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Reply: Confused, where do I go for summer?!?
May 18, 2019 Take a mental break and go try hard sport climbs in Rifle, Wyoming, Maple, etc. View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: What does a climber need?
May 11, 2019 Gas money to get to Roy View Message
General > Trad Climbing
Reply: Moving from starter rack to intermediary rack
Apr 28, 2019 rack seems solid. Maybe eventually double up on .4-1 or 2. I've heard hexes can be refashioned into cool door handles and such View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: Building TryHard
Apr 26, 2019 deadlift and weighted pullups View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: The Freesoloist YouTube Channel
Apr 24, 2019 I met Austin at Military Wall at the Red. He was TR soloing on Gung Ho, a soft 12b, one-hanging it as we arrived. My buddy wanted to try it so we asked him to take down his set… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Vanlife? Can I see your bedroom?
Apr 19, 2019 You’re right it’s weird View Message
General > Mountaineering
Reply: David Lama, Hansjörg Auer and Jess Roskelley missing
Apr 19, 2019 trust me, around Montana and Wyoming, no one ignored her passing. Everyone is still reeling View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Solo dirt bag. Can't find any partners where to go
Apr 18, 2019 a lot of full time traveling climbers are on some sort of circuit through the west and SW. the key is to start at bigger climbing scenes until  you build up a network. the… View Message
General > Community Forum
Reply: Tips For New Users Coming from Supertopo
Apr 18, 2019 Don’t forget to post vague pictures  View Message
Gear > FOR SALE / FOR FREE / WANT TO BUY
Reply: WTB: 20 degree top quilt
Apr 13, 2019 I have a gently used enlightened equipment one I’d let go for $175. It’s red and black. Let me know if you’re interested and I can post pics View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: How many burns do you give on the proj?
Apr 11, 2019 after more than a day without positive progress, I reassess whether it's gonna go down in a time frame I'm happy with. This happened on a route that I continued to work on even… View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Shoes for wide feet with Morton's Toe?
Apr 11, 2019 Evolv Oracle, Agro, and X1 View Message
Regional > Northeastern States
Reply: Farley Camping
Apr 10, 2019 I'll PM you View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Tension Grindstone Hangboards
Apr 10, 2019 I have wide fingers and have a grindstone at my parents' house. I don't have any issues with my fingers not fitting. View Message
General > Sport Climbing
Reply: What’s the softest 5.12a in the US?
Apr 9, 2019 so you're agreeing with him... View Message
General > Sport Climbing
Reply: What’s the softest 5.12a in the US?
Apr 5, 2019 I would prefer it as an insanely sandbagged 11d I think, but I can think of easily a dozen 12a's in the canyon that are easier View Message
General > Community Forum
Reply: Leaving job and moving out west (climbing related…
Apr 5, 2019 No suggestions here on city living but just wanted to stop by to congratulate you on your escape! It's totally worth it given that you seem to feel the same way about NYC as I… View Message
General > Sport Climbing
Reply: What’s the softest 5.12a in the US?
Apr 4, 2019 Get the fuck out View Message
Regional > Nevada
Reply: Gobright and Honnold link 4 Red Rocks Big Walls
Apr 4, 2019 Lol that’s Brad on something else View Message
General > Sport Climbing
Reply: What’s the softest 5.12a in the US?
Apr 4, 2019 Defenseless Betty? you craycray Hank View Message
General > Sport Climbing
Reply: What’s the softest 5.12a in the US?
Apr 4, 2019 I did a couple laps on this yesterday and found a kneebar for the crux. Felt like 11b or so. Some red rock stuff is even softer. Any Louie 12a in ten sleep is a candidate too. View Message
General > Beginning Climbers
Reply: How to clean the rock properly
Mar 26, 2019 I was mainly referring to where you posted the topic. However, best practices for this sort of thing are better learned through experience climbing than via a forum. View Message
General > Beginning Climbers
Reply: How to clean the rock properly
Mar 25, 2019 Cleaning new routes isn't really the province of the beginner climber category. If the routes are established, you probably shouldn't be doing much cleaning. View Message
Regional > Northeastern States
Reply: Best Gunks boulder problems to train for Eraserhead?
Mar 14, 2019 Toprope any of the 11 and up routes on that wall. To be has progressive difficulty.  View Message
Regional > Nevada
Reply: Wet rock. Red rock local here
Mar 7, 2019 Sound of Power broke twice in November on very dry days. That rock is shitty regardless View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: I don't give a F*ck about climbing
Mar 2, 2019 If there were a category for “Best Documentary Film Subject” regardless of the quality of the actual film, this totally wins.  View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Climbskin: Worth the Hype (and Price)?
Feb 13, 2019 I’d get okeefes working hands and consider antihydral  View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Sasha D => Sportiva?
Feb 1, 2019 I know athletes who work with Adidas Terrex and non-Five Ten shoe companies. They haven't been bothered about consolidating but mentioned that it may be coming in the future View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: Climbing,Bouldering,Hangboarding
Jan 21, 2019 That range is really wide. It makes me guess that you are inconsistent in your climbing frequency. I would focus there before trying out habgboarding. If you plan on losin… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: Alex Honnold’s Hangboard Routine
Jan 21, 2019 Eva Lopez is the most prominent researcher in this field and had this to say on a recent podcast https://www.powercompanyclimbing.com/blog/2019/1/10/episode-118-the-best-hangbo… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: Climbing,Bouldering,Hangboarding
Jan 17, 2019 How long have you been climbing? What grades do you climb outside as short, medium, and long term projects? View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Best Car for Climbers
Jan 8, 2019 AWD Toyota Sienna. I have a T&C and the AWD is the only thing I really miss View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Best crag evarr
Jan 6, 2019 probably the best, worst, and most mediocre area in the country depending on your metric View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Forum Hall of Fame!
Nov 30, 2018 mountainproject.com/forum/t… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: How to train knee bar strength / endurance?
Nov 30, 2018 If you climb under 5.15, this isn't a really useful training tactic. Just do some general core work and maybe pull ups with straps View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Flying Tension flash hangboard or similar
Nov 29, 2018 I just flew twice with it in my personal item (Allegiant so no carry on) View Message