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Gaston_Lagaffe

Where to go for chimneys

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Damn the Rock Gyms! Anyone care to guess why none of them have chimneys or off-widths?

 

If you ever get to SLC UT, there are a lot of chimneys on the Granite. Granite or Sandstone are good rock types to learn this art as they do not allow "cheating" by using face features, and that is generally the first thing to look for is some way to avoid the struggle....

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Veritgo on Grand Central, sandstone at it's finest!

or the SW Arete of SEWS - nice and easy

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