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Comments by clemsonscooby (20)


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Meg, you need to climb more. This picture is too old... Just kidding, it was nice to see you on here. Tom

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Great climb. I was nervous on a few traverse moves a made, especially clipping the second bolt and moving past it. The anchors are in an awful stance as well. I had to clip a draw and have my belayer take so I could set the anchor up, because it was too far away from the easy stance and I am 5'11". Good luck sending it if you haven't already.

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I thought maybe you were hiding your identity since its not open to climbing yet.

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I've seen a bunch of those at RB and Laurel. Wake up call.

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Are you seriously removing rock from a face? LNT?!

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Thats some beautiful granite, nice shot ladies!

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This is deprived child direct, not mikey's mantle. Mikey's mantle starts on the flake out right and pulls over the flake with a mantle to some bolts.

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Looks more like the Nose.

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Great picture. Captures the wildness of the area.

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5 out of 5 stars Is that the Jerry Haas?!

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Runout is misleading. There is a .4 or .5 C4 placement as soon as you stand up out of the crux in an eyebrow out right.

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Agreed with gripster. Its like three small moves off the belay and there is an eyebrow out right on the 3rd pitch.

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...and now for the long runout traverse. Cool route, one of my favorites at LK.

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Nice shot. How did you prevent the glare?

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That is the USlot finish, not the block route. After the crack you trend slightly left and finish in the corner.

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5 out of 5 stars Unique view of a classic SE crack. Thought the hardest part of this climb was the lack of feet to take a rest.

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5 out of 5 stars I've done it before. The first section is red C3, then you get to the actual landing and beginning of this section in the picture. Starts as .75, then to the small stuff like green and purple C3 in the crux, then back to 1 C4. The crux is definitely the foot pump.

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5 out of 5 stars Love the description

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5 out of 5 stars Nice colors and shirt

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5 out of 5 stars Nice send!