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Rhythmic Pumper, first ascent

phil_nev
24/10/2011
9:26:02 AM
A new route in the Gramps.
 

jodestar
24/10/2011
10:56:39 AM
Looks awesome Phil!
kieranl
24/10/2011
8:02:46 PM
Looks great Phil. Where is it - looks like just near Sport Crack?

phil_nev
24/10/2011
9:54:54 PM
On 24/10/2011 kieranl wrote:
>Looks great Phil. Where is it - looks like just near Sport Crack?

You have a good eye my man, it's in the same cave as sport crack, but starts at the bottom left of the cave and heads straight up the guts, they almost meet at the top.

Miguel75
24/10/2011
11:11:06 PM
Well done. It looks like alot of fun.
kieranl
25/10/2011
9:18:32 PM
There aren't too many spots on Mt Zero that it could possibly have been unless you had been very busy with a bobcat.
I've stuck a bare-bones entry on ACA. Any rave you want to go with it?
gfdonc
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25/10/2011
9:44:16 PM
Wot, couldn't afford to put the lower-off in?

phil_nev
26/10/2011
8:53:00 AM
On 25/10/2011 gfdonc wrote:
>Wot, couldn't afford to put the lower-off in?

There is a lower off there, but you have to back jump to clean it anyway, so just reverse the top bit.

nmonteith
26/10/2011
10:04:05 AM
Lower-offs on very steep routes do seem a bit pointless. That's why permadraws a good (hint hint Phil!)

phil_nev
26/10/2011
10:30:50 AM
Bolting is expensive enough already without leaving draws behind as well neilo! :)
robertsonja
26/10/2011
10:41:06 AM
On 26/10/2011 nmonteith wrote:
>Lower-offs on very steep routes do seem a bit pointless. That's why permadraws
>a good (hint hint Phil!)

Permadraws at Mt Zero - good?

rodw
26/10/2011
11:06:07 AM
Perma draws in a Nat Park would be a terrible Idea...on an already bad idea.

skip-skip
27/10/2011
2:34:25 PM
why is it called rhythmic pumper, phil?

nmonteith
27/10/2011
3:21:25 PM
Sounds like a Graham Hill name.

phil_nev
27/10/2011
5:57:38 PM
On 27/10/2011 skip-skip wrote:
>why is it called rhythmic pumper, phil?


Named after you of course nick. ;)

sjm
28/10/2011
1:59:19 PM
Nice one Phil. Good luck with the new job, sucks that you have to hang around until 5 though.

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