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Sep 24, 2013
How does everyone manage their ticklists? Do you just use Mountain Project, scribble in guidebooks or something else?

I was looking for a way to sort all of it... like a spreadsheet or something. Anyone have any ideas?
JEFFisNOTfunny
Joined Apr 15, 2012
15 points
Sep 24, 2013
cottonmouth
just go climb, you'll remember the ones worth remembering ze_dirtbag
From TBD
Joined Jun 18, 2012
51 points
Sep 24, 2013
CoR
You need a computer to tell you that you are having fun? rging
From Salt Lake City, Ut
Joined Jul 18, 2011
181 points
Sep 24, 2013
nah... i keep notes and entries on various routes... i just wanted a good suggestion for a way to organize them JEFFisNOTfunny
Joined Apr 15, 2012
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Sep 24, 2013
I maintain mine on thecrag.com. David Gibbs
From Ottawa, ON
Joined Aug 18, 2010
8 points
Sep 24, 2013
For alpine climbs and multipitch I usually write up a little journal entry after each. This for my own beta if I decide to climb it again later on, pitch length, gear requirements and so on. I also think it would be cool to have a record of all the climbs I have done when Im old. I don't usually record single pitch climbs though. Sendstown
Joined Aug 28, 2013
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Sep 24, 2013
I tick routes on MP when I remember.But on the routes I do not on MP I just remember them in my head and eventually forget the crappy ones. ian watson
From Albuquerque, NM
Joined Apr 27, 2010
275 points
Sep 24, 2013
I was hoping for some sort of way to keep the record locally on my computer, not on a website. That's why I was thinking excel or something. crag.com looks pretty good though. JEFFisNOTfunny
Joined Apr 15, 2012
15 points
Sep 24, 2013
swagging
Microsoft Excell The Blueprint Part Dank
From FEMA Region VIII
Joined Jun 21, 2013
258 points
Sep 24, 2013
Orgasm Direct, Devil's Lake, 5.11a  c. 2008
If I can't remember whether or not I've climbed it, I might as well climb it again. Dylan B.
Joined Mar 31, 2006
406 points
Sep 24, 2013
The one they call The Husky, Natasha Holliday, Esq...
I use something similar to thecrag.com that I coded up for my own personal use. It doesn't have a fancy UI; I'm an engineer so I can deal with an unfancy UI. Several friends have suggested that I clean it up and release it for public consumption (as desktop software and/or an app). I haven't pursued it further since I don't think the demand would be too great. Dave Holliday
Joined Feb 3, 2003
1,130 points
Sep 24, 2013
also for training purposes when I run laps on certain climbs... I wouldn't want to tick a public site multiple times for a single day... but It would be good to have a way to record and sort the training data. JEFFisNOTfunny
Joined Apr 15, 2012
15 points
Sep 24, 2013
Jose Cuervo Fruitcups dirtbag style
You can export your MP ticklist into a .CSV file and create a spreadsheet for you to keep and maintain off-line. It's on the Ticks list of your personal page at the top, next to the RSS feed button. doligo
Joined Sep 26, 2008
408 points
Sep 24, 2013
OTL
D.Buffum wrote:
If I can't remember whether or not I've climbed it, I might as well climb it again.


Senior onsight.
Matt N
From Santa Barbara, CA
Joined Oct 20, 2010
345 points
Sep 24, 2013
Spreadsheet! Wish I would have started 20 years ago, from the beginning.

Interesting to compare year to year, season to season.
Wally
From Denver
Joined Apr 12, 2006
31 points
Sep 24, 2013
Middle St. Vrain
+1 Spreadsheet. If you're computer intelligent, unlike me, you could use access or some other DB software and get really OCD. Excel has limitation on what you can and can't do since it's a glorified calculator. Adam B
From Wheat Ridge, CO
Joined Oct 14, 2008
180 points
Sep 24, 2013
I only track gym routes. All the rest are irrelevant. highaltitudeflatulentexpulsion
From Denver
Joined Oct 29, 2012
16 points
Sep 24, 2013
I get a new tattoo for every climb over 5.8 that I do. chuffnugget
From Bolder, CO
Joined Sep 14, 2011
22 points
Sep 24, 2013
What's your first tattoo gonna be? Mark Pilate
Joined Jun 25, 2013
11 points
Sep 24, 2013
A grey fox skull wedged in a crack 100' up on a FA...
Mark Pilate wrote:
What's your first tattoo gonna be?


Zing! haha, I'm guessing a portrait of the Beibs' on his ass cheek.
Glenn Schuler
From Monument, Co.
Joined Jun 24, 2006
975 points
Sep 24, 2013
does anyone have any spreadsheet layouts to share or macros written for them? JEFFisNOTfunny
Joined Apr 15, 2012
15 points
Sep 24, 2013
OTL
MP has this great function - Ticks -> export. Then paste into excel and split into columns (text to columns). Matt N
From Santa Barbara, CA
Joined Oct 20, 2010
345 points
Sep 24, 2013
A spread sheet? Do you live in your parents basement? I cant believe I'm actually reading this. Kevinmurray
Joined Dec 20, 2012
5 points
Sep 24, 2013
I just keep track by all the scratches on my nuts...should be sufficient for all you nut scratchers out there. Mark Pilate
Joined Jun 25, 2013
11 points


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