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Jon Ingram

washington
34 years old · Male

Member Since
Nov 19, 2017
Last Visit: 4 days ago
33 Points
Point Rank: #13,635 Details

Likes Trad, Sport, Gym, Boulders
Leads Follows
Trad 5.9 5.10b
Sport 5.10a 5.10b
Boulders V3
Other Interests
Split-boarding, backpacking, ice-cream, micro-brews, bacon, etc..
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Comments View All 10

Sep 14, 2019
Shiny spinner-bolts, but fun. View Comment
Sep 14, 2019
Very Fun. Starting on right seems to lower grade to sustained 10b, with a good crux near top. View Comment
Sep 14, 2019
Thank you for doing this! View Comment
Aug 30, 2019
Sketchy bolts! Don't fall. Fun movement though. View Comment
Aug 24, 2019
At least 2 spinners and some rust as of 8/24/19 View Comment
Aug 9, 2019
If you fall just before the third bolt you will likely hit the ground. Easy climbing just before the third… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 12

General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Wear your harness high enough, and know how to giv…
Aug 26, 2019 Thanks all for your comments and speculation. After this discussion, I wonder how much of it was the hard-catch, vs the pivot-point from my harness. I suspect it was both. As c… View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Wear your harness high enough, and know how to giv…
Aug 26, 2019 Thanks Marc. I agree. Good guidelines. View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Wear your harness high enough, and know how to giv…
Aug 26, 2019 Yes, it was a hard catch. He basicallay apologized to me for about 6 months straight. I taught the guy how to belay, so half the blame is on me there. View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Wear your harness high enough, and know how to giv…
Aug 26, 2019 It changed my point of rotation. Imagine a teeter-totter with the pivot point being too far to one side. I was still slightly upright compared to the graound when the rope caug… View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Wear your harness high enough, and know how to giv…
Aug 26, 2019 Yup.  View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Wear your harness high enough, and know how to giv…
Aug 26, 2019 I agree Will. The fall had a lot to do with it. However, the breaking of the ribs was not from the harness, but from the force of the rock hitting my back, pushing my rib cage… View Message