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Guess The Route

vwills
24-Jul-2010
9:46:08 PM
Good one sprocket. Low Mtn, Monkey King, pitch 3 and its that well known climber mad taff with the Czech dragon on display!

Sprocket
27-Jul-2010
7:17:37 PM


This one should be really easy.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
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27-Jul-2010
7:36:02 PM
Pitch two of Cornerstone Rib on Crater Bluff in the Warrumbungles.

Sprocket
28-Jul-2010
10:36:41 AM
Yes good enough M9 its all yours. Everything is right except its pitch 1. This is the start about 10 meters to the left of the usual that avoids the scramble and is a tad more interesting. Well guessed!

IdratherbeclimbingM9
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28-Jul-2010
9:02:56 PM
kieranl
29-Jul-2010
9:03:11 AM
Noblesse Oblige

IdratherbeclimbingM9
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29-Jul-2010
9:16:41 AM
Sorry, no.

This route is much shorter, has more protection opportunity, but is probably climbed on about as often ...

meinmuk
29-Jul-2010
10:00:25 AM
While I've never climbed @ Buffalo, I'd have been surprised from the descriptions if you could get a shot of NO with 2 runners!
citationx
29-Jul-2010
10:03:16 AM
One of the flake/crack 14/17 slabs at Catani Crag?
I did both a few months back. pleasant enough, mighty thin flakes make it scary to imagine a fall on any gear behind them though...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
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29-Jul-2010
10:26:23 AM
On 29/07/2010 citationx wrote:
>One of the flake/crack 14/17 slabs at Catani Crag?
>I did both a few months back. pleasant enough, mighty thin flakes make it scary to imagine a fall on any gear behind them though...

The climb is not at Buffalo, but it is written up in a VCC guidebook.

On 29/07/2010 meinmuk wrote:
>While I've never climbed @ Buffalo, I'd have been surprised from the descriptions if you could get a shot of NO with 2 runners!

That same thought occurred to me when kieranl replied, though since NO has been retro'd there is an average of two bolt runners per pitch now!
egosan
29-Jul-2010
10:53:15 AM
How many pitches M9isbadatMaths? How many bolts? I don't think the average or the mean is anywhere near 2.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
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29-Jul-2010
11:01:50 AM
... then you were off route!
Heh, heh, heh.
egosan
29-Jul-2010
11:13:04 AM
I stand corrected M9isalwaysright. 13 bolts 8 pitches = 1.625 bolts / pitch It is close to 2 bolts per pitch.

gordoste
29-Jul-2010
12:51:32 PM
is it yeddonba wall? it looks like mt pilot to me

IdratherbeclimbingM9
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29-Jul-2010
1:01:09 PM
The picture I posted above is half obscure (shouldn't be to NE Vic climbers), so I thought I'd throw another very obscure one into the mix from a different location, to help feed the adventurous types who like to explore; ... to talk about while others guess the first?

Hereyagoegosan ~ a location without bolts for you to ponder..., & no, it is not Mt Buffalo.






IdratherbeclimbingM9
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29-Jul-2010
1:07:12 PM
On 29/07/2010 gordoste wrote:
>is it yeddonba wall? it looks like mt pilot to me

Hmm, while I was uploading another pic on a slow day, gordoste comes along and correctly guesses the route and location.
It is a pleasant line that a number of Chockstoners have done early in their climbing careers.

It is all yours gordoste. Please ignore the adventure location pic above(!), that I will leave since I took the effort to post it.

gordoste
29-Jul-2010
1:46:18 PM
egosan
29-Jul-2010
1:50:36 PM
I am glad to see that I am not the only one that can't keep the horizon horizontal.
kieranl
29-Jul-2010
2:25:59 PM
On 29/07/2010 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>Hereyagoegosan ~ a location without bolts for you to ponder..., & no,
>it is not Mt Buffalo.
>
Cobberas?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
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29-Jul-2010
2:52:31 PM
On 29/07/2010 kieranl wrote:
>On 29/07/2010 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>>Hereyagoegosan ~ a location without bolts for you to ponder..., & no,
>>it is not Mt Buffalo.
>>
>Cobberas?

No, and since it is not my turn I shall name the location.
It is a small cliff located slightly southeast of Falls Creek. It was something I took an interest in while motorcycling the Vic high country, sussing out potential new climbing spots for myself.

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