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hunters power line

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this is a sample topo from my PA guide. More problems have been added since this rough draft done last year. I hope the graphic will stay consistant during duplication on this site.
Submitted by: roclimb on 2006-06-21
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Christa leading a super classic at Indian Rocks

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I entered some of these photos in a different area I was calling elk since it was near to the border of the forest. Now tht there is an actual section for indian rocks I thought I would add these.
Submitted by: roclimb on 2006-04-17
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Rob on Terror of Tiny Tim

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A cold day out at "The Knobs". Rob on Terror of Tiny Tim an area classic and one of the hardest lines at "The Knobs". The rock quality is superb and the climb follows a great rail with edges up to long horizontals at the bulging top section. Climber: Rob Holzman; Photo: Jess Lewis.
Submitted by: roclimb on 2005-12-20
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Christa  leading a mega classic in Elk County

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A several bolt classic on one of the most high quality rock in the region. New River esque stone, sloping holds, and steep rock are staples of this area. The sandstone is 4-star quality. several quality sport routes lie within the region. This one is perhaps the best at this outcrop. Photo of Christa Messick, Route is 5.10d. Photograph by Rob Holzman.
Submitted by: roclimb on 2005-12-15
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Rob Holzman on Violent energy a 5.12d variation of this multi pitch classic

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This is Rob Holzman seconding Bob D'Antonio a few years ago on Violent energy a 5.12d in the south Platt. this is a 5.11d pitch near the top with breathteaking exposure.
Submitted by: roclimb on 2005-09-25
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