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50 words for pump, 5.14c
Climbers: Daniel Woods
Camera used: D3
5*VOTING: number of votes 24
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No disrespect intended, but these RRG routes are all starting to look the same: do they climb that way too?
Jon Read - 10/Dec/08
If you meam 'these RRG routes look brilliantly technical, sustained, steep, pumpy and stunning', then I hope they climb that way too...
andy farnell - 10/Dec/08
If you mean 'these RRG routes look technical, steep, pumpy, wild, outragous and stunning', then I hope they climb that way too...
andy farnell - 10/Dec/08
Yeah, I mean that too! They do look great, and the photos are great, but they (the routes) also look a bit repetative. Just wondering, and thinking of trip planning!
Jon Read - 10/Dec/08
The RRG contains thousands of routes in a variety of styles. The photos that have recently been posted seem to be mainly of the 'steep, hard sport' variety, but there are also loads of trad routes, cracks, slabs, jug-hauls, crimp-fests etc of all grades. I would recommend a trip to check it out for yourself.
IainSunderland - 10/Dec/08
ace! but crop the lower quarter maybe?
Simon - 10/Dec/08
Great route name ! fantastic shot, and to Jon, the Red is an awsome place to climb you wont be dissapointed.
mr mills - 11/Dec/08
The sandstone in Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, Arkansas etc is as good as gritstone Jon. Bomber solid, highly featured with lots of variety and good friction.
Michael Ryan - 12/Dec/08
the climbing is pretty varied the quality of routes is what amazes most again and again+never saw a chipped hold...or much sika.Put on the top of your travel plans when you can.
witnessthis - 14/Dec/08
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