Skip to Content
Rock Climbing - Rockclimbing.com
How do you rate this theme:
Submit a Photo
Rock Climbing Photos
Comments by healyje (20)
Adam G. used to have custom iron/oak rope launch pads that looked sort of like the thing a shoe salesperson sits on and they bolted down on each side of this walk. He had this setup in the late 80's when he walked both a wire and tripled webbing. Not sure what happened to them...
If it's somewhere illegal - then don't. It shows a general disrespect for agreements made elsewhere...
Looks like there would be some good 'no hands' routes there...
Looks like good pro right at your shoulder level...?
That wall must be at least slightly more textured than it appears in the pic as otherwise it is hard to believe you could get up a perfect 90/90 dihedral.
John, good eyes/vision, not sure I would have ever stopped to try it...
Chris - you have an eye - good leading lines, nice rythmn, spot on contrast range, and perfect use of long exposure time.
It doesn't look so much contrived as it does over bolted - they look to be about 5 feet apart with the top one more or less at the smaller of the two cracks. And can't tell for sure from the photo but the falls look fairly clean along most of this line, but again, hard to say for sure.
Bummer a semi-matching chalk color can't be found...
Actually it was fine from that point on - it was navigating from the top of the route to this point that was the pain in the ass from our perspective.
Looks like an ass[over tea kettle]-buster if you screw up on it regardless of the rating...
I'm curious if any of that line is manufactured or enhanced...
Yep, would definitely be a'choppin that baby if I was a local. Hard to tell if it is a matter of institutional cluelessness, sacklessness or both. For that matter it would go just as well on a TR...
Mark, great shot...
Weak, bad vandalism, perp should have it carved on his ass instead - and folks b#tch and moan about all the restrictions, priceless...
You go girls! Wing that butay out there and send!!!
Darwin at work...
Now that's my idea of a good time - good for you for finding some ways out it. Cheers from an old roof rat.
The Blues are my favorite climbing of all - you folks are damn lucky to have them...
I think it's winking at us which can't be a good sign for the kid...
That's the start to Makanda Layback - 'Monkey Moves' is the very short bouldering traverse that starts immediately to your right and then traverse right about six feet.
Select a Category
Big Wall (2173)
Solo & DWS (375)
Photos submitted this week:
Monday, November 23 2015
Terms of Service