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Rock Climbing Photo: This shows the west facing side of the cliff and a...
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By lee hansche
From: goffstown, nh
Nov 28, 2011
Looks like this might be bradley's route Giimoozaabi... is that right Bradley?
By bradley white
From: Bend
Aug 22, 2012
It is but the yellow line is wrong. The climb begins at the birch tree under the large overhang to the left of the this yellow line imaged. Access to this belay for now is by rappel. From this start climb the ramp like rock to the central shallow corner. After corner head up several feet. At bolt begin a sharp right friction foot traverse to the arete outside edge. Stay on this edge lay backing until near the top move right to finish at three bolt anchor. The entire climb has been top roped. The friction traverse has not gone free yet. 6-8 bolts required to complete the route.
By bradley white
From: Bend
Aug 22, 2012
The lower half of this photo shows Chris Buckley's Arete below the large overhang. Probable to connect the Arete with Giimoozaabi and there are two easily dropped large rocks blocking the way. Trouble with these rocks is they will likely go far down the mountain being dropped into the gully. Very dangerous and lower traverse won't happen until these rocks are gone.
By Jeffrey.LeCours
From: New Hampshire
Aug 27, 2012
I really just want to pull directly out and over the steepest part of that bulge. Has this been done? Looked at?
By bradley white
From: Bend
Aug 27, 2012
Left of Monolith is an extremely overhung beautiful rounded edged finger crack that goes through the bulge. There are no foot holds. It would be a reasonable cam trad aid start and above a blank friction wall for 30ft. Free it would be very, very difficult.
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This shows the west facing side of the cliff and a lower buttress (is there anything down there? the yellow line roughly shows a bolt line, but what is it?

Submitted By: lee hansche on Nov 28, 2011
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