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Feb 26, 2013
todd w wrote:
It only gets the traffic because of its location and grade, not because it's that great of a climb. It's very middle of the road for the red. The grease and excess chalk make it go from a so-so climb to a sub par one.

Huh? What do you mean by "its location"? I guess you havent been to the red recently but left flank is not considered a prime location hahaha. Try PMRP or Muir. What 10a would you asy is 5 stars then? And what 10a is worse than it?
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Mar 11, 2013
random precision
baby blue eyes
brown eyed girl
some humans ain't human
karmic retribution
return to balance

random precision is one of my favorite routes at the gorge and it sounds like just what you're looking for. a pure line without a lot of unnecessary hand holds. its got technical footwork, a few good rests, and is solid at 11b. if you're breaking into the grade and don't prefer steep, juggy climbs, you should totally get on it!
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