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Location: OR : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (m) Smith Rock Group : (1) Northeast Face : Sky Ridge (5.8 R)
By: Ray Pinpillage When: May 25, 2014

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Comments: Look at White Satin for walk off beta. There are cairns marking the trail once you climb to the top of the gully from the belay. Rap'ing down WIMR is awful, especially where there are climbers on Stained.


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By: Ray Pinpillage When: Mar 21, 2014

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Comments: Professor Falls, Banff, AB.


Location: Climbing Gear Reviews : Edelrid Mega Jul : Photo
By: Ray Pinpillage When: Jan 27, 2014

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Comments: The half clipped locker is used to unlock the device.


Location: OR : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (p) Spiderman Buttress : Spiderman (5.7)
By: Ray Pinpillage When: Oct 6, 2012

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Comments: I've seen ropes get stuck rapping the line. Just walk off. There is an easy 5th decent in the ledges/gully climbers right of the buttress. There is also a fixed line down through a flake to the left of the decent gully. Walking down is faster and easier than rapping.


Location: WY : Grand Teton National Park : Grand Teton : Lower Exum Ridge (5.7)
By: Ray Pinpillage When: Sep 11, 2012

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Comments: If you're using a 70m rope to rap on the decent then you can combine P5 and P6 and belay from Wallstreet. We linked P3/P4 and P5/P6.


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re: Scarpa VS La Sportiva Sizing for Mountaineering BootsClimbing Gear ReviewsRay Pinpillage1 day ago
re: Ice Climbing Boot Features Climbing Gear DiscussionRay Pinpillage2 days ago
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re: Dead Bird ShoesClimbing Gear DiscussionRay Pinpillage2 days ago
re: Under Armour designer seeking advice on ice climbing boots!Climbing Gear DiscussionRay Pinpillage2 days ago
re: Under Armour designer seeking advice on ice climbing boots!Climbing Gear DiscussionRay Pinpillage3 days ago
re: Anyone used the new Arc'Teryx harnesses?Climbing Gear DiscussionRay Pinpillage3 days ago
re: La Sportiva Ice BootsIce ClimbingRay PinpillageMar 21, 2015
re: Punching Out/Widening Toe Boxes in Mountaineering BootsClimbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 18, 2015
re: Get Real, Get InvolvedCommunity ForumRay PinpillageMar 18, 2015
re: Small pack for tall peeps.Climbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 17, 2015
re: Where to find Mammut Plastic Insert for Tie-in Points?Climbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 16, 2015
re: Orca thoughtsClimbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 14, 2015
re: Where to find Mammut Plastic Insert for Tie-in Points?Climbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 13, 2015
re: 3pt equalized anchor with limited extensionClimbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 13, 2015
re: Harness: Petzl Sama or Adjama?Climbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 13, 2015
re: New Aliens from Summer ORClimbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 8, 2015
re: Petzl Trigrest Failure, again....Climbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 7, 2015
re: What car is the best for climbers?Community ForumRay PinpillageMar 4, 2015
re: Softshell ThreadClimbing Gear DiscussionRay PinpillageMar 3, 2015
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