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Northern California : Moving to the area : Post

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Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : South : The Slab : Undertow (5.12b)
By: TheBirdman When: Jan 5, 2013

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Comments: Does anyone do a full-on cut loose dyno for the jugs at the lip? This is the way I did it, and it is pretty awesome. Due to the angle of the wall, literally every part of your body, except your right hand which grabs the jug is flying away from the wall. I have seen people doing it statically by locking off on some bad holds and getting high feet. I think it's more fun to go from the crescent moon hold that you use to clip and then just huck for it.


Location: VT : Smugglers Notch : Top of the Notch Boulders : Backyard Boulder : Primate (V3)
By: TheBirdman When: Oct 24, 2010

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Comments: Just curious, the description here seems to indicate that traversing the arete to the good "dish" hold and then topping out is the problem. When I did it, there was an obvious continuation from the arete onto the face through a series of crimps and edges, some being fairly large, others being pretty small and sharp, the whole time having really poor feet. I'm wondering if the V3 rating reflects topping out early off the dish hold and if so, how much do you think the continued line through the fa... more >>


Location: CA : Tahoe Vicinity : D.L. Bliss State Park : Middle Bliss : The Cave Boulder (V5) : Photo
By: TheBirdman When: Jul 12, 2010

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Comments: Is the V6 or the V4? The route info says V6 but it felt easier to go right than left...


Location: WI : Governor Dodge State Park
By: TheBirdman When: May 20, 2010

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Comments: Anyone want to climb on Sunday? I'll be at Twin Lakes campground site 278 bouldering by my lonesome. 732-299-8582.


Location: NH : Rumney : Orange Crush : Predator (5.13b) : Photo
By: TheBirdman When: May 8, 2010

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Comments: Somebody should have been topping it out.


Contributed Forum Posts

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re: Looking for help in Boulder---- $$$ColoradoTheBirdmanApr 3, 2015
re: Rescue in Eldo last nightGeneral ClimbingTheBirdmanApr 1, 2015
Dead Bird ShoesClimbing Gear DiscussionTheBirdmanMar 26, 2015
re: Boulder-area PT - back/sciatica specialist?ColoradoTheBirdmanMar 26, 2015
re: Crag BabiesGeneral ClimbingTheBirdmanMar 24, 2015
re: Crampon marks on a classic popular slab climb. Not cool.General ClimbingTheBirdmanMar 19, 2015
re: Red rocks and dogsNevadaTheBirdmanMar 3, 2015
re: Red rocks and dogsNevadaTheBirdmanMar 3, 2015
Red rocks and dogsNevadaTheBirdmanMar 3, 2015
re: Mountain Climbing help requiredGeneral ClimbingTheBirdmanFeb 18, 2015
re: Yet another hangboard/hyp questionTraining ForumTheBirdmanJan 29, 2015
re: Yet another hangboard/hyp questionTraining ForumTheBirdmanJan 28, 2015
re: Yet another hangboard/hyp questionTraining ForumTheBirdmanJan 28, 2015
re: boots for snowshoeing / snowboardingOther SportsTheBirdmanJan 28, 2015
Yet another hangboard/hyp questionTraining ForumTheBirdmanJan 28, 2015
re: The 2014-2015 Colorado Ice Conditions ThreadColoradoTheBirdmanJan 23, 2015
re: Anyone want to weave a rope rug for me?Climbing Gear DiscussionTheBirdmanDec 19, 2014
re: Lock-Off Training Information NeededTraining ForumTheBirdmanNov 24, 2014
re: Urgent help needed. Lost Climber on Long'sInjuries and AccidentsTheBirdmanNov 20, 2014
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