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Andrew heading up the aesthetic line of Social Outcast.  No shadows!
Tim Deroehn at the rest on Social Outcast.
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By afemery
Aug 22, 2011

Hey Joe! Glad to see these shots come out clean! After wailing away on a 10d, Tim steps in to boulder Social Outcast - 12b. He walked up it in about 2 min. This was amazing to watch!

By S. Neoh
Aug 23, 2011

Comments for all (except the soloist in question) to consider, read them here -

By afemery
Aug 24, 2011

This could be said about anyone who solos. Though I would never climb in this manner, watching someone who has the ability to walk up a climb that many struggle on is amazing. Yes, a fall would kill you, but so will a drunk driver as you come home from the store.

By James Otey
From: NH
Aug 24, 2011

+1. Tim is more likely to be killed in a car accident that is someone else's fault than by soloing this route.

By Joseph Lascurain
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Aug 24, 2011

Didn't mean to rehash a controversial topic, just wanted to show some impressive climbing. But since we are on it; I think the difficulty of climbs he solos changes things a bit in regards to influencing other climbers. Nobody who does not realize soloing is dangerous would be able to pull the first few moves of these routes. I do think discretion is good for new climbers and it would be whole other matter if he was merely soloing 20ft. 5.9s.

I hope you like the shots, they were a bit rushed, he climbs fast.

By Ryan Barber
From: Rumney, NH
May 17, 2012

Not sure if a fall would mean certain death (although possibly for sure). Definitely a career buster.

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Tim Deroehn at the rest on Social Outcast.

Submitted By: Joseph Lascurain on Aug 21, 2011
On this route:
Social Outcast (5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a )
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