldering. And the Trinity Alps is a fantastic backpacking area, and the southern Cascades a… View Message