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Mar 8, 2014
Top of Disneyland Gunks
So any locals getting at it yet? Almost a 50 degree forecast this week! WillamR
Joined Dec 1, 2012
12 points
Mar 9, 2014
Yup. Was out the last two days. A little wet and some ice blobs in the dark corners but there's plenty of dry rock if you don't mind post-holing around in the snow Simon Thompson
From New Paltz, NY
Joined Apr 7, 2011
885 points
Mar 9, 2014
climbed yesterday and dint' find anything wet. Did find a completely frozen anchor at the top of RMC, which did not instill confidence, but we added a thin piece of cord and went for it. I didn't bring any extra webbing or I would have replaced both the p1 rapp and p3 rapp on that climb. p1 rapp is frayed and scary, but you can use p2 rapp to get all the way to the ground.

sorry for not doing my part :(
Rob D.
From Brooklyn, NY
Joined May 18, 2011
37 points
Mar 9, 2014
On Waimea, 5.10d
Lots of dry rock but do be careful...I was bouldering down by the high e/yellow wall area yesterday and heard ice fall all day long. Charles Kinbote
From Brooklyn, NY
Joined Jan 30, 2012
6 points
Mar 9, 2014
How much snow is on the ground right now at the base of the cliffs? A.wilk
From MA
Joined Jul 27, 2012
38 points
Mar 9, 2014
A.wilk wrote:
How much snow is on the ground right now at the base of the cliffs?


depends on which climb, but anywhere from packed 3 inches, to unpacked 3 feet.
Rob D.
From Brooklyn, NY
Joined May 18, 2011
37 points
Mar 10, 2014
Top of Disneyland Gunks
Hopefully the nice weather this week will take care of some of the snow! WillamR
Joined Dec 1, 2012
12 points
Mar 18, 2014
Cujo 5.11d Red Rocks
I'm coming to NYC march 20-30 are people climbing at the gunks? Mostafa
From Alameda, CA
Joined Sep 26, 2011
640 points
Mar 18, 2014
Rock is sweet. Wet spots under roofs for sure and plenty of snow on the topouts and ledges. Alot of stuff is real dry though or dry enough. Wear your helmet. Plenty of large chunks of ice falling all over jdrago
From Rosendale, NY
Joined Apr 22, 2013
30 points
Mar 18, 2014
Cujo 5.11d Red Rocks
Okay thanks for info I'll be picking up a guidebook at the local shop I'm sure they can direct me to the drier spots. Regular approach shoes good enough to get to crag tho? Mostafa
From Alameda, CA
Joined Sep 26, 2011
640 points
Mar 18, 2014
Yeah those would work fine. If you have micro spikes on that wouldnt hurt either. Alot of ice on the trails in certain spots. Have fun man! jdrago
From Rosendale, NY
Joined Apr 22, 2013
30 points
Mar 18, 2014
Lucander off the GT Ledge on p. 2 of Keep on Strut...
It's been unseasonably cold this March. The cliff gets full on sun until about 2:30, then it's in the shade for the remaining hours. Pack two different wardrobes, it feels like different worlds this time of year. lucander
From Stone Ridge, NY
Joined Apr 1, 2009
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