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Member Since: Nov 5, 2012
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Location: CA : Central Coast : Hwy 33/Ojai : Sespe Gorge (Black Wall) : Tree Root (5.5)
By: Nick Mudd When: Jun 23, 2014

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Comments: Not sure why this is listed as 5.5 and 200 feet. It's more like 5.7 and closer to 300 feet. Make sure to take up a second rope or you'll have trouble getting down.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Stoney Point
By: Nick Mudd When: Jan 5, 2014

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Comments: Does anyone know the name of the route on the wall between nabisco & sculpture? The bolts are on top of the east wall of nabisco canyon, about 10 feet further down from the big eye bolt above the easy crack, and the route is on the opposite side of the wall from nabisco canyon.

Thanks!


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Malibu Creek State Park : Stumbling Blocks : Guerilla Drilla (5.10a)
By: Nick Mudd When: Dec 9, 2013

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Comments: One of the mussy hooks is missing its gate as of 12/1/13.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Point Dume : Left Flake (5.7+) : Photo
By: Nick Mudd When: Feb 25, 2013

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Comments: Maybe a year ago? It's a lot of fun, even though the flake is so short--you get two or three cool moves and then you're back on the same old face climb. I soloed it with a grigi on a fixed line--totally doable because of the ease of the climbing, but you definitely don't want to fall off the first couple of moves on the flake because you'll swing straight into the ground. of course it's sand so you'd be alright, but still...


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Stoney Point : Mozart's Wall
By: Nick Mudd When: Feb 25, 2013

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Comments: Be very wary of the two new looking bolts with fixe hangers above the right side of Mozart's. Although they appear to be only a few years old, both hangers spin freely and one of the actual bolts can be wiggled around by hand both vertically and horizontally. Can't tell from the outside what the issue is, but whoever put them in definitely f***ed up.

The two big glue-ins are bomber.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Stoney Point : Nabisco Canyon : East Wall Crack (5.7)
By: Nick Mudd When: Jan 22, 2013

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Comments: It can also be led pretty easily with a handful of small-medium cams and a nut or two.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Angeles National Forest : Texas Canyon : The Elephant's Head (& Hype... : Photo
By: Nick Mudd When: Jan 3, 2013

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Comments: I was only offering to do it since I expected to be back there soon, but since there is so much disagreement among those of you with more experience/investment in the area I'll leave it alone.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Angeles National Forest : Texas Canyon : The Elephant's Head (& Hype... : Photo
By: Nick Mudd When: Nov 12, 2012

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Comments: Definitely wouldn't if you're going straight down the slab.. but off the right hand side it's only 30 or 35 feet to the ground (due to the hill that the slab is on). I guess it would depend on how much slack your belayer is giving you. I was just observing that even though it's easy climbing it can be very challenging to a new leader due to the long runouts.

I don't think another bolt in between would be amiss. What's the consensus on adding/replacing at this location? I'll probably be ba... more >>