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tallmark515


Dec 1, 2006, 2:42 AM
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Dec 1, 2006, 3:10 AM
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Limestone crags near LA? Are you high? No limestone crags around LA and I certainly wouldn't want to place gear in it if there was. Joshua Tree or Tahquitz are your options.

Jason


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there's a limestone crag in la county, it's just hard to find and there are only like 5 routes there. However, just go to josh! or you could plug cams into the pockets at malibu and have them blow out when you fall.

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...and stoney point?


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there is stuff you could lead trad at stony point if you were just desperate to put a cam it a crack but it's really not a trad area and certainly not somewhere to play around with trad climbing. It's tope rope. josh is only 2 hours away

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Dec 20, 2006, 8:54 PM
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hexes and cams work fine at Stoney, Mark, even a bomber nut here and there. i'll climb with you, if you want to go play on those


SLABMONKEY


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GO TO LAKE PERRIS. OR SCREW AROUND AT MT RUBIDEAUX IN RIVERSIDE. A LOT CLOSER THAN JOSHUA TREE.


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Feb 23, 2007, 3:53 AM
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I lead trad at stoney all the time never popped protection once and even taken falls on cams and nuts!And in 12!


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