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Location: NC : Linville Gorge : The Camel : Photo
By: Jonathan Dull When: Jul 18, 2014

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Comments: My buddy and I set this up about 3 years ago before the nice new bolts on top of the Camel; and most recently we set up this up in June and my buddy walked the line. I'll post a picture once I dig through some photos.


Location: NC : Linville Gorge : Table Rock : Cave Route (5.5)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Jun 9, 2014

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Comments: I wouldn't recommend climbing this up to lunch ledge right now, it's still a charred mess atop the second pitch.


Location: NC : Rumbling Bald : Cereal Buttress : Unknown 5.8 (splitter hand ... (5.8)
By: Jonathan Dull When: May 9, 2014

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Comments: A splitter line that's for sure! If you're not use to crack climbing this will probably feel more difficult than 5.8. The crux is probably just getting established into the crack off the ledge.


Location: NC : Rumbling Bald : Cereal Buttress : Call of the Wild (5.11b PG13)
By: Jonathan Dull When: May 9, 2014

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Comments: I'm surprised this climb hasn't received better ratings, I thought it was superb (unless I'm confusing this with something else.) Two bolts down low and two bolts up high w/good gear in between. There's also room for several variations in the mid-section of the climb. I thought moving into the finger crack was also really fun. Clipping that first bolt was kind of precarious for a shortly like me. Labeled as Unknown 5.11b in NC Select Climbs.


Location: NC : Rumbling Bald : Comatose Area : Pull the Plug (5.11a/b)
By: Jonathan Dull When: May 9, 2014

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Comments: The guidebook shows the original finish moving left to the Comatose roof after the thin face climbing. However the addition of the bolt over the roof makes for a bouldery crux that's well protected. Bring a few smaller cams for protection after pulling the roof (crux). This is an awesome climb and highly recommended!


Location: NC : Rumbling Bald : Comatose Area : Comatose (5.8)
By: Jonathan Dull When: May 9, 2014

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Comments: Comatose reminds me of a classic Yosemite layback, a great line with awesome pro! A #4 Camalot is definitely mandatory to keep things safe moving through the wide section, also bring a .3 Camalot for the runout up top.


Location: NC : Rumbling Bald : Cereal Buttress : Frosted Flake (5.9+)
By: Jonathan Dull When: May 9, 2014

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Comments: One word...Classic! I would recommend bringing two #4 Camalots (in addition to two #3s) for the upper section after climbing through the vertical crack.


Location: NC : Linville Gorge
By: Jonathan Dull When: Apr 30, 2014

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Comments: bayouclimb,

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Location: NC : Linville Gorge : Amphitheater : Good Heavens (5.5)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Apr 28, 2014

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Comments: There is a large loose block on the second pitch just before you traverse out right and under the roof, just a heads up. I used a #4 Camalot several times but the route protects fine without one. Overall a great mellow romp up an impressive arching corning. The P4 variation sounds like the best way to finish the route and to add a degree of difficulty and keep things interesting after the first few pitches. We didn't bring a guidebook so missed out on the P4 variation, next time we'll fini... more >>


Location: NC : Ship Rock : Main Tier : KB Capers (5.10a)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Apr 16, 2014

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Comments: Mike's right, we ended up above the Hindu Kush bolted anchors and had to traverse left and up a bit to get below the second pitch. The second pitch is super classic and well protected, a #2 Camalot protects the crux perfectly.


Location: NC : Ship Rock : Main Tier : Hindu Kush (5.8)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Apr 16, 2014

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Comments: A .5 Camalot protects your second, the placement is midway through the traverse (original start). Pulling the crux roof is the funkiest 5.8 move anywhere!


Location: NC : Stone Mountain : Stone Mountain North Face
By: Jonathan Dull When: Apr 16, 2014

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Comments: Noah, are there more routes on the north face than are shown on Mountain Project? A published guide of sorts?


Location: NC : Looking Glass Rock : Nose Area : Sundial Crack (5.8-)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Apr 10, 2014

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Comments: A classic moderate eyebrow route. The rock quality was great; I was expecting it to be polished in places due to it being a super classic line, it wasn't. Pink and red tricams are really useful.


Location: NC : Looking Glass Rock : South Side : Rat's Ass (5.8+)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Apr 1, 2014

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Comments: First pitch finger crack is classic! Linking the second and third pitch is the way to go. Two 60m ropes needed to reach Sentry Box Ledge.


Location: NC : Looking Glass Rock : South Side : Rat's Ass (5.8+) : Photo
By: Jonathan Dull When: Apr 1, 2014

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Comments: Picture makes the route look a little steeper than it really is.


Location: NC : Linville Gorge : Table Rock : Slippin' into Darkness (5.9)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Mar 5, 2014

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Comments: I wasn't to keen on this route the first time I climbed it, mostly because it was wet. Racked up to give it another go and have to say this puppy is fun and totally worth the lead. The first wide section before the ledge is mellow and takes good pro, while the second thin section is engaging until the anchors. Very fun climb.

  • Does anybody think the anchors on the ledge could use replacing?



Location: NC : Linville Gorge : Table Rock : Cornsnake Crack (5.7+)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Mar 5, 2014

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Comments: Another quality Table Rock route. The first pitch is okay but the second pitch is fantastic. Once you reach the ledge after the first pitch you will see a lone bolt about ten feet up, this is the start of the second pitch. Second pitch takes great pro and is very safe. The crux is engaging, fun and well protected (#10 BD stopper at yo face!). Bring plenty of extendable draws for the second pitch.

  • You can also climb Wolly Aphid and Aphid in my Pants off the same belay ledge.
  • Two 60M ro...
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Location: NC : Linville Gorge : Table Rock
By: Jonathan Dull When: Mar 3, 2014

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Comments: Ben, you'll be fine. The gate will be open by then and you won't be in any areas that are closed due to Peregrine Falcon closures.


Location: NC : Linville Gorge : Photo
By: Jonathan Dull When: Feb 7, 2014

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Comments: I've seen this guy several years in a row in the same exact spot bathing in the sun.


Location: NC : Stone Mountain : Stone Mountain South Face : Face Value (5.11d X)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Jan 14, 2014

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Comments: This is a fun climb to TR after climbing Fleet Feet. Very technical and sustained climbing the entire length of the route. If you were to lead it there are two opportunities for gear before the lone bolt on route. Where do you think this route gets the X rating? Getting to the bolt or blowing it up high above the bolt?


Location: NC : Stone Mountain : Stone Mountain South Face : Fleet Feet (5.10)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Jan 13, 2014

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Comments: Fleet Feet is an instant classic and certainly one of my favorite single pitches at Stone (only climbed the 1st pitch). Awesome movement and great pro lead you up the flake system, then back to typical Stone slab. The slab crux is very well protected. Highly Recommended


Location: NC : Pilot Mountain : Little Amphitheater : Place Your Bet (5.6)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Jan 2, 2014

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Comments: Place Your Bet is a great route and probably my favorite trad route at Pilot thus far. As previously mentioned, the old Kelly book grades this at 5.6. If you stay to the true line it is more like 5.8. Sections of finger crack, face, roof, and flake climbing give this route some diverse movement and keeps things interesting. You should be comfortable at the grade if you want to rack up for this climb. Emphasis on small cams and stoppers.


Location: NC : Pilot Mountain : Little Amphitheater : Place Your Bet (5.6) : Photo
By: Jonathan Dull When: Jan 2, 2014

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Comments: If you climb the true line it goes at 5.8. Great gear line but be comfortable at the grade.


Location: NC : Linville Gorge : Table Rock : Skip to My Lou (5.6)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Dec 2, 2013

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Comments: Definitely a touch more difficult than Jim Dandy but also a better overall route. Bring a light rack and plenty of extendable draws.


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : Glacier Point Apron : The Grack - Center (5.6)
By: Jonathan Dull When: Nov 7, 2013

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Comments: Doesn't matter what grade you climb, this route is beautiful! Go have some fun!


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