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Member Since: Feb 21, 2010
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Total Points: 1,400
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
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All 590 | Routes 47 | Areas 29 | Photos 91 | Page Improvements | Comments 40 | Posts 143 | Stars 192 | Ratings 48
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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
getting into the bottom of the climb

getting into the bottom of the climb

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Gunklandia Direct Variation (5.9)

Feb 22, 2010

You can see the line, along with the crack you can...

You can see the line, along with the crack you can cheat and stem out to.

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Gunklandia Direct Variation (5.9)

Feb 22, 2010

coming up the 3rd pitch. exposed!

coming up the 3rd pitch. exposed!

NH : Cannon Cliff : ... : Whitney Gilman Ridge (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

Looking up at the last two pitches of Cannon

Looking up at the last two pitches of Cannon

NH : Cannon Cliff : ... : Whitney Gilman Ridge (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

working up the upper crack

working up the upper crack

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Old Town (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

following on the bottom of old town

following on the bottom of old town

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Old Town (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

the start to Old Town

the start to Old Town

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Old Town (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

some people say the start's the crux, but I defini...

some people say the start's the crux, but I definitely think it's transitioning right off the finger cracks

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Gunklandia (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

Charlie working the finger cracks.

Charlie working the finger cracks.

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Gunklandia (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

Charlie Racking up for his lead.

Charlie Racking up for his lead.

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Gunklandia (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

The starting finger cracks

The starting finger cracks

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Gunklandia (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

Charlie near to topping out on the second pitch

Charlie near to topping out on the second pitch

ME : Acadia National Park : ... : Moraviana (5.7)

Feb 22, 2010

ben rapping out @ the end of the day.

ben rapping out @ the end of the day.

ME : Acadia National Park : South Bubble

Feb 22, 2010

charlie and ben hanging out at the bottom of the u...

charlie and ben hanging out at the bottom of the upper slab at south bubble

ME : Acadia National Park : South Bubble

Feb 22, 2010

A team of Waldos reach the top of the upper slab, ...

A team of Waldos reach the top of the upper slab, post Halloween 2009

ME : Acadia National Park : South Bubble

Feb 22, 2010

Looking up the upper slab to the top chunky stuff

Looking up the upper slab to the top chunky stuff

ME : Acadia National Park : South Bubble

Feb 22, 2010

scarpa technos

scarpa technos

Climbing Gear Discussion : Shoes for people with goofy... : Post

Feb 21, 2010

Contributed Comments

 

Location: MD : Carderock : The Bump (5.8)
By: Jonathan Steitzer When: 3 days ago

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Comments: Anyone got any more history or story with this climb?


Location: MD : Carderock : Swayback Layback (5.8)
By: Jonathan Steitzer When: 3 days ago

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Comments: Sorry for this crappy description, anyone care to help me with it?


Location: ME : Mt Kineo
By: Jonathan Steitzer When: 3 days ago

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Comments: Hey - anyone who's climbed this in the past, what's the story? Before we climbed this I called around to every guide outfit in the state and besides the winter ascents of Maine Line no-one knew anything about any rock climbing that had occured, but we found plenty of old gear and a mysterious shiny bolt line. Anyone have any info or stories here?


Location: ME : Mt Kineo : The Main Face
By: Jonathan Steitzer When: 3 days ago

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Comments: Hey - anyone who's climbed this in the past, what's the story? Before we climbed this I called around to every guide outfit in the state and besides the winter ascents of Maine Line no-one knew anything about any rock climbing that had occured, but we found plenty of old gear and a mysterious shiny bolt line. Anyone have any info or stories here?


Location: ME : Castine : Um, Labradoodle Please? (A1)
By: Jonathan Steitzer When: 3 days ago

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Comments: Hey if anyone ever free climbs this, please let me know. It spit us off it a bunch back in college.


Location: ME : Acadia National Park : The Precipice : Trotsky (5.7)
By: Jonathan Steitzer When: Nov 13, 2014

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Comments: fun climbing. it gets runout on the lower face. skip the gear for an easier time.


Location: VA : Great Falls
By: Jonathan Steitzer When: Oct 20, 2014

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Comments: A lot of these area descriptions blow. "TBC?" Lets get this updated, this is a nice area, it would be nice if MP could be a little more helpful.


Location: NH : CMC Crag
By: Jonathan Steitzer When: Sep 24, 2014

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Comments: Checked this place out today after hearing good things about it @ IME. It's great, a fun change of pace in the North Conway area, beautiful spot, really casual. Definitely hit it up. - If you're here and have the time the cairns need some work. The trail up is along the road bordering the river, and the most obvious trail. Very short approach.


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