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Re: Best climbing moments from the past year

Postby KujoA2 » Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:40 am

^Stone mountain?
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Re: Best climbing moments from the past year

Postby CClaude » Wed Jan 05, 2011 1:39 pm

Naw, looks like Squamish on the Apron, based on the stone feature in the upper left hand corner.
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Re: Best climbing moments from the past year

Postby rpc » Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:14 pm

it's stone. feature on left is top of the great arch route.
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Re: Best climbing moments from the past year

Postby CClaude » Wed Jan 05, 2011 5:11 pm

of course you are right since you posted the pictures,

didn't notice the "eyebrows" that are shown in mid picture,

minus the eye brows, looks a lot like the apron
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Re: Best climbing moments from the past year

Postby ShortTimer » Fri Jan 07, 2011 6:19 pm

I didn't get a lot of climbing in this year because I was trying to heal a bum shoulder. What I did get was all good. I certainly had the best week I have ever had in Tuolumne. We did many of the harder knob routes there culminating in the Bachar Yerian. On the way we did Shipoopi, Skeletor, all of the routes on East Cottage and many routes on Medlicott.

I also climbed local this year a great deal and spent a lot of time climbing pockets at Malibu State Park. Got some nice overhanging 11s and 12s.

I bouldered almost every Tuesday and Thursday all spring, summer and fall and did some nasty new thin problems.

Mostly though, I spent a lot of quality time with great friends! That is the part I wouldn't trade for anything!
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Re: Best climbing moments from the past year

Postby ShortTimer » Fri Jan 07, 2011 10:15 pm

That was actually much more of a zoo than I would have preferred. But it was nice to share the day, and all those people made for a great party that night.
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