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Jamison Knowlton
18 mins ago
I agree with Ethan, getting up from the full sit is somewhat tough and the move getting into the sidepull f… View Comment
master gumby
53 mins ago
Technically you are correct. Skin is aid too then... View Comment
Chris Owen
1 hour ago
One can climb the face to the right, using the flake as a left hand hold. View Comment
Ethan Edwards
2 hours ago
I would disagree that its v4..... you will have to show me the way i guess, but from a full sit, definitel… View Comment
Benjamin Chapman
2 hours ago
Bill...that anchor is OLD news. All the hardware at Big Rock was upgraded to 1/2" stainless steel in June -… View Comment
Benjamin Chapman
2 hours ago
Stop fretting about the bolts guys. All the hardware at Big Rock was upgraded to 1/2" stainless steel in Ju… View Comment
Samuelis Vysnia
9 hours ago
Nice article :) Does anybody have opinion about travel influence to marketing? For example, how market rese… View Comment
Jon Nelson
10 hours ago
I see. I had remembered (perhaps mistakenly) the Shady Lane trail as much more mellow than the trail at the… View Comment
Nolan Graham
10 hours ago
Its a super cool problem just left of the finish for the dead animal traverse. I just posted a photo of it… View Comment
Hobo Greg
10 hours ago
All the sketchy talk made us think it went left after belay. That is shit rock. Going right is not at all s… View Comment
Drederek
11 hours ago
The straight up variation on p1 used to be about 10d/11a till sometime in the 90's when a key sidepull flak… View Comment
geoff georges
11 hours ago
Hi Jon, I have hiked up through there too, I guess the passing Earwax is more of a easy trail, so I have gr… View Comment
Evan18
11 hours ago
While climbing this route I managed to pull a hold off between the 2nd and 3rd bolts and take a pretty heal… View Comment
Blackmore
11 hours ago
Looks like a young hen. View Comment
v0 hero
11 hours ago
This thing is rad View Comment
GabrielKoybz
12 hours ago
Totally agree Greg, but haven’t pins been replaced by bolts at GM already? The traverse on Coatumundi for e… View Comment
Daniel Melnyk
12 hours ago
Probably snowy. July is a little hot. Late spring and early fall is the best View Comment
Greg Opland
12 hours ago
Really brings it into focus when you consider these guys were wearing clunky old shoes with way less sticky… View Comment
Reese Willis
13 hours ago
youtu.be/XD_MsdDzsRw View Comment
mikehilbert
13 hours ago
One of the harder 10c I've done at Tonsai. Word to the wise: Make sure your belayer is wearing full foo… View Comment
Jordan Weiler
13 hours ago
I am unaware of anyone climbing this before. I have talked to many of the older local climbers to see if an… View Comment
Josh Curry
13 hours ago
Found LS Solutions in lower level, size 35.5 — message if yours! View Comment
Long Ranger
13 hours ago
This route is aka "East Face South Side" as described in Roach's guide, Second Edition (also one of his cla… View Comment
brian benedon
13 hours ago
WW saw its first on-site in 2016 by Andy B as far as I know. View Comment
brian benedon
13 hours ago
Andy climbed the entire length of the route in one pitch with a 70 View Comment
brian benedon
13 hours ago
The OCB is up to 22 routes now, and they keep popping up. I transplanted a small native Mesquite tree to… View Comment
Nolan Robertson
13 hours ago
Actually Will, I believe John Duran did this barefoot free solo to train for golden arms, the sharp crimps… View Comment
brian benedon
13 hours ago
21 years after bagging Psycho Man and Mr Crowely, the rock gods are still handing us new routes. View Comment
Peter Lewis
14 hours ago
"...Considering asking if I can move it up a few feet so one doesn't have to belay off one's ankles..." Yes… View Comment
Daniel Affsprung
14 hours ago
me and a few homies did this problem using the crystal ball as a gaston, getting a foot far left and bumpin… View Comment
Josh Martin
14 hours ago
How is the climbing this time of year? View Comment
Peter Lewis
14 hours ago
I gets pretty interesting in a few feet. Jeans are recommended, especially for you lef leg... View Comment
Alex Grimsley
14 hours ago
Beta video: instagram.com/p/BhVljXYAhK7… View Comment
jt newgard
14 hours ago
I've climbed a lot of moderates in the park and this is my favorite pitch of them all. Varied and long (for… View Comment
Joe Chirchirillo
14 hours ago
Short, but sweet! View Comment
Leithen George
14 hours ago
Enjoyed the route quite a bit. Fun start to a clean, low angle corner. Mostly #1s to some #2s. Definitely a… View Comment