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Comments by guangzhou (70)


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You have one funny and goofy looking partner dude

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Less sharp, but coaral non the less

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one of my favorite route there. That picture remnds me of what I am thinking at that point.

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Thanks, I like that the belayer is looking up towards the camera.

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I guess that's because I such a good photographer. WINK WINK

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That's my wife, YAHOO>>>>>>

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Looking good, she's so strong.

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4 out of 5 stars Nice picture, I like the ocean in the background.

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I love this route, and the photo does it justice.

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Nice, I spend my summers living in Bartlette, I think I will add this route to my must do list.

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I made the home page

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I guess that means you're old too..

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It's interesting, the people who complain about the bolts have never been there.

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This picture is right side up, I shot it from the top down. The ground is below the climber. I don't understand how I would rotate this in any other way.

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Cosmin, you know me better than that. I don't tape.

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What do you mean by "old Places."

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Trucks above: sure wopuld suck if my hands went all the way through and I managed to get it run over.

Eman

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Actually, I left the pack in the lower right corner to help show that this was not a top down shot.

Eman

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Stud

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It's this one still waiting for a second accent?

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Great route, see yopu next time you come to mainland china

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I think the route deserve a 5.9 not 5.10

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Paradise FOrks rocks. I have to climb there again, so many great cracks

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When it comes to bolts, go with the locl ethics.

Move one

Nice photo and I look forward to climbing the line next summer. Bolted or not.

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Actually, Mpix memebr gave me the name of a publication to whom I sent a Tiff file too. They bought it and paid my 350 American for it.

I am not good at the saturation,level, curves, or any other PS skills. So I am anxious to see what the magazine does with it.

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Your directions are backwords

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i climbed that line a few years ago. Thanks for the memories, it's one of my favorite lines anywhere.

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A great route

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The sky looks exactly like the sky at Youngshuo id you ask me. Lead Grey. Nice shot and a good route too.

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Excellent shot. Cam looks ok to me. Falling on worse for sure.

Nice to see other people climb trad at RRG too. So many forget about the great trad lines there.

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She looks vagely familiar to me. Her name?

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I love this route. I think it's a fare 5.11. I managed to onsite it, so it's not 5.11+. Felt about the same as Ariation at Cathedral, harder than Ten Years After in Yosemite. Regardless, it's a wonderful route with excellent and easy to place gear.

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Looks like such a great climb. Makes me want to spend a couple weeks working it.

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Nice shot. Keep up the shooting and climbing.

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Yet one more reason to live in Greece next.

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Wow, excellent photo. Reminds me of when I first started climbing. Even the hex having webbing around the corde to kee things organized. Nice.

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An excellent route, nice photo too. An people say that the Gorge is only good for sport climbing.

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France does have a fair amount of gear routes, It's just that Americans don't want to admit you can climb hard like Europeans and still have trad routes. The "anyone can climb hard trad" but let's see them climb on gear attitude. This does look like an excellent route for me next summer.

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Looks like fun.

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Kelut has some excellent climbing. Looking for a partner to do some first ascents there. Something on the big face, not the short stuff.

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Having climbed this route, which is now unfortunately bolted, the route is actually dead vertical. Excellent rock on the formation. About 400 to 500 Vertical cracks up to 800ft are waiting for more people to do first ascent. 20 minute approach.

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How far is Shi Du Tianjin. (Driver with car)

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How far is Shi Du Tianjin. (Driver with car)

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How far is Shi Du Tianjin. (Driver with car)

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It's really an amazing route. What agreat place to climb, I must get there again.

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A great shot of an excellent looking route. I will definitely visit Crazy Horse this year.
Eman

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Thanks for the advice, noted.

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Just the bolt end.

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Wow, I can't believe I never got on this route. Looks excellent

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YOu have some great shots for sure. I notice you keep making the front page of RC too. On my list of places to climb this year.

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I had the opportunity to climb here a few year back. If you want first ascent, and you can place gear, this area is spectacular. We put up a couple of three or four pitch routes.

Local village will house you and feed you too.

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Excellent shot. Headed to your website to see more.

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Looks height dependent to me.

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Ha, I miss climbing in China. So much rock, most of it untouched.

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Looks excellent, Indonesian has some much climbing to offer and the rest of the world barely knows about it. Eman at Class 5 Indo, Indonesia's full service rock climbing gym. www.indoclimb.com

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Excellent climbing on great rock. Eman at Class 5 Indo, Indonesia's full service rock climbing gym. www.indoclimb.com

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Not a great route, but a great position. Eman at Class 5 Indo, Indonesia's full service rock climbing gym. www.indoclimb.com

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If all you're looking for is a climbing destination, this is best avoided. Not worth a climber's time. Eman at Class 5 Indo, Indonesia's full service rock climbing gym. www.indoclimb.com

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Excellent rock I'm told, can't wait to climb one of the two existing routes. Eman at Class 5 Indo, Indonesia's full service rock climbing gym. www.indoclimb.com

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Steve still going strong. A great partner for sure.

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Nice shot, a very fun route too. 90 ft wall is nice during the week.

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I do miss this crack for a workout. At least I have a climbing gym now.

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Thanks for the comments. A great route, and nice photo too.

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Sport route? No bolts anywhere on the crack or near it. Second pitch is a # 5 Camelot and bigger crack.

First ascent for sure.

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Yes it is. Not so new anymore, we're celebrating one birthday this month.

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Ground up is the only way on this formation. Access to the top would take a month to clear. Using bolts when needed, which seems often. Gear when ever possible. All routes will have bolted belays so people can rappel and not inferere with other routes.

The right side of the wall, not in this photo is 2 pitches high also, steep to vertical face climbing. Those will be mostly 5.10+ and above face climbs on crimps and crystals.

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Yes, her name is Ernita. My main climbing partner. A wonderful wife for sure. "August too."

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If you come here and put up a route, you can put it up in any style you want. I and others who climb here, am not against fully bolted routes. Actually a nice variety of both is very nice.

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So many reasons. First, the area does have some nice cracks, I just don't bolt cracks. Many of the face pitches in between the cracks take good gear, since people are already carrying the gear for the crack pitches, might as well let them use it on the face pitches too.

Second, not everything needs to be bolted. I, and many others, actually enjoy placing gear.


Third, cost. Bolting 15 to 20 pitch routes, as you most likely know, get expensive fast.

Fourth, so people, myself included, don't mind the added commitment level.

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Wow, where in Mexico. Definitely looks like it's worth a trip. Gorgeous.