By Hamilton Kibbe From Boston, MA Jun 6, 2013
I am very surprised to learn that people actually enjoy climbing. I always thought it was the most annoying part of setting up any rappel route.
Excuse me while I add my onsight rappel of Bachar-Yerian to my tick list. FLAG
By Galen Rahmlow From Weehawken Jun 6, 2013
Wherever the cooler goes I'll follow...
By Woodchuck ATC Jun 6, 2013
I have never climbed, but I Prancercise regularly.
VIDEO Just saw this on the AM network shows,,,gotta start this as my new AM workout to replace Zumba' soon. FLAG
By FrankPS From Atascadero, CA Jun 6, 2013
Woodchuck ATC wrote:
Just saw this on the AM network shows,,,gotta start this as my new AM workout to replace Zumba' soon.
Or you could have just seen it on Page 1 of this thread. :) FLAG
By rging From Salt Lake City, Ut Jun 6, 2013
By real climbing you mean off the internet and away from my 3D TV?
By Caprinae monkey Jun 6, 2013
Hamilton Kibbe wrote:
I am very surprised to learn that people actually enjoy climbing. I always thought it was the most annoying part of setting up any rappel route. Excuse me while I add my onsight rappel of Bachar-Yerian to my tick list.
^^^^^^ Hhahahah love it! and, awesome job on that onsight rappel, i saw it in your ticklist and was like, Damn! What prompted me to refer to the rapelling question I get was cjdrover's post of "I went sport rappelling once. On a related note, I am listing 14 figure 8's for sale, $50 each." FLAG
By Locker From Yucca Valley, CA Jun 7, 2013
That's ALWAYS a GREAT response! LMAO! FLAG
By mr. mango Jun 8, 2013
Climbing? Who would ever want to do that. There's all this rope and stuff and ATCs. What happens if you fall?
By DBarton From CENTENNIAL, CO Jun 8, 2013
One word "Prancer-rappelling"' but def not climbing, the ankle weights would be a pain.
Time to cut the noose! FLAG
By Dana Bartlett From CT Jun 8, 2013 What happens if you fall? Didn't you read the title? It's about climbing, not falling. Two different things. Anyway, I went climbing outside once, but there was no else there except me and my partner and we don't get along very well. That's the last time I spend $3000 on gear on a new sport, I swear. FLAG
By Joe Stark From Iowa Jun 8, 2013
I climbed a really tall ladder once. I was shit-scared, bro!
By FrankPS From Atascadero, CA Jun 8, 2013
Yeah, sometimes I read someone's profile that says they "lead 3rd Class." I can easily lead First Class, whatever that means. Everybody knows first is better than third.
By DBarton From CENTENNIAL, CO Jun 9, 2013
I climb out of bed most mornings, that counts right.
(Importantly, my bed is in a house, not on a cliff. Rocks scare me) FLAG
By Tom-o Sapien Jun 12, 2013
I proudly wear my non-CE rated caribiner key keeper attached to my belt loop in all my travels. Surely this is a tell tale sign to all that I may have , at one point in my life, picked up a climbing magazine to peruse through it's pages.
By Nate K From Bozeman, MT Jun 16, 2013
I tried once but i fell so most of the time now i just lie down on a flat rocky surface and have a friend take a picture with the camera side ways