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Comments by collegekid (50)
nice pic...reminds me of the time i saw a guy downclimbing with a beer in his hand
hey wow i was just at malibu creek today...i was the sunburned guy bouldering around and jumping into the water ...it was my first time there, and i'm going back the next chance i get :)
actually that's exactly what happened to me...luckily i had 2 crashpads below me. Still a scary experience though.
are there enough "easy" climbs at the 'hole to keep a v1-v3 boulderer occupied? me and some friends went there, most of the stuff that had chalk on it was out of our league. Oh yeah, is the water flowing now? it was dried up in the summer.
are those chalk marks on top..holds? Damn!
For one, it's spelled without an "h". I can't even recognize me! Weird.
redrocks is rad
i wish san diego had climbing like that.
swimminghole is pristine...all it needs are some bolts to ruin it. Aren't local ethics supposed to reign supreme? If you need pro, use natural pro. ....I can't wait to get out there again.
sick looking problem...i wish sd had stuff like that
rad...i wish there was stuff like that near me. It looks almost like the climber could break it (at the top at least).
I've worked on this problem, yet i never needed to use a crimper, anywhere...is this some variation? Ocean's 11 has it as a v2, but it's definitely harder than any v2 i've ever done.
nice shorts. And yes, otay licks balls...unless you like featherbagged, overbolted sport routes ( me ) located near a prison and shooting range (not me)
The blood on his fingers and his half hidden facial expression really make it seem like he's pushing the limit. BURLY.
cool looking problem, and location
have you gotten that? it is SICK!! I can barely hang from that thing.
yeah, i see you can hang from it...but did you send it?
no holds? it looks like he's liebacking...
i wish i could have been there (i'm assuming this was over thanksgiving)
dangit, i wanted to try that mantle...but totally forgot when i was there. This place has just too much to climb!
do you bump left hand to the last hold?
cool, i was there when they took the pic!
how hard is it???
i still use my Ti82...bought an 86 for school but never used it. In fact, I think the most I ever use my 82 for is multiplication.
Dang it, I was gonna say "wow, that's one overhanging church!" but curt sorta stole my thunder.
I've never seen such cool rock!
cryder know's what's up...I got tired just sitting there for the pic
sick looking boulder.
I was wondering how you got so much tension in it.
Classic. I sure hope he switched his heel hook to a toe. First time I tried the mantle I didn't; the heel popped and I landed on my back.
painful landing w/out a pad--very cool buildering problem though
Look how small his foot is too! What a freak!
you wuss, the next hold is only 3 feet away!
One of my all-time favorite boulder problems.
That move is frigging hard.
To add: The boulder directly behind this one (slightly visible in the picture) may be short, but it has quite a challenging undercling traverse...I challenge you to go right, top out, downclimb, and traverse left to top out again! Your biceps will hate you for it...
Also, the "official" lieback problem, in my opinion, is sans undercling and top out direct (no going right on jugs!) Good 5.11 b if you ask me.
One Cut Above is definitely 5.12a, and very height dependent
only 10a for walkman? crap, i must be weak. :)
add to #2: Bear hug with crack~11a
Dang adam, you've really got this place wired now...I'd like to try to follow you on your circuit!
didn't you know? Back in the day, they didn't clean routes--they soloed them--holds breaking off and lichen were just a part of the challenge.
they all suck, go to woodson ;)
how the heck do you do this thing? c22, have you done it?
Heh...now i understand the problem name, thanks ike
Josh is getting too good at climbing.
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Monday, December 22 2014
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