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 11 
 on: Today at 02:44:30 PM 
Started by mendonza - Last post by mendonza
So i was up poking around on Crazy Wisdom, from the top of pitch one there is the sea of lichen that goes up and right which i believe is pitch 2. Far to the left is the 12a pitch on liquid sky. And in between the two is a bolted line that doesn't seem to be in the book.

Does anyone know what these bolts are and what the route is? Or am i wrong about the location of crazy wisdom and the bolts up right are on something else?

Thanks,
Matt

 12 
 on: Today at 02:03:33 PM 
Started by M_Sprague - Last post by M_Sprague
A nice new 75 foot straight fingers to hands crack.



http://www.mountainproject.com/v/the-beanstalk-crack/109258397

I started up figuring I would cruise up it for the start of the day, but soon realized I hadn't brought the gear I needed. Not feeling solid enough to want to run out the last 20 feet, I had to lower off and run down the hill to get more cams. Doh!  Amy went next and flashed it for the FA. I pink pointed it  :P

The Beanstalk Crack 5.9+, FA Amy Colburn, Mark Sprague 7/21/2014

 13 
 on: Yesterday at 10:45:51 PM 
Started by SA - Last post by lucky luke
One thing do I that Jimmy not here blabbing BS and over analyzing the climbing community. Get out there and climb.

One things is that before mountaineering of the hill, there was climber like Jimmy Dunn to show us new technique to be safer. There was also people who describe what they do and wrote it to keep the knowledge of climber like Jimmy Dunn.

But there is also exageration. Climbing with music so every people around will be disturb was maybe an exageration, drinking too much and throwing bottle down the hill is also exageration, laughing at safety concern in a way that people don't learn the safety but learn one technique that most be apply for every situation is also bad for climbing.

   

 14 
 on: Yesterday at 07:53:40 PM 
Started by lucky luke - Last post by Lucky4Uguys
Hey, Luke, I thought you had said Edlinger is only Okay since he has a "sport mentality".
Do I detect a change in tone?  There is hope yet! :)

Nop. Edlinger was a sport climber and he was doing solo at a high level. He also sign a manifest again competition in climbing because it will bring a situation where the people want to climb hard, and harder than the other, just to show there superiority as many of you who critic me do (Strandman for example describe a situation where he met patrick). Edlinger was for a practice in the direction of personal development and was for the autonomy of the climber in his activity what ever his strengh. The book he wrote with two university teacher, was a bible as good as mountaineering freedom of the hill. He describe technique to improve the skill of the climber and the psychological approach of the commitment.

I learned a lot and make good training and I was really stronger. i still can pull around 1.55 percent of my weight and don't go to the gym to ofen recently.

Peter croft and Lynn Hill are differennt, but they are similar in the respect of other practice and on the diversity of style and ethic. Autonomy is still very important for them, particularly for Croft.   

This should be considered a new thread topic LL. We should get back to the forklift. I lifted a few weights today and my arms are tired. I think tomorrow I will work on my legs, I assume they should be tired tomorrow evening. I may have to use a scale to measure my squatting force to knee pressure ratio. Then I will work on my nuts, maybe dangle them around and listen for any imperfections.

 15 
 on: Yesterday at 12:01:21 PM 
Started by SA - Last post by strandman
for the record

 16 
 on: Yesterday at 07:33:28 AM 
Started by lucky luke - Last post by lucky luke
Hey, Luke, I thought you had said Edlinger is only Okay since he has a "sport mentality".
Do I detect a change in tone?  There is hope yet! :)

Nop. Edlinger was a sport climber and he was doing solo at a high level. He also sign a manifest again competition in climbing because it will bring a situation where the people want to climb hard, and harder than the other, just to show there superiority as many of you who critic me do (Strandman for example describe a situation where he met patrick). Edlinger was for a practice in the direction of personal development and was for the autonomy of the climber in his activity what ever his strengh. The book he wrote with two university teacher, was a bible as good as mountaineering freedom of the hill. He describe technique to improve the skill of the climber and the psychological approach of the commitment.

I learned a lot and make good training and I was really stronger. i still can pull around 1.55 percent of my weight and don't go to the gym to ofen recently.

Peter croft and Lynn Hill are differennt, but they are similar in the respect of other practice and on the diversity of style and ethic. Autonomy is still very important for them, particularly for Croft.   

 17 
 on: Yesterday at 05:54:38 AM 
Started by Admin Al - Last post by acatta
I am fortunate to have had time with Brian, he truly was an impeccable man. Many years over Memorial Day in Acadia will now take on a new feeling.

 18 
 on: July 20, 2014, 10:30:57 PM 
Started by SA - Last post by Lucky4Uguys
LL, come on man. I went out with the weeds, deeze nuts and climbed serious some stuff today. That boulder ten foot was sick. That crack hole took deeze nuts all day. One thing do I that Jimmy not here blabbing BS and over analyzing the climbing community. Get out there and climb. Put effort in and show results.

 19 
 on: July 20, 2014, 09:49:06 PM 
Started by lucky luke - Last post by sneoh
One way would be to climb with different people with different experience and background. You will always learn something new or have to explain why you do it your way.
it is what I do. My hero are at the top of the pyramid. i will think about peter croft at the summit with Edlinger and Lynn Hill very close to him.
Hey, Luke, I thought you had said Edlinger is only Okay since he has a "sport mentality".
Do I detect a change in tone?  There is hope yet! :)

 20 
 on: July 20, 2014, 08:42:59 PM 
Started by SA - Last post by tradmanclimbz
I had thought he was clean and sober.  8)

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