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Comments by lexmark (35)
I don't know the name of this problem, but it is only V1. To rate V4 at Big Bend the climb must be ridiculouisly difficult.
If you go up, the problem is VO. If you are doing the traverse around the boulder, it is V7.
Oh, I'm sorry. Is 10 good?
You like the groove in back don't ya crimp.
How obvious! A thinly veiled attempt at flipping off the rockclimbing.com nation of nitwits. Surely a 10!
you may not
Is he headbutting the wall?
you just like the ass part. "Sweet Ass Crack"
Whoa! He's a stud!
This picture belongs in Big Bend Boulders.
McGillicuddy is like 5'9". He stuck it, but not on camera. We have plenty of pics of myself and another sending the problem, but at 6'3" tall my frame dwarfs the boulder.
The next move is the real business. WHere's that shot?
HArdest V4 ever!
looks like left breast arete, v3 i think.
Jean shorts at the crag? I mean come on people that makes us all look bad.
Wncclimber, then I blame you. However, you will be okay, the pain from words will fade.
Best Picture on the Site
Very good anger though.
Is that sticky rubber on the Keds?
Photon loves that climb, he would know. Actually he's wrong, but he is still Mr. Pictured Rocks.
why is this pic voted higher than a 1?
get a bigger wall
Pancho is very dense
Obviously Auwles has never seen him in his purple two piece
It's jean shorts that are wrong and they should simply never be worn. As for the purple two-piece, you must see it to appreciate the man-beauty
How hard do these kids pull?
He is a fancy boy! Fancy schmancy purple pantsy!
There is no climbing in that picture, it appears to be hauling practice!
Hey, it's Iowa. If you wanna climb harder than 5.12 you gotta make the hard routes harder. Next time I'll lead it with my eyes closed.
Gotta love the feet flyin free after clipping a nasty spinner!
Between articles on silo climbing and this, Iowa wil never have to worry about the flocking hordes.
Nice, after you're done, make sure to climb the railroad bridge route that uses glues on holds up to a beautiful cement crack.
I know you're new to climbing, but that is certainly not a project. It's probably been done in every variation thousands of times.
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