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Chockstone Forum - General Discussion

General Climbing Discussion

Poll Option Votes Graph
Yes bolted - all rings 10
No bolts - happy to haul rack up to the stratosphe 6
Yes bolted - U's please 0
No - keep it as one huge high-ball boulder 2
Yes bolted with SS glue in carrots 1
Mixed - bolts where needed and gear 27
Yes manky mild steel and name it "ODH central" 2

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New cliff in the East: do you want trad or bolted?

4:51:38 PM
On 22/02/2012 davetheyounger wrote:
> When looking up from the Maroondah highway there appears to be a good looking
>wall with a couple of small overhangs, and possibly a resonable arete.

No banana, but I have seen those too and would be happy to mooch around with anyone interested in exploring.

6:54:06 PM
I'm keen for an explore... Let me know when you're free.

In saying that, I still need to explore Mt Alex with Skegly...

7:21:28 PM
Bugger Skegly, come walking with the king of choss.

What days are you free?

8:14:46 PM
Next week: Thurs, Fri, Sat.

Given I'm a slug, will I need a Sherpa for the walk in?

9:35:58 PM
>On 21/02/2012 Pat wrote:
>I have neither the Fantini cojones or the Grollo budget for stainless,
>so it will be somewhere in between the two.

On 21/02/2012 Pat wrote:
>Agree with both of you - I was tongue in cheek saying I didn't have the
>budget for as much stainless as a Grollo style project - maybe M9 would
>like to explain what I mean.

Between those two posts you have already done that for me!

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