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Comments by lagarita (13)


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I love the picture, but the climber looks like he's got a sun burn. I think I've seen this pic on Mpixs, I hope they weren't too hard on ya...

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I'll be picking up some bd hexes soon. (the four largest sizes)

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aaaaaawwwwwwww... inspiring

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4 out of 5 stars Something just doesn't look right about this pic...........

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4 out of 5 stars Also, why is it that the is knowone on this site listed under the profile "this_girl_can_climb?" Very suspicious...

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It looks like you were lucky enough to have the funds to purchase all your gear at once. I on the other hand usually buy one piece of gear per pay check, weather its a biner or cam or more webbing. Good luck and climb hard.

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4 out of 5 stars I like what you were trying to do here with the depth of field.... Next time don't PS the tree as well. It gives it away. Looks like a super climb.

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I'd hate to be around when thoughs blocks break loose............

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First off my pack is only 1600 cu. in. My shoes and harness go into the bottom of my pack. The Roll goes in next and my helmet snacks camera etc. goes in on top. I still have a little room on the sides for misc. items like webbing or a rain jacket. My climbing rope goes on top of my pack and my static rope goes across my chest in a mountainers coil.

Also,I am a very good a pcking...

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Thats what the rope bag/tarp is for...

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How did you get that angle?

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I actually thought the third (next) pitch was the best. Awsome fist and feet jams...

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OMG!! I was told about this route from a climber from MA and said it was a must do. From the looks of this line he was more than right.