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General Climbing Discussion

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Advice for a visiting climber
martym
24/09/2013
4:52:35 PM
On 24/09/2013 ajfclark wrote:
>One hour walk? How slow do you move? I recently walked from the summit
>back to the carpark with a bung knee in 45 minutes...
It's been a while - and everything in the gramps feels like a long walk compared to Araps...
I'm sure some people can make it from Tullamarine to Stayplton in under 3 hours too...

The point is - even over the Easter weekend, Australian crags simply don't get the attention that Euro crags do. Fair?

ajfclark
24/09/2013
5:16:55 PM
Yeah, they don't. Here's a (crappy) picture how busy it was on Tiger Wall in late June:
martym
25/09/2013
10:52:11 AM
That's a lot of birdshit...
martym
22/10/2013
12:20:51 PM
On 19/09/2013 Ramon Marin wrote:
>Taipan Wall empty? For real? It looks insanely good, the best piece or
>rock I've seen. I thought there'd queues on Groovy... Well, in that case,
>I can only say this trip is just getting better by the day, so psyched.

See Chris Sharma's comments on another thread.

Like Europe 20 years ago...
lockydoc
22/10/2013
3:55:51 PM
id recomend if you have a tent just head to stapelton camp ground you will meet heaps of climbers plus there is some super fun bouldering out the back

ajfclark
22/10/2013
6:18:02 PM
Stapylton campground is currently closed and will be for a quite while. I imagine everytime it rains even more asbestos is exposed.
kieranl
22/10/2013
8:04:33 PM
And the rain is pelting down this evening
lockydoc
22/10/2013
9:02:38 PM
On 22/10/2013 ajfclark wrote:
>Stapylton campground is currently closed and will be for a quite while.
> I imagine everytime it rains even more asbestos is exposed.

oooooh didn't realise this..... probably just go to the pines then

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