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gnectar


Nov 15, 2006, 9:00 PM
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Anyone pretty familiar with the routes at E-rock. I've planned a b-day trip with a few friends to do some climbs there. My friends are beginners and I would like to know what are some good routes in the 5.6-5.8 range. We are primarily looking at top roping courses. My dad is helping in belaying and teaching my friends the basics (he used to be on a mountain rescue team in CA). I've been to Enchanted rock before, but that was a while back and I don't recall much. My trip is planned for the 8-10 of Dec. Any suggestions? Thanks.


dr_feelgood


Nov 16, 2006, 5:16 AM
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If i were you, I'd head back to Motorboat rock. Plenty of good, easily top-ropeable routes. Bring some passive pro for anchors as slinging trees is not allowed in the park. You could also head over to the carnivoures, however, i think the ratings are a bit stiffer than motorboat. Check out http://www.erockonline.com for more.


gnectar


Nov 17, 2006, 12:05 PM
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thanks for the suggestions.


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