|The first ascentionists were John Burcham and John Mattson, not Jake...|
And Red Planet isn't the hardest route in the area but among the hardest, along with Lifeline, Lost Horizons, and there are some new projects that are probably harder.
|Posted Jun 21, 2012 9:12 pm|
|Alex Wood||Re: Two corrections|
|Okay cool! I will correct those errors! The hardest route is always up for interpretation. I have heard its the hardest, but by no means am I a 5.13 climber. Did you go to the Sedona Rocks! guidebook release party?|
|Posted Jul 2, 2012 9:49 pm|
|Went for a short time, but I'm a single dad, so had other responsibilities.|
True it's up for interpretation, but figuring I got all the moves linked on Red Planet on the first day. Lifeline still working on the moves after the tips section and I've been on the route 4 days, haven't started on Lost Horizons yet, nor have I gotten onto A Line in the Sands, which took Matt and David quite a few days ( both are on the fall list of things to do).
|Posted Jul 4, 2012 9:44 am|
|Alex Wood||Re: True.....|
|I was only there for the end. Wow, thats impressive. Congrats on that! That doesn't sound easy. Hopefully this cloud cover keeps up...maybe we all can get some Sedona climbing in|
|Posted Jul 4, 2012 7:58 pm|