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Aug 20, 2012
Some friends and I made a trip to Lost T over the weekend. Paul Deagle was pretty stoked on it and wanted to check it out and convinced us to come check it out. After a goregous hike in, we were presented with some incredible cracks and beautiful lines. Later, as local crews started showing up we were lucky enough to share ropes with some genuinely nice people. No hesitation to share top roping, encouragement, or conversation. It's awesome to go to new places and have a positive local scene experience so thank you all for that.

Finally, thank you so much to Gary T. After meeting you briefly with my wife and dog, I had no idea that you had put so much work into Lost T and were very responsible for it's birth onto the climbing scene. Your friends spoke of you very highly and told us about what you had done to help Lost T grow. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication. I'm looking forward to coming back sometime and trying more routes. Great trip!
Sean R
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Aug 20, 2012
Agree that its a nice crag with some really good routes. Wish it was closer for me. And a good scene too... I see a lot more hairy eyeballs at the crags in VT than I do in the Dacks. Basically never met an Adirondack climber who wasn't cool. There's gotta be more good rock in the Adirondacks than anywhere else in the east (it just needs a solid cleaning). mmainer
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Aug 24, 2012
true dat. Benjaminadk
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