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Areas = 15
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Location: NC : Laurel Knob : Groover (Gaskin Finish) (5.8)
By: Will Eccleston When: Apr 3, 2010

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Comments: Did it today with Matt Walsh. Good lord my sphincter was tight on Pitch 5. John, I almost took the same ride that Denmark took! Straddling a water groove that's running with water really messes with your head. Great day! There was some bomber gear in the orange Metolius range in a small horizontal just right of the water groove high on pitch 5. Probably a few moves past the pocket spoken of in the description.

Location: GA : Metro-Atlanta Area : Allenbrook : Photo
By: Will Eccleston When: May 19, 2008

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Comments: What? No one leads at Allenbrook? Actually I hung on almost every piece. It's super pumpy, and the rock does not offer the utmost in gear confidence. This photo appeared in Issue 2 of Urban Climber.

Location: NV : Red Rock : Oak Creek Canyon : Black Orpheus Amphitheater : Black Orpheus (5.9+)
By: Will Eccleston When: Nov 27, 2006

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Comments: My wife & I climbed Black Orpheus on Thursday, Nov 23rd, 2006 (Thanksgiving day). Thoroughly enjoyed it. I am 5'10" tall, and the bolted section that is supposed to be the crux felt quite easy, like 5.7, or maybe Red Rocks 5.8. I would say that the crux for me was the liebacking above that, which is supposed to be only 5.7, but felt harder (slick feet!), but great gear. Not a soul in sight other than the bighorns on the lower slabs, although we could hear folks on Solar Slab. Leave anything y... more >>

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