Finally, for today, here is a clip I was sent of three Squamish locals removing a dangerous rock on Birds of Prey on the Squaw. It’s a good reminder that just because something is big, does not mean it’s “safe”. Be cautious out there, and DO NOT drop rocks without doing all the background work necessary, this group had people on the ground for public safety. Use the internet, chat rooms, billboards, climbing shops, the works. PLEASE PLEASE BE SAFE. Too many close calls that were NOT necessary are behind us, so please use common sense, we’ll all do the same. Have fun. Climb ON. BOO-YA.
Sonny trotters method could perhaps be the solution to the firewood collection at Arapiles. I am aware of an old tree on the first pitch of Introductory route/siren which would supply the pines with enough wood to last many six month fire seasons.
I agree it looks like granite.
I agree it is a 'bad look' to trundle such things, especially if you need to take a jack/s in with you to achieve that task.
I disagree it is Mt Larcom, as Mt Larcom (Qld) is limestone.