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Comments by ACJ (11)


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Cool shot, and I wear a helmet so this in no way is me saying take it off but it takes away from the pic a bit in my opinion. Not because you are wearing it but because it sucks my eyes into it since it is bright white. I have had that happen in a few of my photos as well. Nice send though!

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A little blurry and glared, any other shots of the sequence?

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Cool shot, brilliant color.

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Looks like fun, nice shot. The only thing I don't like is that the polka dot looking chalk bag pulls my eyes to it.

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lol wow reading the comments for this one points out a lot of stuff that I wouldn't have noticed otherwise...

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5 out of 5 stars Thanks for all the comments. I think the difficulty varies on your finger size (obviously) and if you find the rare rests on the face for your feet. It's definitely thin, purple TCU or green C3s for the crux. Otherwise it varies nicely. I have heard that it has a very similar, but slightly harder crux than Serenity Crack out in Yosemite. So if you have climbed that, maybe you would agree?

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5 out of 5 stars This was one of those days at the South Side where everything is soaked except for 1-2 lines. Had a great time though.

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5 out of 5 stars Yep it can be done in two pitches. Most of it is easier than 5.7 but there are 1-2 moves on it that are "5.7 Cruxes"

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5 out of 5 stars Makes Arizona look green!

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5 out of 5 stars There are plenty of slopers there and they win you over with time. It's a great place to get strong and you'll be heel hooking and slapping up slopers a whole lot better by the time you leave!

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4 out of 5 stars I wish the picture didn't cut off the belayers foot and a bit of the crash pad. As well as remove whatever is in the cave? Other than that cool shot. I always appreciate a little slack from my belayer for a "soft" catch. I wonder why anyone bothered with bolting the start anyway? Or is he higher than it looks?