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Member Since: Oct 16, 2006
Last Visit: Apr 10, 2014
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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All 119 | Routes 2 | Areas 1 | Photos 6 | Page Improvements | Comments 37 | Posts 1 | Stars 60 | Ratings 12
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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Aladdin's Lamp

5.11- 6c 22 VIII+ 22 E3 5c (7)

Trad, 1 pitch, 80'

AZ : Sedona Area : ... : Brins Mesa

Dec 27, 2006

Broken Arete

5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a (10)

Trad, 1 pitch, 60'

AZ : Sedona Area : ... : Upper Religion Wall

Nov 17, 2006

Contributed Areas

Name Location Date

Brins Mesa

AZ : Sedona Area : ... : Dry Creek Road Area

Dec 27, 2006

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Bangkok Street Art

Bangkok Street Art

Seth Dyer : Misc.

Mar 4, 2013

Watching JJ getting pumped while equipping the rou...

Watching JJ getting pumped while equipping the route

WI : Governor Dodge State Park : ... : Secret Agent Man (5.13a)

Aug 6, 2007

JJ hand-drilling bolts on SAM

JJ hand-drilling bolts on SAM

WI : Governor Dodge State Park : ... : Secret Agent Man (5.13a)

Aug 6, 2007

The 5th pitch on Zoroaster, Grand Canyon

The 5th pitch on Zoroaster, Grand Canyon

Seth Dyer : Misc.

Jan 2, 2007

Partying down with the gang on the Budweiser Ledge

Partying down with the gang on the Budweiser Ledge

Seth Dyer : Misc.

Jan 2, 2007

Sirroco, Taipan Wall, Grampians, Australia.  James...

Sirroco, Taipan Wall, Grampians, Australia. James Q Martin photo.

Seth Dyer : Misc.

Jan 2, 2007

Contributed Comments

 

Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Sedona Area : Sedona : Church Spires Area : ... : Photo
By: Seth Dyer When: Jan 4, 2012

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Comments: You've an eye for classic lines JJ. As well as a sense of when it's a really good time to stick it to your partner, all in the name of fun of course :-)


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Sedona Area : Sedona : Church Spires Area : ... : Brown Hornet (5.11a/b)
By: Seth Dyer When: Mar 31, 2011

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Comments: Here here! I wholeheartedly agree with the myriad points addressed in the above comment. The route put butterflies in my stomach and a smile on my face every time. It's an unfortunate set of events that led to it's current state.

I still remember Matty whipping off the top section and having a few pieces pull before being held by a blue Metolious after a 30' or 40' fall. Great times.


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Bouldering Northern Arizona : Priest Draw : Priest Draw : ... : The Receptionist (V10)
By: Seth Dyer When: Nov 11, 2009

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Comments: FA: Jim Johnny Wallace


Location: International : Asia : Thailand
By: Seth Dyer When: Jul 11, 2009

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Comments: Continuing with the health issues discussion, I'd care to reiterate the warnings. And it's not simply a case of Traveller's Stomach. I've lived in Thailand for nearly 4 years now, so I'd like to think that my intestines have adapted to the new 'flora' in this part of the world.

Also, two of my four traveling/climbing partners came down with GI issues at the tail end of our stay. We were staying in different bungalows and eating at different places. No one drank the tap water. Bottom line i... more >>


Location: IA : Ozark Wildlife Area : Hoot Bluff : Happy Hooker (5.11c)
By: Seth Dyer When: May 8, 2009

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Comments: FA: JJ Schlick & S. Dyer


Location: International : Asia : Thailand
By: Seth Dyer When: Feb 26, 2009

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Comments: Just got back from Tonsai. Spent 8 days with the last day and a half rendered useless by a wrecked gastro-intestinal system. Patrick pretty much nailed it. Tonsai is well on it's way to being a dump, if it isn't already. As for the locals being concerned about cleaning up the trash...they're not, they create most of it.


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Sedona Area : Sedona : Cathedral Rock Area : ... : Cobra Vision (5.11+ PG13)
By: Seth Dyer When: Dec 2, 2007

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Comments: FA: John Matson and John Burcham


Location: WI : Governor Dodge State Park : Qual Wall : A Red Recollection (5.11a)
By: Seth Dyer When: Jun 24, 2007

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Comments: FA Jeremy Schlick/Seth Dyer


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Oak Creek Canyon : Slide Rock State Park : The Center of Singularity (5.13b) : Photo
By: Seth Dyer When: Mar 14, 2007

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Comments: It very well could be...one of my many 'friends' filched my copy of A Cheap Way To Fly a long time ago.... Or was the quote in A Better Way To Die?


Location: International : Australia : Mount Arapiles : The Northern Group : A Taste of Honey (5.10d)
By: Seth Dyer When: Feb 23, 2007

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Comments: I agree...definitely more difficult than Kachoong. A great route and less of a novelty climb than Kachoong.


Location: International : Australia : Mount Arapiles : The Bluffs : Despatched (5.12a PG13)
By: Seth Dyer When: Feb 23, 2007

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Comments: Of all the routes that I've been on during my visits to Araps, this is one of the very few I've been on more than once(not because everything else was unworthy, but because this line is unbelievably good). This route has anything and everything one could ever ask for! An absolute must do for the grade.


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Sedona Area : Sedona : Mormon Canyon : Duck for Cover (5.11)
By: Seth Dyer When: Feb 11, 2007

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Comments: Guess I'm just plunkin' down my two cents from afar these days. I was in town over the holidays for a few weeks. Just long enough to get embroiled in the local climbing politics. We'll have to hook up next time I'm back...


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Sedona Area : West Sedona : Coffeepot Rock Area : ... : Crimson Crescent (5.10+ PG13)
By: Seth Dyer When: Jan 26, 2007

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Comments: Once again the preface of 'different strokes for different folks'.

I guess if you're not into 'screwdriver-ing' the red band but instead just rely on yarding on holds it might not be obvious how much stuff is really yearning to be set free. But then again, maybe that's not what you're after.

I haven't been involved in too many routes that take the red band up anything other than crack lines.... But for red band routes you could check out Desert Mule or Cat Claw. For general cleanliness you ... more >>


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Sedona Area : West Sedona : Coffeepot Rock Area : ... : Crimson Crescent (5.10+ PG13)
By: Seth Dyer When: Jan 23, 2007

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Comments: I guess the bottom line is 'Different strokes, different folks'. My opinions and advice are worth what anybody paid for them...jack shit.

If you're really curious though...I'd probably spend the better part of 1 or 2 hours cleaning the first pitch from the top down. Removing all the loose blocks and flakes that would easily pry out and exfoliate with minimal effort. Then, why not belay on TOP of the actual pitch instead of at the spot where the rap anchors are (chains or rap hangers would be ... more >>


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Sedona Area : West Sedona : Coffeepot Rock Area : ... : Crimson Crescent (5.10+ PG13)
By: Seth Dyer When: Jan 4, 2007

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Comments: It wasn't so much the condition of the anchors that was vexing, just the location of them...kinda like, 'why belay at that convenient & comfy spot when we could belay here?'
And on a final note, I vehemently disagree that any of the routes that I or Burcham or Chris have established are in any way lacking 'Sedona character'. It is my belief that even in Sedona one can establish routes with plenty of 'spice' sans choss and loose rock with only a little more effort. There's no hard and fast ru... more >>


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : Sedona Area : West Sedona : Coffeepot Rock Area : ... : Crimson Crescent (5.10+ PG13)
By: Seth Dyer When: Jan 2, 2007

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Comments: I agree with you Kole. There IS room in Sedona for all types of FA styles, and I give respect to all and sundry that put in their time, energy and money into establishing new lines for all to climb. As for the rock quality, again I agree with you...it is Sedona after all, and who knows how many of todays routes will exist in 20 or 50 years (Miami for example). But when one extra day spent cleaning and installing sensible anchors on a multi-pitch route in Sedona allows for a more pleasant expe... more >>


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