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Apr 22, 2010
thriller
(dont post) dylan allwine
From New Hampshire
Joined Apr 22, 2010
88 points
Apr 22, 2010
Living the High Life.
5.whogivesashit. Its sport climbing. Andy Novak
From Golden, Co
Joined Aug 22, 2007
322 points
Apr 23, 2010
Mens Crisis Center .12a
I'd stick to MMA if I were you...way more babes. Ian G.
From PDX, OR
Joined Apr 13, 2009
335 points
Apr 23, 2010
Peaks
No sense in asking others this question. I'd Suggest just trying something harder... Todd Savoy
From Flagstaff
Joined Mar 11, 2009
29 points
Apr 23, 2010
Out of the blue.  Photo by Mike W.
nobody cares about numbers, especially other people's numbers. We are just climbing rock ya know.

If you care go find out. I suspect you are younger.

The fact that your profile say you lead 5.7 and follow 5.11 says a lot.
Greg D
From Here
Joined Apr 5, 2006
960 points
Apr 23, 2010
Loving it up in the Creek!
Guess it depends if you're toproping or not.... tooTALLtim
From Boulder, CO
Joined Apr 9, 2007
1,246 points
Apr 23, 2010
Go find some .9+ routes. I bet you can find some that will serve you some humble pie. k. riemondy
From Boulder, Co
Joined Oct 3, 2006
92 points
Apr 23, 2010
Me
Will Anglin wrote:
5.17c

Was thinking .17 b but what's the diffrence.
Brian Snider
From NorCal
Joined Mar 24, 2010
759 points
Apr 23, 2010
Silverton
You are too extreme for climbing man. Climbing isn't for extreme cool kids anymore...haven't you heard? You aren't cool unless you have a squirrel suit!! That's the thing cool people are doing now. Get out of the climbing game man, quick!! It will ruin your image. You will get tons of babes and people will think you are super cool. Just get a squirrel suit and rig. You are so cool you may not need any training just jump. Ty Harlacker
From Albuquerque, NM
Joined Mar 2, 2008
211 points
Apr 23, 2010
Taken at MWV Icefest 2014.
See at the top of your browser window where there's a long box with letters in it? It starts with "http". Change the words that say "mountainproject" to "rockclimbing" and you'll get the answers you're looking for. Along with 300 others that you aren't. cjdrover
From Somerville, MA
Joined Feb 18, 2009
386 points
Apr 23, 2010
You flashed a .10a with less than an hour of work? You bad. Fat Dad
From Los Angeles, CA
Joined Nov 9, 2007
137 points
Apr 23, 2010
I'd say 5.V.twomillion+









Seriously? Try something harder and see how it goes. Learn by doing, yeah?
Lanky
From Tired
Joined Jun 20, 2008
405 points
Apr 23, 2010
Thats Me
this is an important question? why dont you just go climb some stuff thats fun? I think rating climbs as "fun" or "not fun" is more important than some contrived numbering system. But yeah I guess you could climb 5.17c(X?) clay meier
Joined Dec 24, 2008
359 points
Apr 23, 2010
Grahh! There be a human in my Throne!
I love how everyone was so agressive towards him for no reason. Kinda makes me want to jump on the bandwagon too!
But seriously, you'd probably fit in better at rockclimbing.com
Tim C
From Lakewood, CO
Joined Nov 17, 2007
209 points
Apr 23, 2010
Ghostride da whip!
Little Devil James Beissel
From Boulder, CO
Joined Aug 8, 2004
981 points
Apr 23, 2010
thriller
chill guys ive only just started climbing and im 14. chill the fuck out. And the reason i wanna know is cause i like to push myself and of course i like to do solid fun routes but i also really enjoy the felling of pushing myself and completing something hard to me. If your gonna be dicks then dont post dylan allwine
From New Hampshire
Joined Apr 22, 2010
88 points
Apr 23, 2010
Living the High Life.
I...I feel bad about myself. Andy Novak
From Golden, Co
Joined Aug 22, 2007
322 points
Apr 23, 2010
I stand by both my sarcastic comment and my real comment. My point being that it's a bit of a silly question and that your best bet really is to pick something harder than you've ever climbed and try it. Maybe you'll succeed quickly. If so, pick something harder. If not, work it until you can do it.

No one is going to be able to tell you from across the internet how hard you might climb if you worked something for a while. It's just impossible. We can't know if you're super strong but with shaky technique and not a lot of confidence on lead or if your technique is awesome but you struggle bad on steep routes. Without that kind of detailed knowledge of your climbing abilities and style we really can't give you good concrete advice on this subject.

So, pick something hard and try it! If you're talking Rumney, what about Social Outcast or Flesh For Lulu?
Lanky
From Tired
Joined Jun 20, 2008
405 points
Apr 23, 2010
Me scaring years off my mom's life
dylan allwine wrote:
And the reason i wanna know is cause i like to push myself and of course i like to do solid fun routes but i also really enjoy the felling of pushing myself and completing something hard to me.


Dude - do you go to the Jim Ebert School of Run-on Sentences?
Austin Baird
From SLC, Utah
Joined Apr 26, 2009
101 points
Apr 23, 2010
thriller
JulianM wrote:
I stand by both my sarcastic comment and my real comment. My point being that it's a bit of a silly question and that your best bet really is to pick something harder than you've ever climbed and try it. Maybe you'll succeed quickly. If so, pick something harder. If not, work it until you can do it. No one is going to be able to tell you from across the internet how hard you might climb if you worked something for a while. It's just impossible. We can't know if you're super strong but with shaky technique and not a lot of confidence on lead or if your technique is awesome but you struggle bad on steep routes. Without that kind of detailed knowledge of your climbing abilities and style we really can't give you good concrete advice on this subject. So, pick something hard and try it! If you're talking Rumney, what about Social Outcast or Flesh For Lulu?


Finally someone who can give me some actually feedback. Thanks
dylan allwine
From New Hampshire
Joined Apr 22, 2010
88 points
Apr 23, 2010
wham bam hand jam. Wrapping up the final moves of ...
climbing is aid. Darren Mabe
From Flagstaff, AZ
Joined Dec 12, 2002
3,733 points
Apr 23, 2010
Up on Rat Stew.
Greg D wrote:
nobody cares about numbers, especially other people's numbers. We are just climbing rock ya know. If you care go find out. I suspect you are younger. The fact that your profile say you lead 5.7 and follow 5.11 says a lot.


And yet you took the time to check his profile because you just don't care.

More often than not this has become more like 8a.nu, where people judge your opinions based on your tick list or listed abilities. This whole thread is kind of superfluous. Like they say, the numbers don't matter. Just get whatever you want out of climbing, but don't worry about how hard you or anyone else climbs. Have fun maybe.
Mark Kauz
From Madison, WI
Joined May 11, 2009
80 points
Apr 23, 2010
Me, of course
If your body can take it, mid .12 is where things get really hard, in my opinion. I'd try working a .12a and see how it goes. Evan S
From Erie, CO
Joined Dec 30, 2007
550 points
Apr 23, 2010
A grey fox skull wedged in a crack 100' up on a FA...
WiledHorse wrote:
climbing is aid.


I'm sensing some sort of theme to your comments this morning Wiley.... I just can't put my finger on what it is though....
Glenn Schuler
From Monument, Co.
Joined Jun 24, 2006
964 points
Apr 23, 2010
wham bam hand jam. Wrapping up the final moves of ...
Glenn Schuler wrote:
I'm sensing some sort of theme to your comments this morning Wiley.... I just can't put my finger on what it is though....

glad someone caught it. ;)
Darren Mabe
From Flagstaff, AZ
Joined Dec 12, 2002
3,733 points
Administrator
Apr 23, 2010
Insurrection, 5.14c.  Photo Adam Sanders.
Mark Kauz wrote:
...this has become more like 8a.nu, where people judge your opinions based on your tick list or listed abilities...


Its about damn time!
Monomaniac
From Morrison, CO
Joined Oct 26, 2006
16,864 points


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