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cschirmer


Nov 3, 2010, 8:56 AM
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hidden trad climbing in nor cal
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I love that my home town crags (Susanville Ca.) are trad climbing friendly and hard! not one route under 5-9 which keeps the riff raff away, this site is off base most of the routes are not even listed and two of the spots are not even on this site which is bad to the bone. and my house is half a mile from pigeons cliff. Toms thumbs is a little easyer but taller our 60 meter doubled over dosent touch by about 40 feet the only way to the top is to lead there is no sramble. Three nice belay stations with brand new chains Pro is good with finger size too fist size cracks and a few strung out bolts on some hard face routes. my email is cschirmer@live.com


gmggg


Nov 4, 2010, 7:35 AM
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cschirmer wrote:
I love that my home town crags (Susanville Ca.) are trad climbing friendly and hard! not one route under 5-9 which keeps the riff raff away, this site is off base most of the routes are not even listed and two of the spots are not even on this site which is bad to the bone. and my house is half a mile from pigeons cliff. Toms thumbs is a little easyer but taller our 60 meter doubled over dosent touch by about 40 feet the only way to the top is to lead there is no sramble. Three nice belay stations with brand new chains Pro is good with finger size too fist size cracks and a few strung out bolts on some hard face routes. my email is cschirmer - at - live - dot - com

Sounds awesome!

Maybe i'll hit you up next time I'm in the area. One friendly word of warning though; It's not always a good idea to put your full email address like that on heavily trafficked public internet forums. It's a good way to get mucho spam. I fixed your email using one common method.


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Nov 4, 2010, 12:57 PM
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cool story bro


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