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Your most embaresing (climbing) moment 15-Nov-2009 At 10:02:59 PM foreverabumbly
On 15/11/2009 nmonteith wrote:
>On 15/11/2009 foreverabumbly wrote:
>>I was climbing a technical 14 arete hand
>What exactly does that look like?

Well, its grade 14, on an arete, with a slightly offhand sized crack about a foot at the most from the edge of the arete on one of the faces. The crux is a layback thingy off the crack that you use the arete for some holds.

I dont really know how else to explain it, its at Morialta (Adelaide), called shedidit.

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