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colatownkid


Nov 4, 2010, 5:05 AM
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Classics at Lost Wall  (North_America: United_States: Georgia: Georgia_North: Lost_Wall)
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Had planned to go to T-Wall this weekend, but it's closed for hunting (glad I remembered to check that!) so we're re-routing to Lost Wall instead.

I'm looking for the classics 5.6 to .11b or so. What's recommended?


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I would probably go somewhere else. Even the better routes there are all rather dirty.


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On the way in, Guzzler and Somalian Hunger are right next to each other and both good warm-ups. Netherworld Excavation is great. From what I hear, Booze and Broads is really good too.

Watch out for poison ivy in the Netherworld approach gully!


colatownkid


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johnwesely wrote:
I would probably go somewhere else. Even the better routes there are all rather dirty.

Is it really that bad? Are you saying I should head to Jamestown instead?


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colatownkid wrote:
johnwesely wrote:
I would probably go somewhere else. Even the better routes there are all rather dirty.

Is it really that bad? Are you saying I should head to Jamestown instead?

It is not that bad, but it is also not that good either. If you have never been, then it is worth a shot.


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johnwesely wrote:
colatownkid wrote:
johnwesely wrote:
I would probably go somewhere else. Even the better routes there are all rather dirty.

Is it really that bad? Are you saying I should head to Jamestown instead?

It is not that bad, but it is also not that good either. If you have never been, then it is worth a shot.

Cool. I can live with that. I'm not going expecting T-Wall or anything, just a place where I can easily rack up some quick pitches for the day to get some variety. I'm getting pretty tired of Sand Rock.


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