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Social Comment @ Araps

Robbie
11/06/2013
11:32:22 AM
Hey All I did Social Comment (*14) on Death Row Pinnacle on the weekend. A fantastic climb at the grade. However, the hollow flake on the second pitch sounded a little to hollow for me. It was OK to pull on for a move, however upon inspection I decided to place pro somewhere else. Has anyone been there and got and opinion on this?

pmonks
11/06/2013
2:17:30 PM
Using social media to get comments on Social Comment? BEST TROLL EVAH!!!1

IdratherbeclimbingM9
11/06/2013
3:31:36 PM
On 11/06/2013 pmonks wrote:
>Using social media to get comments on Social Comment? BEST TROLL EVAH!!!1

Sorry to inform* you, but you are bent pmonks... ☺
~> in the nicest possible way!
Heh, heh, heh.

(* I think the original post is genuine).

On 11/06/2013 Robbie wrote:
>(snip) the hollow flake on the second
>pitch sounded a little to hollow for me. It was OK to pull on for a move,
>however upon inspection I decided to place pro somewhere else. Has anyone
>been there and got and opinion on this?

Have not done the route, however I believe you made the right decision in using your judgement at the time.

ajfclark
11/06/2013
4:56:42 PM
On 11/06/2013 Robbie wrote:
>Hey All I did Social Comment (*14) on Death Row Pinnacle on the weekend.
> A fantastic climb at the grade. However, the hollow flake on the second
>pitch sounded a little to hollow for me. It was OK to pull on for a move,
>however upon inspection I decided to place pro somewhere else. Has anyone
>been there and got and opinion on this?

The description on thecrag mentions that it's avoidable.

I led it as a single pitch and I'm pretty sure I didn't pull on the flake or put gear behind it, but I found the moves above where the belay would be quite committing.

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