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Location: NY : Adirondacks : Moss Cliff : Fear of touching Aerie (5.10b/c)
By: bradley white When: Jul 5, 2014

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Comments: Jim Shimberg and I came here in 1987. We got a really late start and did a treacherous river crossing that brought us north from easy access to this ledge. the swimming is better at the parking spot than crossing north on this river. Our climb started fourth class left side of prow and we found a left facing corner that had to be face climbed with difficultly of 5.10 to get into it from the right, by traversing left towards gear in corner then passing gear to reach wtf nuisance tree that was unt... more >>


Location: NY : Adirondacks : Keene Valley Region
By: bradley white When: Jul 5, 2014

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Comments: thanks Jim. I look at moss cliff and its distinguishable.


Location: NY : Adirondacks : Keene Valley Region
By: bradley white When: Jun 30, 2014

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Comments: I climbed south of Lake Placid in mid 1980's. the cliff was sectional south or central and the north side uphill and shorter. its three pitches high and nothing moderate on it. Shim and I crossed a fast moving river of rocks for footing to get there and crossed river north of cliff. the route we attempted was central first pitch was barn door moves with difficult protection placements on hard sustained 5.10 and the only way up it trad to tree ledge. the second pitch was two choices corner crack ... more >>


Location: NH : Garfield Crag
By: bradley white When: Jun 20, 2014

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Comments: Its so exciting for to see from Dave Custer route lines and read from Rob Hall his 1966 ascent. My first try at this ledge was alone in sneakers no rope. I went almost to the top and quit because of wet slimy rock. It was doable and no reverse after slime. It is an early 1940? ascent I repeated guessed because of pin on route found. It looked like that time zone but old pin rusting in wet rock can be from decades later. Its goes up left diagonally from the center area and very easy. I got to ... more >>


Location: NH : Cannon Cliff : 0. Henderson's Buttress : Pinky and the Brain (5.8 R) : Photo
By: bradley white When: Jun 18, 2014

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Comments: this is the ledge before the corner above the brain


Location: NH : Rumney : Armed and Dangerous Area (M... : Mesresha (5.12+)
By: bradley white When: May 31, 2014

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Comments: Jame's!


Location: NC : Stone Mountain : Stone Mountain South Face
By: bradley white When: May 16, 2014

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Comments: Climbed here in May, 1988 with Jim Shimberg and agreed, it does get greasy humidity on the rock. Run outs were WTF with old 1/4" hardware bolts. no guide book and we did two, probably 5.9's and the classic arch. Didn't think much about grade when I was going to hit the ground after the second bolt. The bolts were spaced reasonably, meaning there was a slope bump to have a stance to hammer a hole in the rock. very rusty crap in 1988 and N.C.N.F. would not permit retro-bolting or doing any new bol... more >>


Location: NH : Rumney : Orange Crush : Chinese Water Torture (5.10 R)
By: bradley white When: May 16, 2014

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Comments: Has become what I thought it should be, a nearly great route. This was solo top rope cleaned, it was way dirtier and I free climbed it after the two pins were placed in the usually seeping wet crack. now there are five or six pins and these other pins are mysterious? I should have led it (oops) because I thought it was clean and not a mortality on the line climb because after the two pins there are natural placements for gear I knew were there. Ted didn't stop for anything and had no gear after ... more >>


Location: NH : Cannon Cliff : 1. Whitney-Gilman Area : Whitney Gilman Ridge (5.7)
By: bradley white When: Apr 26, 2014

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Comments: the pins are relics or untrustworthy


Location: CA : San Francisco Bay : Ring Mountain : Split Rock
By: bradley white When: Feb 11, 2014

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Comments: Hi locals, I climbed here several times from 1989-93 with and without a rope. Hardest thing I climbed was probably 5.9 inside the crack east side and contrived. Did all the popular moderates on its north face.


Location: CA : San Francisco Bay : Mickey's Beach : Stinson Beach
By: bradley white When: Feb 11, 2014

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Comments: Hi locals. I used to climb here from 1989-93. I did some of the V1 maybe 2. I had a lot of tries on a overhang on the right side of a large boulder that entered onto the other long sloping face. There are long easy climbs here 5.0-5.8 and I down climbed them all. I don't have specific locations of the boulders I climbed and I don't know that, so I won't post them. Some were high and easy very knobby boulders 30+ft far down south on this beach area I climbed. These were very entertaining and fasc... more >>


Location: NH : Waterville Valley : Welch and Dickie Area : Dickey Ledge : The Beach : The Big Crack (5.6 PG13)
By: bradley white When: Feb 11, 2014

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Comments: Don't remember there being any bolts on this climb and its does make a awesome photo of someone climbing it.


Location: NH : Crawford Notch : Photo
By: bradley white When: Feb 5, 2014

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Comments: This is the slab across from Willard? Explored that twice and the photo looks like it.
Apparently I have Bore Tide on wrong slab. Someone found Bore Tide and did it and they were lost beginning their climbing.
I would like know if Bore Tide goes up the central slab with the cascade or not?


Location: NH : Waterville Valley : Welch and Dickie Area : Dickey Ledge : Central Tongue : ... : Photo
By: bradley white When: Feb 5, 2014

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Comments: Thanks Mike, for photo. Try it. I think you'll like it


Location: NH : Waterville Valley : Welch and Dickie Area : Dickey Ledge
By: bradley white When: Feb 5, 2014

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Comments: Rappelling from the 'Beach' top is way easier than the traverse of the ledge at the bottom


Location: NH : *NH Ice and Alpine Climbing : Mahoosuc Notch
By: bradley white When: Feb 4, 2014

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Comments: Man, it was long ago. I came in from the Berlin side or at Gorham. Went east on a logging road many miles to trail head that goes to the trail to the notch. It was a few miles to where I camped and a big half mile to the notch. I didn't explore much and didn't see much, so I missed out on some nice climbs. Its okay the area description. Easy place to understand topographically.
The trail through the notch is nothing but climbing through or over boulders, they are everywhere in the notch.


Location: NH : Tripoli Road Crag
By: bradley white When: Feb 3, 2014

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Comments: Russel crag is not wrong and I could not remember that name. Parker if it is the crag high midway up the hillside, it looks nice.
Woodstock Dome is roadside on Rt.3 and has a decent 5.9 crack with easier run out face to the top belay. There is another easier climb here.
Another roadside large broken sectioned ledge is not accessible because of private property. I have not contacted land owner.


Location: NH : Crawford Notch : Bore Tide (5.10 R)
By: bradley white When: Jan 31, 2014

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Comments: Not sure anymore. I belief it is on the slab west of this central slab. I have climbed the slab but not the head wall.


Location: NH : Rumney : Wonderland : White Tuxedo (5.5)
By: bradley white When: Nov 30, 2013

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Comments: Care at the blocks is not much. Connecting to so alone is a very different climb, cleaner, steeper finish and its easy to get onto so alone.


Location: NH : Owl's Head Cliff (Oliverian...
By: bradley white When: Nov 25, 2013

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Comments: Its always been active with rock fall. A lot of ice in April comes down from heights unseen also.


Location: NH : Crawford Notch : Webster's Way (5.7 PG13)
By: bradley white When: Nov 23, 2013

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Comments: excellent and plenty of water is good in the summer.


Location: NH : Rumney : Photo
By: bradley white When: Nov 22, 2013

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Comments: This is excellent photo.


Location: NH : Rumney : Wonderland : Guillotine (5.8+ C0)
By: bradley white When: Nov 13, 2013

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Comments: Don't rate my climbs by consensus. I rate mostly a climb's location. Obedient to consensus saves lives. This climb consensus knows is a bomb. The likeliness of loose rocks will be managed bombs, a member of the bomb squad. I like to disarm bombs a little and set off explosions by rock trundles when deemed necessary. Lots of rock could be thrown off at the first belay. Behavior has been leave little too no track we have been there.
An outstanding alpine climb, very pleased with us and I getting u... more >>


Location: NH : Rumney : Triple Corners : Triple Corners Left : Way off route (5.4 X)
By: bradley white When: Nov 5, 2013

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Comments: Well, I'll be a monkey's uncle. The Honey Badger? I reckon the name fits definitely, maybe besides my hunger, always for some more of that Snake.


Location: NH : Rumney : Armed and Dangerous Area (M... : Mesresha (5.12+)
By: bradley white When: Oct 23, 2013

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Comments: Doing a total recall. I wanted to surmount the bulge for years. Glad it was still an opportunity available. Glad I climbed it and especially enjoyed excavating the loose rock. Nothing out of the ordinary here including I moved on from this, then to doing other things.
Intent to change anything, anywhere, too the way it was, is not a threat, its a wish. Climbers would go on a 'retreat'. This retreat would be for the very few. Most climbers would be frightened with no retreat. I won't bring up thi... more >>


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