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Windy and 95 in the Valley


Member Since: May 4, 2006
Last Visit: Nov 12, 2009
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Total Points: 59
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1



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Location: CA : San Francisco Bay Area : Mickey's Beach : Main Rock : Corner Route (5.10b)
By: Jeff Dopp When: Nov 12, 2009

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Comments: Eric Brand and I bolted this route around the same time that we did Walkin a Thin Line (mid 80s).


Location: CA : San Francisco Bay Area : Mount Tamalpais : Oberman's Rock : Oberman's Crack (5.11b)
By: Jeff Dopp When: Oct 23, 2009

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Comments: There is a key, hidden hold inside the crack at about the mid point which makes this more like 10c/d for those with a long reach. This was the consensus amongst a bunch of us...back in the mid 80s anyway.


Location: CA : Central Coast : Pinnacles National Monument : East Side : Discovery Wall : The Wet Kiss (5.9)
By: Jeff Dopp When: Jan 27, 2008

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Comments: Bolted Crack!! In my humble opinion using trad gear in any crack at the Pinns is at best adventuresome...at worst silly, and this comes from someone who has watched more than a few stoppers spinning down the rope at me while dropping onto the last bolt. If there is any area where bolts next cracks is nice...this is it!


Location: CA : San Francisco Bay Area : Mickey's Beach : Main Rock : Walkin' a Thin Line (5.10c R)
By: Jeff Dopp When: May 4, 2006

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Comments: Eric Brand and I did the first accent in the mid 80s. It's a sweet route when it's not too slimey.


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