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Unexpected beautiful day at the Glen

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Unexpected beautiful day at the Glen

Meteorologists foiled again! Despite predicted storms and dim outlook on quality campgrounds, we drove 4.5 hours to the Glen and enjoyed a beautiful Saturday of bouldering. Pictured above is my girlfriend Lindsey climbing an aesthetic, fingery, unknown V2ish boulder.
Submitted by: geobum on 2008-06-24
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Climbing solution cavities at Elephant Rocks

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Solution erosion of the limestone at Elephant Rocks makes many of the climbs a scramble up razor-sharp pockets.
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-06-17
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Quack quack!

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Demonstrating how quacking can help you send the classic Donald Duck mantle problem (V2). Mind your rib cage!
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-06-17
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elephant rocks slopey fun

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after arriving at elephant rocks, i met some friendly portuguese climbers (sorry for not remembering your names). they worked a technical V5 for much of the afternoon, but did not send. i wandered over to give it a try and inspired one of them to give it one more go. he sent it this time, with style! :)
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-06-06
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a technical bulge at elephant rocks

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a shallow two finger pocket is all you get to mantle this slopey bulge-- maybe next time-- unnamed V5 (rock deluxe guide).
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-06-06
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Trying Beautiful Edges (V4) at Spittle Hill

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I had seen this problem on rc.com and told Gary (socialclimber) I wanted to try it before we left. An area classic, which means polished by years of muddy boulder shoes. I only made it part of the way. Gary (spotting) made it to the top, but couldn't finish. Maybe next time!
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-05-21
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Bouldering at sunset at Castle Hill

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Alisa Orrin climbing a small boulder near the footpath at Spittle Hill as the sun sets in the background.
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-05-21
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Standing among the Boulders

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Profile picture: My girlfriend, Alisa, and I at Castle Hill.
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-05-20
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stepping into the light

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high-ball traversing just south of the north caves at long beach. traverse low for something pumpy.
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-05-07
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team effort at long beach

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just in case photoshop composites aren't clichéd...here's the team on a fun V1 traverse around the lip of a cave at Long Beach, Dunedin. New Zealand.
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-04-29
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working a wet mt. cargill boulder

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on the hike up mt. cargill, which can be either 1.5 hours or 20 minutes depending on where you park, you will find a few basalt boulders along the paths. this one here has the most potential. slightly overhung, with potential for Veasy-Vhard face and arete problems.
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-04-02
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basalt hates hands

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climbing the arete to the left of cave no3 at long beach, dunedin. photo by chris ?.
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-03-03
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Stairway to heaven

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Bouldering a pillar atop Buttars Peak adjacent to Mt. Cargill in Dunedin, New Zealand.
Submitted by: geobum on 2006-02-19
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