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Member Since: Jul 26, 2012
Last Visit: Aug 19, 2014
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
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Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Malibu Creek State Park
By: Wil Sterner When: Jun 13, 2014

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Comments: I know Moises personally. He would never intentionally litter and he doesn't deserve to have his name posted to the Internet for others to shame.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Santa Maria Caves
By: Wil Sterner When: Feb 2, 2014

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Comments: After posting this area to MP a fellow climber and friend alerted me to an access issue concerning this area. This area SHOULD NOT be climbed as it is historically significant to native peoples of the past. Whoever developed this area destroyed an ancient rock art site. The man made "climbing" here was chiseled into one of the oldest painting known in the Santa Monica Mountains. I have flagged the page for removal yet nothing has been done so I thought I'd write this. Please don't climb here!!!


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : El Capitan : Freerider (5.12d PG13) : Photo
By: Wil Sterner When: Oct 29, 2013

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Comments: Wait guys. It looks like it's tied to a string.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Saddle Peak : Route 6 (5.8)
By: Wil Sterner When: Oct 9, 2013

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Comments: Saw this one go on gear only. The leader didn't fall but we were optimistic that some of the cams would have held.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Saddle Peak : Route 5 (5.8)
By: Wil Sterner When: Oct 9, 2013

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Comments: Seen this one go using only traditional protection although Im not sure if I would recommend doing it. The Leader did not fall.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Saddle Peak : Last Dance (5.10d)
By: Wil Sterner When: Oct 9, 2013

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Comments: Best route on the wall.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Stoney Point : Mozart's Wall : Quickstep (V2)
By: Wil Sterner When: Oct 7, 2013

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Comments: What is the problem called and rated that starts right of quickstep and continues out right that tops out with a mantle on a sloper? heard it was a Sandlow problem and that it is rarely done.


Location: CA : Sierra Eastside : Bishop Area : Buttermilk Country
By: Wil Sterner When: Dec 10, 2012

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Comments: Where is the good camping at? I don't mind driving.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : Saddle Peak
By: Wil Sterner When: Nov 27, 2012

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Comments: I am wondering about the large formation directly across the trail from corpse rock or saddle peak. Never brought my binocs but there appears to be some shiny anchors on top? Also, I found a misterious bolt on top of another rock on the trail that covers the ridge that goes from the old foundation and radio tower trail over to the top of red rock. If anyone has any idea what I'm talking about I would love to know more about it.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : The Lookout
By: Wil Sterner When: Nov 26, 2012

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Comments: Thanks Benjamin, Good advice. I will ask him, he would know.


Location: CA : San Francisco Bay : Coyote Hills : Red Hill : Fully Commited (5.9 V-easy)
By: Wil Sterner When: Nov 14, 2012

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Comments: If there is an old rusty bolt at the top it has probably been climbed before. Providing bad info can be dangerous.


Location: CA : Los Angeles Basin : Santa Monica Mountains : The Lookout
By: Wil Sterner When: Nov 14, 2012

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Comments: I am curious about the boulders that appear to surround the formation. Anybody know how climbable those may be?