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climbnredrock


Dec 4, 2002, 6:10 PM
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i was wondering if someone who knows the climbs might b willing to meet me there and show me wat climbs are wat. i would me grateful if someone would.
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tigerbythetail


Dec 4, 2002, 9:56 PM
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 It should very easy to figure out what's what there as there's not many routes and they're all listed here.


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i was there yesterday but i need to know wat routes are wat i cant jump onto a 12a and do it and i dont want to leave a draw so i need to know wat routes are wat
all i need to know is wat they are rated
if u want to help me then help if u dont then dont


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 Again I suggest you read the route descriptions listed here and match them up with the climbs at the crag - reading a guidebook description or topo is an integral part of climbing. All the answers you seek are here, although keep in mind there are three chipped routes that lie between Oso Smokey and Undertow that are not listed on the database.

If you are unsure of your ability or seek less commitment most of the climbs can be TR'd by scrambling up the backside. Keep in mind a few routes have anchors below the lip and thus must be led.

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