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Comments by moeman (130)


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Spectacular contrast between two totally iferent places-- the desert boulder and the high mountain peak

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Thats funny, it doesn't look like a cube to me. Good pic though

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Urban climbing at its best

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Those are some small holds there. And doesn't that hurt you're feet?

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Nice silohete

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Like the hair

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Wheres the rock?

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Looks more like free soloing to me. Great shot though- the climber really shows the scale of the rock.

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Thats some smooth rock

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I'd want a crashpad with a landing on rock like that. Looks like it would be painful if you fell on your back. Looks like a sweet spot to boulder- good climbing over a babbling brook near a small waterfall sure beats the gym

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Is that Snow?!!!? Your hands must be freezing

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Which way is up? No, I really am serios. Is the picture oriented correctly and its really overhanging? Or is the picture tilted and up is towards the blue?

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How does 4th class scrambling classify as a crux?

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That's just about the worst landing I've seen in a while. MORE LIKE A v15 on the mental factor

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Ah, the memories

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A YMCA is better than nothng

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Poor Max Stoner

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Wet Sand=Good Crashpad :) Looks like a sweet place to climb.

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"Hall of smears"- probably the best possible name for a slab climb

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Wow- that means free beer, right?

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Even if you don' make the dyno, the sandbox below would be a fun consolation prize

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Whats that on the floor?

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Nice Pants

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Sweet!

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There's climbing in Misisippi?

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This is the best panoramic shot of Yosemite i've seen in quite a while

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You're gonna fall

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That is not a V8

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I wish I lived near a playground like that.

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Are you doing a mock lead or something? There is a roe coming from both above & below. Looks like a fun climb though- pulling roof on spectacularyly solid holds.

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A wee bit highball, eh

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Trees can make for some cool (and potentiall really hard) elimminates

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I love buildering.

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You...belong...in...a...mental...intstitution. But don't we all. Those are so crazy hard looking holds for something that tall. that must reallly take guts.

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This is one of the rare gems where you can really see the texture of the rock up close. I love that

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Actually, I used a figur four in the gym las week. It was an extremely long move from a double handed jug to a little crimp with no feet at all (There is a sideways dyno to get to the jug), so the only way for a midget like me to reach the crimp was a figure for. Someone who was workingat he gym was watching in total confusion, having never seen someone pull off something like that.

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They don't call it red rocks for nothin

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Slabtacular.

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This is the crappiest picture on the site. Sorry, I had to say it.

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Look at his shoulder muscles. They're huge!

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Flex Those Abs!

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You should have used a different apperature for those light conditions in the woods, like in this picture. This would be a much better picture is it wasn't so dark

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PTPP- I'm not expert, but I think you're right- It does look a lot like Ama Dablam

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Steep!

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pretty attentive spotters, eh? Count yourself as licky

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The old chin-hook, eh?

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Whoa. me impressed

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That sucks. Seeing perfectly good rock defaced. Its a shame

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Whoa, It would be pretty nice if the park service let you climb on those things. That would be some pretty sweet roof climbing.

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The alabama hills are a great place.

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That clip looks backclipped. Or is it just the angle of the photo?

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Whats so atypical about it?

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Talk about stalactites

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Steeeeeeeeeeep!!!!!!!

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Climbnow1 does it again.

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Nice. What did you use for holds going up the staircase?

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Whoa...

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STEEP!

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looks painful

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The bottom of the picture is pretty fuzzy, but otherwise I like it.

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EXPOSED!!!! Not for those afraid of heights.

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The definition is not very crisp, but that is a good thing; it adds to the picture. When I first saw it, I thought it was an impressionist-style painting. Very well done. I give it a ten.

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20 foot runout on your first trad lead? You are hard core!

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Spectacular view, but as with your other photos, work on focusing a little bit more.

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Holy Shiznit! I wish we had stuff like that in maryland. If only. If only.

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nice view, but it wouldbe etter if it was a little more focused

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13, eh? Not bad. But the picture would be much better if you sized it down some so it could all fit on one computer screen

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whoa, theres climbing that good right above a major city? And really hot climbers too? i'm there! Oh, wait, SARS. Damn.

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Holy...

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Yoa-Zah

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Steeeeeeeeeeeeeep

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Bull$#!&. There is no way that they have a 14c at a frickin REI. Its probably at most 10a

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BEST PIC ON SITE

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SSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTTTTEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!

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Don't compain xanx- any wall is better than no wall at all

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Are u wearing 2 different shoes???

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Ouch

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Are those gutter pipes?

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I climbed that route in June. Great route. And with the bolted crack issue, consider these things: 1. This is a sport crag, remember? No one brings thier trad rack. 2. The lieback is only the fisrt half or two thirds of the route- there is 5.10 face above, which must be bolted.

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ABZ!!!!!

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Nice self promotion there...

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That pic is probably from the top of Gunkie (it could have been the bottom). He was climbing Gunkie while I was on Cardboard Crack with Andrew here (cantclimbforsht). We met him at the top.

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sorry I can't- I think you have to have submitted your own pics to vote, and i'm too much of a lazy slacker to post a picture

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Dr. Beardsley--- one of the coolest climbers i know

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ohhhh right-- you mean after we came down from the Winds--- up at that big granite buttress-- I forgot about that

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Wow. Great shot- one of the best close-ups on the site. I really like the facial expression- shows the focused determination that trad is all about

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which way is up?

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i'd put a comment about it, but i wouldn't know what to say. I'm speechless

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Not one of your best. A little out of foucus, amd my eye feels distracted

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whats with the pants?

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now THATS what i call a chockstone

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Yeha, whats with the cam in that beautiful bottleneck?

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Nice picture. Too bad its cloudy though...

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No gear in the flake?

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How steep is it? The photo make sit look pretty slabby.

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Ice in GA????

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those look more like madrocks to me

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Looks sick.. What's it go at? V...?

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I think its a joke...

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So I take it that they all toprope in Cali?

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If you could tone down that guy's orange shorts a little it would be a lot better. You can probably photoshop them grey.

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If you could tone down that guy's orange shorts a little it would be a lot better. You can probably photoshop them grey.

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A wee bit highballin' there?

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Dirty minds...

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Thats awesome. How long did it take to build, and how much did you spend on it?

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look at his profile- he lives in arizona- not much rain there

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$85-$95??? And I thought Camalots were overpriced! I hope the trango MaxCams are cheaper

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ROY LEGGETT!!! I've met you before- but you probably don't remember me. I went on an OWA trip over the summer (Ult climbing), and we met up with you in Eldo. Maybe I'll see you there this summer. Send Pete & Evan (from CO springs) my regards-- Jon Moen

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nice little runout there

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Less than ten feet off the ground, clear landing zone, two crashpads, and an attentive spotter. So how is that a scary topout?

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Its not a very busy road- just a couple trucks coming back and forth from the potash mines.

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Looks like an awesome place to be. Never take experiances like that for granite...

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Wow. Nuff' said

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stick clip probably

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I'd say break out the rack and lead that puppy

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At least he's wearing a helmet

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talk about exposure

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Its a rare photo that can reproduce the feeling of vertigo onto a computer scree Well done, excellent shot. its really conveys the feeling of HUGE exposure.

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Just be glad he didn't steal your Aliens.

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Bad pun

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Thats V2? Impressive.

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If you are in Squamish, and your name is Cam, then why are you bouldering?

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Nice socks

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Great picture, great route

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Wow. Really conveys a sense of the place. Nice lichen too.

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Is that thing stable...?

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that looks like the Aid Box... and is that brown murky flood water? Crippes thats some high water

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That's a neat looking piece of stone too, and nicely portrayed at that. Well done.

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I like where you placed the URL in the pic- blends in nicely. Much
better than the ugly placement at the bottom right corner that is all
too common.

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Great shot. Unusual view of the South peak- makes it looks like a pillar, not a fin, from this angle