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Comments by lucander (23)


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This thing is filthy =)

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4 out of 5 stars Fantastic shot. Not a bad route for a lady who told me she was a sport climber.

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where???

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5 out of 5 stars My god, everything I've done seems inconsequential now.

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4 out of 5 stars that was my first 5.9 as well, then I came back to the Gunks and took two more years before I could lead that grade again.

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Doesn't count bro, you got a toprope =)
Keep up the good work, five nine at the Gunks is mighty respectable.

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And I thought that climbing five-nine at the Gunks was an accomplishment!

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Bonticue?

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true vulgarians didn't have cams...

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Will someone PLEASE do this route and not bring a camera?
Also, it's a 5.8 variation to Three Pines in the old book ;)

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Looks a lot steeper than I remember...
The blown out background (heat & humidity) make the shot outstanding.

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Great beta photo

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So glad to see the ground up spirit of little big adventures alive and well among a chosen few Gunkies - keep up the great work!

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Shame on anyone for toproping this brilliant line.
And what's with all that rock above the anchor?

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And the SUPERCRACK below it is even better!

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RC user AMBLER needs to see this one. Why do these clusters always happen at the Gunks anyway?
DL

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People pose on this as much as they do on Modern Times or the Dangler here at the Gunks.

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And the best part...he's 4 feet off the ground!

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WTF?
This is a CLIMBING page!!!!!

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An iconic micro-crag route, thanks for posting and bringing back great memories. I still don't think it's 5.11-, even a turkey like me could lead it with only one fall.

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That's the stupid top rope anchor for Laughing Man, Welcome's anchor is a big tree 50 feet and three more roofs above.

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Nice photo. Why would anyone dyno on this? It's a wonderful line of edges and crimps. Better yet, why didn't I think of bivying here?

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1 out of 5 stars Get this foolishness out of here. Even by the rather loose standards of visual "activism" this image is irrelevant to its purported cause - like showing an athlete on the playing field advertising for a pair of pants.