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 on: Yesterday at 11:15:47 AM 
Started by PG - Last post by PG
I went out to North and Middle Sugarloaf on Sat. to check out the climbing potential there. I remember reading a post a while ago with some bata on the area. Also spoke to Chuck Woodman about the area. I did a couple of climbs on middle Sugarloaf on the north facing side, at the far right. The climb was around 70 ft. with two bolts and lichen covered. However the rock under was a beautiful course granite. I did another shorter line looking down to the left about fifty ft. from my first line. Both lines felt in the range of 5.6 to 5.8
After that I wandered over to the south/ east  side looking into Zealand Notch and over at Mt Oscar. There seemed to be some longer potential over there. I didn't bring enough gear to build an anchor so I couldn't look over the side to get a better look. Any bata on the area would be greatly appreciated. The area is such a beautiful setting and only 1.3 mile hike in. I believe this will be in the new Secrets of The Notches if it ever comes to print.

PG

 22 
 on: Yesterday at 10:00:15 AM 
Started by lukeweiss - Last post by strandman
Right...pretty rare around NC..then of course some TR action below

 23 
 on: Yesterday at 09:22:26 AM 
Started by tradmanclimbz - Last post by Old Mans Ghost
Lukey, do you have a clue what is happening in this photo...... explain it to us :P

I know, I know!

It's a demonstration of how petty attacks against one user are tolerated on this site. It also depicts how insecure you are that you have to belittle someone else's opinions. Off in the corner I think I see Al standing idly by as the Luke bashing continues.

Surely you could choose to not respond to Luke, but then who would you mock to make yourself feel important?  Maybe the string of Taco posts seeking attention for your former bolted crack on choss didn't get you enough back slaps?  Maybe Luke is the only one here with English skills similar to your own?  Sucks to be picked on, doesn't it?

This forum will never be more than a joke of a local circle jerk for the pro-bolting crowd of fringe wannabes. It's no wonder that the bulk of the climbing talent avoids it like a festering boil.


Ohhh you climb so hard and don't like bolts... Your opinion is so much more important than everyone else. BTW - you criticize an awful lot for somebody that's not contributed anything of value to this site. And your big point is what? People are being mean to the troll?

In summary: Go fuck yourself. 

 24 
 on: Yesterday at 09:08:10 AM 
Started by lumberzac - Last post by lumberzac
A .75 BD C4 disappeared on me while climbing the beast flake on Saturday. I can remember removing it from the crack and clipping it to my harness, but upon arriving at the belay, it was GONE. If anyone finds it at the base (would be near the base of wild women in love?) or wherever, shoot me an email and I'll buy you a growler at Moat Mountain (or something like that).
Thanks,
Zac

 25 
 on: Yesterday at 08:02:52 AM 
Started by lukeweiss - Last post by tradmanclimbz
how about Bezelbub corner? probobly not too many other options nearby that fit the ops criteria?

 26 
 on: Yesterday at 07:24:00 AM 
Started by lukeweiss - Last post by Echo
At Echo Crag, go for Horn of Plenty, Rocket, skeletal Ribs, Cooler Sacrifice, The Shield, and The ArÍte. If you can finish those routes in a day, it's a stellar day. Skip Avalanche, which has a low crux that is hard to protect.

+1

 27 
 on: September 14, 2014, 09:46:07 PM 
Started by lukeweiss - Last post by Pete Jackson
A friend and I are looking for (as the title suggests) short, easy, well protected trad routes to learn/practice on. We are both comfortable leading sport up to 5.8+, and I have followed trad up to 5.7/8. I also have learned the basics of placement, both passive and active. So, any suggestions for routes that we can use as a kind of training ground?

At Echo Crag, go for Horn of Plenty, Rocket, skeletal Ribs, Cooler Sacrifice, The Shield, and The ArÍte. If you can finish those routes in a day, it's a stellar day. Skip Avalanche, which has a low crux that is hard to protect.

 28 
 on: September 14, 2014, 08:34:56 PM 
Started by slacker - Last post by Chinos
i went up there without any knowledge of where the route went. lucky for me Al and Paul were up above us. the route wanders a lot and it can be easy to get "off route", but i found most of the climbing in that area to stay in that grade range. really fun route with a great headwall finish!

 29 
 on: September 14, 2014, 12:36:43 PM 
Started by tradmanclimbz - Last post by strandman
Thanks for chiming in Shep and Nemisis.....well t hought out stuff

I much prefer my attacks to be  personal and vicious instead of petty....and , yes I would say the same to some ones face.

 30 
 on: September 14, 2014, 12:33:17 PM 
Started by CD - Last post by strandman
What do you  say when you see a hot girl scout ??

Nice cookies  :D

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