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name that route!

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ptrendler:

two areas really but very close to each other. meadow camp and red boulder. love them both.

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at carver? pretty much par. I would say this aws maybe a little closeer than normal, but it isnt that runout anywhere. the crag is owned by a lawyer for god sakes!

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...the crag is owned by a lawyer for god sakes!

Now was that really the first thing on the mind of whoever sank those bolts?

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Alright, name that route! The one ending in the centered finger to fist sized crack to the right of corner pillar...

 

Theres a handful of people on this site that will get it...B.JPG

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Name that crag!

 

Shhh.JPG

 

Unless you've climbed with me I'd be pretty surprised if you got this one...

 

Looks like some potential to me.....I beleive it to be unclimbed, am I correct? can anyone say grade IV FA's?

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Maybe if rabbit ears were 3 times bigger. Yes its name does show up on a map.

 

You really shouldn't input based on second hand beta procurement, but, oh well. I guess anybody can read a guidebook.

 

powderhound, i've pointed it out to you in the flesh. May have even driven you up to its lookout on a detour to the real deal.

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Is that the backside of Chicken Rock in the Menagerie? And Wolf Rock in the other photo??

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from the way back machine, innacurately described as up to 65' tall in Rock and Road, a miniscule pile with a few good jams and problems

 

HighV_classic_crack_area_topo.JPG

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You really shouldn't input based on second hand beta procurement, but, oh well. I guess anybody can read a guidebook.

 

what the fuck are you talking about?

 

why do you have to turn every thread into a fist fight

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from the way back machine, innacurately described as up to 65' tall in Rock and Road, a miniscule pile with a few good jams and problems

 

HighV_classic_crack_area_topo.JPG

 

that's high valley, no?

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shameless bumps for because its rock season already!

we all know for well that for you, good sir, there is NO off-season :)

 

it might be n facing, but at least its windy!

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