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strumpickenz


Aug 3, 2009, 10:42 AM
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Buzzard's Topo  (North_America: United_States: North_Carolina: Western: Dixon_School_Boulders)
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Does anyone have basic topo information for this climbing area? I have been a few times now, finding loads of (seemingly) untouched slabs and projects...as well as some developed stuff. In the route/problem descriptions, there is a BJ boulder, Daydream, ect.... but it's hard to know what is what...any help here?


slumdrunk


Feb 14, 2010, 3:52 PM
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i second this?


phoenixfire


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Check the CCC website, www.carolinaclimbers.org, for an upcoming guidebook of the place. The book may be a little bit off in the distance, but they're shooting pictures for the book this Saturday (3-27-10) at Dixon. I'm sure if you show up then, somebody can get you oriented.

Brad
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FrankyFiveFingers


Apr 23, 2010, 12:03 PM
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I cant seem to find anything on CCC's website. Anyone have anything? A crude map drawn with crayons? Anything? I keep climbing up there every weekend, but I have no idea of the names of the routes/problems I am climbing. It'd be nice so I could rate some of these routes posted here.


phoenixfire


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Its now gotten shuffled downa little on the messageboard. You have to have an account in order to see the entire messageboard, but you dont have to be a CCC member to get an account. Create an account and check the messageboard for a post by "mattski"...Matt is the guy getting the Dixon book together. I think they had to reschedule to photo session until this past weekend, but due to rain might have had to push it back again until next weekend. Stay up to date on the CCC board for sure though!
Brad


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sweet, thanks man. I was actually up there climbing on Sunday from 2-5 or so but didnt see anyone..... but heard there were some folks climbing earlier in the day Sunday. I will look up that post, I really appreciate your reply.


GreenGoblin7


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Any word on this guidebook now? I have been climbing out there a few times a week and although I'm pretty sure I have found all the problems it would still be nice to know their ratings and have a map of the area.


CBakker8215


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If anyone can give clear directions as to where exactly the BJ boulder and the Patio boulders are located that would be very helpful.
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