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mills101 Mills
1 day ago
Like most (it seems) I got confused on this one and ended up bailing off a fixed piece at the top of the ar… View Comment
Jason Denver
Jun 8, 2019
Sick man. Nice work View Comment
Morgan Patterson
Jun 8, 2019
This is absolutely bad ass! View Comment
edward pinskey
Jun 4, 2019
I replaced the hardware on this route. View Comment
edward pinskey
Jun 4, 2019
Protect your 2nd after the last bolt, From the bolt to the anchor is a decent traverse. The swing on the ro… View Comment
edward pinskey
Jun 4, 2019
If the slab feature on the road cut is wet most of echo will be. View Comment
Austen Bernier
May 31, 2019
Did this climb today. Didn't love the gear (though abundant, the rock was pretty crumbly). There are a fe… View Comment
Tagg C
May 14, 2019
Probably the best route at Echo. So much fun! Would be mega classic if the first pitch wasn't trash. Some s… View Comment
IsaacBernstein bernstein
May 7, 2019
replaced the cordage on the anchor bolts yesterday 5/6/2019 View Comment
Rob Rogowicz
Nov 1, 2018
Awesome photo! I was up there on 10/20/18. Just curious, is the shiny dime still up there? View Comment
Erik Howes
Oct 8, 2018
Such a rad picture, Brent! View Comment
Bobby Mustard
Oct 1, 2018
The second pitch’s crux is above a mean ledge, and the top is extremely dirty and has some loose rock. It’s… View Comment
matthewWallace
Oct 1, 2018
Eli, why do you not recommend the second pitch? View Comment
AWinters
Oct 1, 2018
Which is why I didnt want to leave it as "sport". This was bolted on lead as per local ethics and and requ… View Comment
Daniel Kaye
Oct 1, 2018
I wouldn't think of this as sport or well bolted - a slip getting to b3 which was a tad high wouldn't be a… View Comment
Daniel Kaye
Oct 1, 2018
(6) bolts to my count, and unlike some other lone 'sport' routes in climbing areas like this, it's actually… View Comment
John Goodlander
Sep 27, 2018
Anyone know how long this cliff seeps after a summer rain? View Comment
Andie Gemme
Sep 20, 2018
Did this route last weekend. We ended up doing a lot of cleaning and knocked off some massive loose rocks… View Comment
AWinters
Sep 18, 2018
Hard to say, but we'll leave as is View Comment
M Sprague
Sep 18, 2018
If most won’t use gear, I’d tick sport, otherwise trad. The protection rating and comments in the descripti… View Comment
AWinters
Sep 18, 2018
Trad/sport.. Cant click both in the description.. Admin?? View Comment
JD1984
Sep 10, 2018
The steep climbing for the last third of the route was excellent! View Comment
Robert Hall
Aug 28, 2018
My guess is that came down with the big rains of "Halloween" 2017; it's far too new to have been formed by… View Comment
Jeffrey LeCours
Aug 12, 2018
Cool View Comment
Northeast Alpine Start
Jul 16, 2018
Just saw this comment, yes Mark you got it right View Comment
Rob Blakemore
Jul 16, 2018
If you like Adirondacks style slide climbing this is a highly pleasant slide, with an approach similar to B… View Comment
Todd Soto
Jul 13, 2018
I think that the first move is quite well protected with a number 3. I used that weird offset metolius cam.… View Comment
Robert Hall
Jul 9, 2018
I think "YES" this is Artist's Arete Variation; he seems to be looking at the crux (??) crack that leads to… View Comment
Robert Hall
Jul 9, 2018
"G" is Right Side Route with the Artist's Arete Variation, done as one long pitch. (The best belay being to… View Comment
Robert Hall
Jul 9, 2018
If you compare the "before and after" (the rockfall) photos of the route it would seem that, at the very le… View Comment
Robert Hall
Jul 9, 2018
Wonderful "juggy" Pitch 2. View Comment
Robert Hall
Jul 9, 2018
I thought the crux (5.7 or so, but "sew-it-up" protection) was the finger crack/corner a few feet left of… View Comment
Rob Blakemore
Jun 27, 2018
yeah same as (winter route) High & Dry neice.com/2013/02/high-and-… View Comment
Curtis Tripp
Jun 21, 2018
Another tip on the approach: You really aren't on the Greenleaf trail for all that long, keep an eye out fo… View Comment
Bobby Mustard
Jun 11, 2018
Initially when I climbed this I went out to the left like the original line intended and found a forced lin… View Comment
Bobby Mustard
Jun 11, 2018
The guidebook gives this thing 10c, I felt like it was 11- so I split the difference. Super safe, get after… View Comment