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General Climbing Discussion

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You're only allowed to do 1 more climb ... ever !

FatBoy
13/01/2004
3:56:09 PM
You could just float up it !
kieranl
13/01/2004
10:14:40 PM
I missed the "Sharma-like strength" bit.
Even given that, I would probably pick D-Minor. I have done it with so many close friends over the years. I would settle for that. I would rather something that reminded me of friends.

Rich
14/01/2004
10:11:21 AM
Well if you want length I reckon just start up bard on easter sunday at say around 10:30am, that should allow u to put in a fair few hours, some maybe waiting but hey it'll be warm and sunny!
but i'd say maybe the nose free.. or serpentine ;)
Setha
15/01/2004
12:53:23 PM
"Lombaba" Hampi, India.
bob
15/01/2004
1:03:51 PM
i wouldnt make the choice i would just stop

probabley go hiking insted

bob

phil_nev
15/01/2004
1:25:57 PM
Serpentine gets my vote as well.
Heath
15/01/2004
1:48:08 PM
spectre - Dvae grahams line in buttermilks, assuming dave graham like strength!

IdratherbeclimbingM9
15/01/2004
5:38:14 PM
>You're only allowed to do 1 more climb ... ever !
... I can think of other things to do with a limited amount of time left.
Oh, you mean rock climbing? ... then Balls Pyramid.

It's not fair being limited to one.
~>So much rock and so little time...

alrob
15/01/2004
8:40:36 PM
the nose

tmarsh
16/01/2004
8:43:45 AM
Anything at Tallarook/Warragul Rocks. The best routes on the best rock in the best location in the world.

tim

Phil Box
16/01/2004
8:49:58 AM
Juggernaut at Frog Buttress, it`s that last three metres of offwidth horror show that defies my efforts at finishing it.

Super Saiyan
30/08/2005
3:31:16 PM
**bump**

Bouldering- The Mandala or Slashface

Sport Climbing- Kryptonite or Flex Luthor

Trad- Passport to Insanity or Dihedral Wall free

Bob Saki
30/08/2005
3:36:08 PM
Mt Vinson - AT

albion
30/08/2005
4:29:23 PM
On 13/01/2004 Rupert wrote:
>Ok last climb - so I'd want it to be long - really long. I reckon we go
>put a new route up on the side of 'The Challenger Deep' off the island
>of Guam. This is the deepest known point in the ocean and at nearly 11,000
>metres I figure it'll be about 250 pitches of 'mixed' climbing. Any takers?

Along those lines I would go for one of the 10-20km cliffs on ice-moon Miranda. Probably hasn't been climbed as yet. Crampons, good thermals. Low gravity.



Rich
30/08/2005
4:35:36 PM
climb trango tower, fake my own death, then come back under an assumed name so i'm 'allowed' to climb however many more I want

IdratherbeclimbingM9
30/08/2005
5:01:03 PM
On 30/08/2005 Rich wrote:
>climb trango tower, fake my own death, then come back under an assumed
>name so i'm 'allowed' to climb however many more I want

Reminds me of the Short Story thread
http://www.chockstone.org/Forum/Forum.asp?ForumID=1&Action=Display&MessageID=16124&PagePos=&Sort=

Where the dead eternally climb the heights.

sarah
4/09/2005
10:06:20 PM
Fit to be Tied , Ton Sai Beach, Thailand

Just for the view
prb
4/09/2005
11:21:32 PM
It would have to be something at Moonarie, for sentimental reasons.

Dry Land on the Great Wall would do.

dot
5/09/2005
9:47:08 AM
The Nose, free.

sticky
5/09/2005
10:16:07 AM
Sunshine Crack, Snowpatch Spire, Bugaboos. One day...

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