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Location: CO : Durango : East Animas
By: Shawn Heath When: Apr 13, 2015

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Comments: Any camping beta?


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : *Bouldering Northern Arizon... : Sedona Bouldering : The Anvil Boulders
By: Shawn Heath When: Apr 13, 2015

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Comments: Would somebody please draw up a layout of the boulders and the problems on them?


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : *Bouldering Northern Arizon... : Sedona Bouldering : The Anvil Boulders
By: Shawn Heath When: Apr 13, 2015

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Comments: Approach info from Schnebly Hill Rd.:
Park at the parking area for the Huckaby and Marg's Draw trails. Follow the Huckaby trail through the river bed. Continue up the hill until there's a dead tree lying across a (non)trail at a right hairpin turn in the Huckaby trail. Walk around the dead tree and follow this (non)trail around the hill. Continue picking your way around and a bit uphill to reach the other side of the hill and find a trail leading through bushes and over a barb-wire fence. This l... more >>


Location: International : Europe : Croatia : Pula : Stoja DWS
By: Shawn Heath When: Jul 31, 2014

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Comments: I tried to walk to the place marked on the map and learned something worth sharing: The little blue marker for deep water soloing, north of the cave which is indicated as the rock climbing area, is located on a military zone and it's nigh impossible to walk there. Better would be to rent a boat (I think it was 600 Kruna per day) and drive over there.
Also, from what I saw while I was there, I wouldn't recommend climbing much in the cave because it's pretty dangerous back in there if you fall and... more >>


Location: International : Europe : Germany : Bayern (Bavaria) : Fichtelgebirge und Steinwal... : ... : Photo
By: Shawn Heath When: Jul 31, 2014

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Comments: That thing looks bad ass! I have to go check that thing out!


Location: International : Europe : Croatia : Dvigrad : Photo
By: Shawn Heath When: Jul 15, 2014

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Comments: Using chalk is just as lame and more of an eyesore. Writing the name shows you where the route begins, whereas chalk shows you where every single hold is on the route. And tick marks are especially an onsight killer and lame.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Lone Peak Cirque : South Summit Wall : Da Black and Gold (5.11-) : Photo
By: Shawn Heath When: Jul 14, 2014

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Comments: It's like a game of "Where's Waldo" trying to find him; he blends in so well!


Location: CA : Inland Empire : Riverside Quarry : Slander Sector
By: Shawn Heath When: Jul 14, 2014

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Comments: "Routes here tend to be on the shorter side (up to 12 bolts)"!? I don't think there's a single route where I live which has 12 bolts on it, regardless of length. I have to come check this place out!


Location: International : Europe : France : Buoux
By: Shawn Heath When: Jun 13, 2014

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Comments: The most famous route in Buoux:
youtube.com/watch?feature=play...


Location: International : Europe : Germany : Frankenjura
By: Shawn Heath When: May 8, 2014

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Comments: Thanks Adam! I've updated the section Sheltered Crags with your entries.


Location: International : Europe : Germany : Frankenjura : Haselstauden and Untertruba... : ... : Gell Nancy (5.9)
By: Shawn Heath When: May 3, 2014

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Comments: The bolts on this thing are in terrible need of replacement, so beware.


Location: International : Europe : Germany : Frankenjura
By: Shawn Heath When: Mar 25, 2014

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Comments: Black Diamond athlete Sarah Seeger.

And although he won't provide proof for having sent it, Rich Simpsons video is really inspiring for the area's most famous route and also serves as a brilliant description of the area (though his German is terrible).



Location: NV : Red Rock : Calico Basin : Sunny and Steep : Working for Peanuts (5.9+)
By: Shawn Heath When: Mar 5, 2014

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Comments: I will agree that this thing was MUCH harder than I was expecting and scared the crap out of me, but I don't climb because it's a breeze... That's precisely why I liked this route.


Location: UT : Saint George : Utah Hills : Woodbury Road Crags : Black and Tan
By: Shawn Heath When: Mar 3, 2014

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Comments: This page would be a lot better if somebody added some more beta pictures to define where the bolt lines run. The guidebook is pretty out-of-date and incorrect, especially with the left side of the crag.


Location: UT : Saint George : Turtle Wall : Tortuga (5.12a)
By: Shawn Heath When: Mar 3, 2014

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Comments: I also deviated from what's in the video. I placed a left hand in the small pocket where he has a right, then slotted the fingers of my right hand into the crack immediately above the pocket, then made the lunge to the jug at the 2nd bolt. Lief's idea is nice but unfortunately (or maybe fortunately, who knows) I didn't notice the block when I managed to onsight this (my first .12a onsight!) :)


Location: UT : Saint George : Utah Hills : Woodbury Road Crags : Black and Tan : Photo
By: Shawn Heath When: Mar 3, 2014

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Comments: Yes. I did this route and barely onsighted it, which is exactly the same result as for Tortuga, and it was harder than Shades of Grey so it must be between 5.11c and 5.12a. What is the name of this route?


Location: UT : Saint George : Utah Hills : Woodbury Road Crags : Black and Tan : Crime and Punishment (5.10a)
By: Shawn Heath When: Mar 3, 2014

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Comments: I don't agree with boltclippinfool on how this route runs. I do, however, agree with most of the rest of what he says. Here's my route description.

Start on Glutton for Punishment for the first two bolts. Runout the rest of the even easier slab (5.3) to the bolt line on the left. Follow this straight up through a bulge and great pockets to a crimpy and balancey crux at the anchor where the weight of the rope makes the moves feel more difficult than they are. 5.9 tops and something like 8 bolts ... more >>


Location: UT : Saint George : Utah Hills : Woodbury Road Crags : Black and Tan : Jumanji (5.12a)
By: Shawn Heath When: Mar 3, 2014

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Comments: Lots of great movement and tons of tiny footholds through the crux on this one. Great route, but I suck too much to have ticked it on my visit.


Location: AZ : Northern Arizona : The Arizona Strip
By: Shawn Heath When: Feb 3, 2014

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Comments: Since I had no idea what the hell "The Strip" was and you may not either, here's a Wikipedia article about it: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arizona_...


Location: WV : The New River Gorge : Summersville and Gauley Riv... : Photo
By: Shawn Heath When: Nov 25, 2013

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Comments: I thought we judged pictures here based on composition...


Location: UT : Saint George : Pine Valley
By: Shawn Heath When: Oct 14, 2013

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Comments: There's a conflict I noticed in the description since I'm looking at this area for a potential winter visit. It says that this place offers comfortable winter climbing, but that the temperature is 15-20 colder than in St. George. According to Wikipedia, the average high in February (when I would be there) is 58.8 in St. George, meaning it could be potentially 39° in Pine Valley, which I don't consider comfortable. So which is it? Good winter destination or not?


Location: International : Europe : France : Buoux
By: Shawn Heath When: Sep 16, 2013

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Comments: Some useful info:
The name is pronounced something like "Bukes".
You can't stay (overnight) in Buoux, but you can camp in one of the two nearby towns, Apt or Bonnieux. In Apt you have the following three campgrounds to choose from:
- This campground is in the heart of Apt, making it pretty hard to sleep in the morning as there are large trucks as well as normal cars which drive by close to it. However, it's the cheapest and the toilets have toilet paper. There's also a community 'fridge, which ... more >>


Location: International : Europe : Luxembourg : Berdorf
By: Shawn Heath When: Aug 19, 2013

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Comments: The link didn't work for me. It may have moved. Here's the link I found: environnement.public.lu/guiche...


Location: International : Europe : Germany : Frankenjura : Grüne Hölle : ... : Die Fette Elke (5.10b)
By: Shawn Heath When: Aug 13, 2013

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Comments: I went to the right and was glad that I did because the holds over there are great!


Location: International : Europe : Germany : Frankenjura : Grüne Hölle : ... : Dr. J (5.10a)
By: Shawn Heath When: Aug 13, 2013

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Comments: Highly featured indeed, but the pockets are disappointing to say the least. Every one you grab you go to with high hopes only to discover that they're desperately shallow! This route is also difficult for 6+, so 5.10b may be more applicable.


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