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Comments by cragmasterp (227)


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like climbing in a star trek set

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4 out of 5 stars sounds like you got it wired dude (in need of a desert trip?)
whatever - the chick looks gripped making for a white knuckle clenching pick

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good shot man

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freakin masochist

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yowza what a pleasant sight for winter eyes

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that too cool

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dorky butt shot

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5 out of 5 stars Note: This photo was not altered in photoshop in any way. This represents the actual lighting conditions when the photo was taken (morning light). The route is approx. 120' tall, and I am about 20' from the top.

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This route is called "tastes like chicken", and it is actually on the Rigor Wall. You have the toprope set up to the right of the finish to this route; standard finish would go straight up from where the climber is.

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Knappy Wig, 5.7. You're just about to start the good part.

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These are the anchors at the top of Tip of the Iceburg, 5.10. They are about 10 years old, stainless bolts and galvinized steel chain.

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Lotsa good crack on the iceburg.

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sweetie

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this man has no head

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4 out of 5 stars Bozoo rocks! photo makes this route look slabbier than it actually is... I would say this route is dead vertical.

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Try combining the first two pitches of this route into one and then step left and climb "easy Skankin" a hidden 5.9 sport route pitch near the top of the south end.

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5 out of 5 stars Action Packed!

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3 out of 5 stars Cracklover, you are right. He missed the gear in the (2nd?) overlap. There are also 2 more pieces of gear after the bolt and before the belay. ( i have led the route more times than i can count)

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INSANE IN THE MEMBRANE

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5 out of 5 stars Surf it doood! 10 for the photoshop work!

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Nice Tighty-Whities and EB's. Old School!

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5 out of 5 stars Dis is da sh!t, moe

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and the bolts...

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5 out of 5 stars Nice to see this route on the screen. Did he lead it all in one pitch, or split it in two?

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A bold lead, and hard for the grade.

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tradical

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4 out of 5 stars damn

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killer dude

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shweetness

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looks like a historic piton to me

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5 out of 5 stars rock steady plumb line. bithin back becca.

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5 out of 5 stars I love it. Photo angle does make this route look harder than it is. great shot!

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1 out of 5 stars Bolted cracks are gay.

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wicked hard.

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Avast Ye, Matey! Grab hold of yonder rail and reef hard to starboard! Yarrghh!

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5 out of 5 stars dreamlike, ephemeral

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she looks crazy like a zombie gonna eat yer brains!!

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Pretty sure this is the Labor Day corner. nowinowski must be thinking of High Times, the 10c splitter that is located 30' to the right. This corner goes at 5.8+ to anchors under roof, the 10c crux is encountered when you rail left to the finish.

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5 out of 5 stars Thanks for rekindling those NRG memories, waking up to that view. Endless Wall (diamond point) in the background.

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4 out of 5 stars eurotrash babe . . . mmmm...sunny beach, warm water; nice winter fantasy

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I remember that route as being a very sustained 5.9

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Seneca moonlight epics are good for the soul.
Cotton mouth/venom arete/flake looking tasty to the right.

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Lucky Bastard

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looks hard

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4 out of 5 stars Classic attire, 9+

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Love the B&W tones on this one

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Mad props to ya Mal for your efforts;
But as far as the photo goes I find it highly ironic that the other foot is cut off by the frame of the photo.

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blurry

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Phattness factor = 10

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Way to go Jen! i love that route.

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A+ for creative writing and A for photoshop skills!

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Awesome route. Stokes CMT is just to the left, crack line thru roof.

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4 out of 5 stars what up sean. looks like yall wva boys made a trip to Moab! good times, i am sure.

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Mr. Parker, I presume?

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Matching nail polish, very nice touch. I can only hope there is matching eye shadow under those shades.

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Yes, I do believe that reagan's nose problem is the arete to the left of the climber. That problem he is on is one hard mo fo to top out.

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ropeburn: he is at the shuts on the 1st pitch, which is only 40' up. Its an easy lead (5.3?) and since it is his 1st, no wonder he missed the placements. good job mike. use your nut tool next time to dig out a placement or two. you can lead up to the ledge in one pitch if you want to, but it is a little more that a full 60m rope length, so be prepared for a little simu-climbin'.

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Blow Up

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4 out of 5 stars mucho betta bigga

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nice shot dude.

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4 out of 5 stars youz iz jonezin for some climbin' to find that line. nice URL, well done.

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That's a kick ass route, man.

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Ah Seneca. Sounds like you had a typical getting to know Seneca lead climbing lesson.

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4 out of 5 stars Kick Ass.

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I thought this route was put up by Eddie Begoon, r-rated trad, originally. THen it was bolted by Doug Cosby in the early 90's, not knowing that Eddie had already led it.

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A 30' whip on a route that is 70' tall is pretty scary. did he rip any pro or was he just run out.

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4 out of 5 stars Killer NRG shot.

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If he can lead even most of the way up agent orange i will give the dude some props. That is one punchy crack.

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4 out of 5 stars Mmmmm...carabiners

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Clip that pin and you got it in the bag.

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4 out of 5 stars Luv that route.

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this beautiful route is currently closed to climbing, as is all of Nelson Rocks last time I checked; unless you want to pay for the Via.

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way to go dude!

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soulful

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4 out of 5 stars sweet shot as usual. classic cragin' route.

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screw you man, i red-pointed that route and it was awesome!

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nice belay gloves

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who you callin a butt lover?

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5 out of 5 stars Nice to see a new perspective of this much photographed route.

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HEADJAM!

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beautiful rock, nice photo too.

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Bravo

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Focused

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great photo except for the wierd frame

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i also heard that they are gonna put a Starbucks in at the base. shweet!

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quit yer whinin' boy
that there's a fine route, with many a tasty jam and lock.
And the gear is better than castor at the start.

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5 out of 5 stars This picture is kick-ass.

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makes we want to grab a rack of stoppers and crank!

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4 out of 5 stars NRG has got the crack

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4 out of 5 stars veddy kick arse

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5 out of 5 stars Ummm... dosen't look like you need a new rack to me...you have a very healthy rack i would say.

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5 out of 5 stars fo real yall. action packed.

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4 out of 5 stars kick arse mate

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well composed photo, strong back, and sweet nutall sandstone!

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4 out of 5 stars kick arse!

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5 out of 5 stars fuckin hilarious

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the infamous Mr. Glitch

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you look like you're lovin' it. c'mon, you love it.

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i hope you kicked her ass for that. but if she was really pulling you up the cliff bat-man style, she's gotta be supa strong.

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intense expression, nice shlopers, great photo.

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KICK ARSE, MATE

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urban rock

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4 out of 5 stars nice pic

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thats alot of gear

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nice lighting and loops of slack. looks cool

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His copper colored head and lack of a rattle makes me think this is actually a big fat copperhead.

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Thats purty, me like pink crack

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5 out of 5 stars Very impressive work.

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fer fuks sake, you could at least rotate the bloody photo

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thats purty

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4 out of 5 stars Nice

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that is one mack daddy truck anchor bolt there your rope is looped through. sweeet!

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hell yeah man, thanks. i feel a whole lot better.
bolting cracks is just a waste. save those bolts for routes that need em, cause bolts don't grow on trees.

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Bolted cracks in WVA?! The horror. Must be an E. Horst production. WTF

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Sauratown Mountain, and Pilot Mountain are seen on the left side of the photo.

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Fun, well protected 5.9 route on endless wall in the NRG

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holy hottness

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4 out of 5 stars ahh seneca. great route, looks like a nice day. Crack of Dawn is a nice 2nd pitch option for finishing that route too.

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Strong mommy.

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spring loaded stitch plate...very hot

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why so micro

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5 out of 5 stars damn funny, well done!

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slice o' life

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cool photo

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f*CK YEAH

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Thats pretty sweet for a backyard prob in the ole appalachia'

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5 out of 5 stars one of the best 5.8 pitches in the state

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5 out of 5 stars yoWza, dats da shit, mo

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RoCkin SOcks, mOm!

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nice clarity and focus

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thats freakin weird

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That route is a chalk whore, dosent get any rain

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f'in swweet

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hey professor, whats another word for pirate treasure?

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that boy is gettin tossed like an old piece of fruit

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those boots are made for walkin'

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like the composition

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hotties coolin' off

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seneca

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Looks like Candy Corner to me, with Drop Zone (11b) the thin crack system to the climbers left.

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That route is called Fantasy. Autumn is at the RRG, and also is a classic 5.8

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hottie alert

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Excellent drawings, very nice.

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backwards photo for sure.

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That route was put up by a girl...Angie's first sport FA

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4 out of 5 stars That was a spooky pitch in my book.

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I see you found the boulders on the fireroad.

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Looks like Ye Gods and Little Fishes to me.

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you will float that route one day

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luv that route, fun run above roof

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looks sweet, how hard is that thang?

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very, very nice

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nice 3 bo prob yo bro

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why bolts if there is crack?

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lovely

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neato lookin route,

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minty fresh

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you better sniff that thing before you stick your fingers into it

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5 out of 5 stars Lovely

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thats just silly

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4 out of 5 stars silly girl

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At least they're all wearing headlamps on their helmets.

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silly people

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fer fux sake

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lookin good

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4 out of 5 stars dats da shit, mo

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kick arse

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4 out of 5 stars chilly looking, committed to the sport. i like it.

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something is not quite right about this...i have a feeling that it is easier than it looks.

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motion

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Hiking? how bout climbing some 5.10+ routes. Some good ones around there i bet.

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nice pic

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i personally would not call that a "sport" route...

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This is being recycled, nice shot though

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isn't that Ant's Line?

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butt shot

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looks huge

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3 out of 5 stars great route

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That is a fantastic route, a KP classic

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location?

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OMFG!!!

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very nice route

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Arrgh matey, the narrows. mighty fine route thar

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i want to flip this 180

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classic

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bust a jam

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they look a bit past prime

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that shadow is looney tunes

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ats da shit, mo

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way to go!

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Looks grand

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very cool place to climb. an atmospheric route.

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it was pocket city before it was hidden hilltop. Zook named it hidden hilltop.

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still a 5.9+, just as it was the day we established it. it has had a low hold snap off, but does not effect the grade.

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Tastes Like Chicken

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Moores Wall? I don't think so.

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word...

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very beautiful

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that's a cool route, climb it!

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fer fux sake, just stand up and walk

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5 out of 5 stars Very nice, fantastic route.

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Great route. took my wife up that once. Loved it.

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Whitegrass Rules!

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5 out of 5 stars fer fooks sake

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Sauratown is closed

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3 out of 5 stars trippy

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mixed rulz

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nice composition

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nostril shot

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handsome and well hung

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focus is nice

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okie dokie

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kick arse route

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Note route "Riding the Crest Of A Wave" in the background; which ascends flakes and cracks. Really nice trad line, one of the tallest in the NRG.

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looks klassic

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nice.

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hellz yes!

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tacos...mmmmmm

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fell asleep on that ledge once when a rain storm popped up on us.

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Nice!

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3 out of 5 stars blurry but nice

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good route, somewhat obscure. Mr. Workman's crack also good.

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climb on

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Sweet looking line

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What'd ya put in the middle?

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5 out of 5 stars Photo by Mike Turner

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tilt that photo much?