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 Post subject: Re: The Climbing Thread!
PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2013 2:38 pm 
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christoph benells wrote:

best climb of the year, mt. hood north face right gully




i can´t see any belay on your simulclimb. you should at least use a tibloc or a ropeman and attach it as close to the fix point as possible. no quickdraws
http://myclimbingguide.com/?p=157


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 Post subject: Re: The Climbing Thread!
PostPosted: Wed Jul 24, 2013 12:30 pm 
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No bouldering yet!

We had a weekend fixed to go trad. climbing in the Peak District or the Lake District in the north of England, but a last minute change of plan saw us load up the car and head to France.

A drive, a ride in the car on a train in an under-sea tunnel and another drive took us to Fontainebleau, a huge expanse of sandstone boulders in the forest, one of the world's most historical and iconic bouldering areas.

It was hot, humid and great fun. We spent 3 days sweating and pulling faces on the easier circuits, lolling about and enjoying the meat, the cheese and the wine. Didn't even scratch the surface, we'll definitely be back.

When in France:

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