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top secret FA

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here is a pic from a backcountry FA I did (that's my partner in the pic) this fall. it is a 4 pitch 5.5 R with lots of traversing to the right on pitches 1-2 and lots of routefinding. the mental crux (there is barely a physical crux on 5.5) was about 40 ft up with only one nut in a flare 15 feet below FAing up slabby weirdness. the whole cliff is huge and off the beaten path (NOT anywhere near Arrow Spire, I just couldn't find how to post without linking to a route and section) lots of potential FA's here. if you can find it based on the pic... then you already know about it. Good luck.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-11-03
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Crystal Peak at Sunset

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Taken from Crystal Lake May 15. I just arrived in CO that morning after driving from WV in a day and a half. This was the first day of wilderness staff training for me at Camp Redcloud!
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-11-03
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vertical caving

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A friend coming back up out of one of the drops in Caldwell Cave, WV. I got to try out the frog system and a petzl foot ascender. if I did lots of vertical caving it would be worth it. until then I'll keep using a grigri and a prussik as needed. that morning I rope solo trad climbed New Yosemite (New River Gorge) on the aforementioned grigri. fun day for sure.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-11-03
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Golite Revelation

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Golite Revelation waterproof breathable ultralight rain jacket!! 12oz, NWT, Men's Medium Check out this brand new 12 oz rain jacket from Golite. It comes with all the features that really come in handy - waterproof pit zips, waterproof venting chest pockets (above your climbing harness), velcro adjust wrists, drawcord waist, a great fitting hood, reinforced shoulders (the black fabric is thicker) and even stretch fabric under the arms (the grey fabric is stretchy waterproof breathable). The fabric is Golite's own Alchemy. It retailed for $200. This is a great jacket for backpacking, hiking, thru-hiking, rock climbing (especially long multipitch:-), alpine mountaineering, xc skiing, trail running, ... really just about anything where you are out romping in the rain. Shave your packweight with this high performance jacket and enjoy the outdoors even more!! $90 shipped to lower 48 after I recieve paypal or money order payment.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-09-24
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Onsighting V-Slot

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fun route, one of my early 5.9 trad onsights. good, varied climbing with some fun creative moves.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-04-24
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multi point anchor redundant sliding x

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this takes the sliding x with limiter knots and allows it too be redundant and capable of multiple anchors. take a cordalette and loop it in half (or 2 big slings) then tie an overhand on either side. clip one piece to each end and one piece to inside the limiter knot. adjust the limiters accordingly. more pieces can be clipped anywhere. it has great equalization (with two big anodized pear biners it slides really nice) and little extension. you can keep the cordalette tied like this for the next anchor and keep the powerpoint biners in there too.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-02-20
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dynamic equalizing cordalette

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here is an idea for using a cordalette to dynamically equalize 2 or more pieces. it is based on the trango alpine equalizer but without any specialized extra gear. just a cordalette and some locking biners. just tie a butterfly knot to make the clip in point and clip the powerpoint biner to the butterfly knot and the main strand, then clip the other lockers to just the butterfly knot loop. equalize as shown. the shorter the cordalette is the less it will extend. shorten it by tying two butterflys (also for loop redundancy) and/or make the butterfly loop(s) bigger. then if you need the extra length you have it. this system can work on more than 3 pieces as well, just put another biner in and clip the new leg too it. of course, friction is a growing problem the more legs there are.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-02-19
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dynamic equalizing cordalette 2

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here is a close up of the dynamic equalizing cordalette (like trango alpine equalizer) with 2 butterfly loops for redundancy and to shorten the cordalette which shortens possible extension.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-02-19
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How Delightful!!

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Looking down into the wonderful wideness on Afternoon Delight, a really fun 5.5 up the Pinnacle. The rope is to get back down, but now I just downclimb. This is one of my favorite moderates that I always end up climbing again.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-02-13
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Newd Scientist rope solo

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This is looking down from the top of Newd Scientist a nice two pitch 5.4. Really teaches you how to deal with lots of rope!!
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-01-24
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Jeremy11 on Newd Scientist

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Here's something you don't see every day at the New River Gorge: a Bible College student (note the Solid Rock Climbers for Christ sticker) rope soloing a 2 pitch trad 5.4!! It is a fun route.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-01-20
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whiplash strikes again

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here is a biner that got whiplashed inside out while I was gear testing. out of mere curiosity I made a few runners on the sewing machine to see how much the could hold. I used a monster maul and funked them like crazy. one bar tack took body weight, but broke with a good swing, three bar tacks took all I could do to break, and when I picked up the pieces, this biner was broken. it comes from the gate chattering open (whiplash) and then the body stretches under load, and the spring pops the gate out the wrong way. this happens below the biner's rated open gate strength. three cheers for wiregates!! !! !!
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2007-01-04
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WC quickdraws for sale

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6 WC quickdraws for sale in good condition. Make an offer. Paypal only!!
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-11-27
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jeremy11 onsighting ritz cracker

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one of the funnest climbs out there!! hands to thin fingers super fun action
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-11-30
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flower and storm bailing off Half Peak

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a cute little flower and butterfly as we are retreating from Half Peak's NE Ridge in a thunderstorm.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2006-11-30
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My Rack

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here is my rack not really, just some junky bootied stuff to show off. Chouinard biners, ancient SMC oval, shredded cams (the metolius was bootied in such bad shape the frame was bent sideways and the lobes were stuck hard fully retracted. I lubed and wiggled and bent stuff until it is now smooth enough for use... BUT there is a strand or two of load bearing cable on each side that is broken, so the ONLY place it would see use is for easy aid with a good clean fall beneath it, after thoroughly bounce testing on the ground. after all, I do have two other cams in this range...) the bong piton I actually bought, as well as a biner or two, and the yellow webbing and prussik loop - all are out of action.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2007-01-24
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My passive gear

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Frost Nuts, long cable, Rock Empire nuts, WC hexes, tricams. nothing is quite as nice as a big hex stuffed in tight.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2007-01-24
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My cams

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cams - trango flexcams 1-8, dmm tcu .75, 1.25, 1.5, dmm fcus 1, 2, metolius fcu 1, wc forged friend 2.5, wc flex friend 3, rock empire pulsar 6, bd 5.
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2007-01-24
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Minima Vest DIY kit

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Minima Vest kit I just sewed thanks to 7oz, 0.6" loft of 3oz Primaloft Sport, 0.9oz Momentum shell and 1.1oz DWR ripstop liner!!
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2007-02-13
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DIY Hood from leftover materials

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I made this hood out of leftover materials from the Minima Vest kit (so its FREE!). I used the windcoat hood pattern, but bigger. it has 1.2" loft from 2 layers of 3oz Primaloft Sport, fits over the insulated vest collar nice, and will be nice and warm for cold nights in my homemade 15 deg down quilt (no bottom or hood, thus a separate hood is nice) see for materials, patterns, and kits
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2007-02-13
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Cool Crack

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my first 5.10 trad onsight, a fun overhanging hand-ish crack
Submitted by: jeremy11 on 2007-02-13
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