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    • City of Rocks Climb
      Hello Everyone! I'm a new comer to climbing, and fresh for the particular forum. My pal and I was expecting there is a set of experienced climbers going as much as City of Rocks at Almo, Idaho this Summer that would be happy to show us the ropes. We may or may not need gear based on supply in school's tenant place, also I'd be eager to package gear inside my own rig for everybody else. I was not very certain where else to place so any direction or help will be greatly valued. Thanks!
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    • Climbing area Mecca
      Does someone have any advice on the rising area Mecca in fundamental oregon? I am aware that it really is out warm springs and probably rather"hushhush". But. . Just how many paths? Or can it be worth the drive out of Bend? Any advice will be appreciated.
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    • Climbing/bouldering near Joseph, Oregon
      'll be spending last week in September from the Wallawas close Joseph, OR and hope to tug some stone whilst still there. I am meeting a friend who climbs once per calendar year, hence nothing about committing. Even the Google (the definitive origin of all ) provides little to no advice, in taking a look at photos of the spot, there must be some bouldering. When I want to throw at a mat along with rope, that is what I will do, however, any beta could be much valued.
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    • Put 38 north of hwy, easy walkup to place TR paths?
      Taking a look at the guide book for departure 38 shows tons of paths which are quite a great transition out of indoor fitness center to outdoor gym-like environs. Would want to begin 5.6's and work upward because of him. Found plenty of places across the north of depart 38. Odds are that it'd be only me and him obviously I want to walk round to setup a TR. He's 80 some odd pounds and that I really don't desire to poison his own life with a"dropped his daddy and murdered him position". Some excellent easy crags with easy walk round for TR installments? Hopefully that the holds are perhaps not overly depart 38 weird such as at we achieved it stone.
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    • Ride of the Valkyries at Purina
      Does anybody know if Ride of the Valkyries has seen some activity in a little while? Simply because its Hugh Herr FA has me wondering whether or not it's really a significant sandbag. Or in case the beta is really to utilize stilts with camhooks at the very end and helium balloons attached round your knees.
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    • Spring Mtn
      Anybody partake of this glorious Spring Mtn summer time? Curious if anybody's working new paths or draining old. I worked with my azz off that summer and did not get to play .
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    • Vibram XS Edge vs. Stealth Rubber
      Has anybody had some difficulties using the Vibram XS edge/grip rubber deteriorating considerably faster compared to the 5.10 stealth rubber? I appear to function as re-soling my shoes around every 3 weeks. Allowed I scale approximately 5 to 6 times per week out doors, but since I have changed against 5.10 shoes to La Sportiva, this indicates that the XS vibram can be really a far thicker rubber that's excellent for grip and sensitivity, however awful for durability. Just wondering whether every Sportiva users experienced exactly the exact same issue... Thank you
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    • Western Washington Bouldering
      My children are still getting stir crazy without a faculty and also that the weather is looking promising for second week. Just wondering if all of those american Washington bouldering areas dry after a week or so of rain? I will hook them up with rope scaling day long, however my kids mostly wish to boulder.
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    • What’s the best way to start Shake, Rattle and Roll?
      Eliminating yanking trees throughout Large Tree two, next throw. Would prefer an even interesting beginning, even in case your little tougher. Why is Northwest Passage the most effective medium beginning? Matt's topo simply shows a arrow pointing from underneath...
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    • White Chuck Mountain rock climbing
      Having the bull down up White Chuck mountain into the"false summit", I detected before you arrive at the scree and scale across the stone heap, there's really a terrific major stone wall that contributes to the authentic summit/highest point. Therefore my question would be: Has anybody here ever done technological scaling about this mountain at summer time? In that case, did you get to the real summit?
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