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The Third Rail

  Here is the video of Ryan Moon working what became the third rail, an amazing line on the trogdor boulder. I’ve been eyeing this for a while, glad to see it got sent. Good job Ryan! http://vimeo.com/23158511 Daniel Advertisements

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Wonder No More Right Sit

Here is a video of Dean sending the new right sit start to Wonder No More in the Lower Arb. This extension was added a week ago by Jeremy Meigs and is a great addition to the area. Instead of … Continue reading

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Classic V0 Highballs

On page 40 of the guide there is an arrow in the map pointing to some random classic lines that aren’t topo’d. Well these are the lines that we were talking about. These lines have obviously been climbed but they … Continue reading

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FA-Team

FA-Team is the right line in this photo. This is another new problem that was put up right after the guide was completed. It is located at the stage coach boulders in the state park, and is by far the … Continue reading

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The Gambler

http://www.climbing.com/photo-video/gallery/bouldering_in_columbia_california/index8.html This is another photo from the Dean’s gallery…It is a shot of me on the FA of the Gambler V8ish. This is in the guidebook as Project U on pg 102 up in the lab main area. This is … Continue reading

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Hiding in Plain Sight

http://www.climbing.com/photo-video/gallery/bouldering_in_columbia_california/index12.html The link above is a to a photo of me on a new problem called Hiding in Plain Sight V7. It was taken by Dean Fleming of course, and is part of his featured climbing mag web gallery. This problem starts … Continue reading

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Batt Vision

I put this climb up last spring after B-Batt invisioned the line (hence the name). This climb is to the left of Grave of the Underpants and checks in around V6. Stand start on the vertical wall and climb only … Continue reading

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