|On 31/07/2013 Duang Daunk wrote:
>On 31/07/2013 One Day Hero wrote:
>>also, obvious but there's lots of tards who don't get it.........
>>If you go and drill a ton of bolts into shitty non-lines, way the fuch
>>away from civilization, which are guaranteed to never be repeated, you're
>>more of an environmental vandal than a bold explorer.
>Odh understands what is involved.
>Are you going to go ground up? If so, then any likely follower will likely
>appreciate the easiest line, as there is nothing wrong in that concept,
>as after all, the aim is to top-out and have fun in the process.
>It is multipitch yeah?
>If that is the case then you wont be fagged bolting the non-line that
>is revealed by rapping the route, and rapping a multipitch in unexplored
>territory doesn't always mean that you will be online.
ODH- minimal bolts, natural pro is preferred. Just planning for slabby sections. Also taking into account of Mt Buffalo bolting history and not over bolting lines, make it exciting but safe. Not really looking at it as a bold explorer but hoping to put up a long more adventurous/ maybe multiday route that is enjoyable for myself, friends as well as those climbers out there that enjoy putting a bit of effort into getting to climbs.
it is multipitch.
First few pitchs look to go on natural gear.
Middle pitches - need to be reccied more, so planning to rap in from the top, early days now just planning everything before heading in after winter.