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The transition between yellow and blue camalots on the infamous "Supercrack of the Desert"
© TonyB, Sep 2007
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That is very useful beta and not just for the gear!
Fiend - 12/Nov/07
Do you own all those?
sandywilson - 12/Nov/07
He was borrowing stuff like crazy before he left on the trip.
TobyA - 13/Nov/07
I have two yellows and two blues. I was lucky enough to borrow enough to go to the US with 6 cams equivalent to yellow camalots. There I was climbing with someone else with a similar rack and we were able to protect stuff pretty well. The record for number of the same size placed in a single route was 15!
TonyB - 13/Nov/07
I feel honoured that one of my cams was placed on Supercrack. If its the the transition between yellow and blue why are you reaching for a yellow cam? ;)
Jody - 17/Nov/07
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It's the last one and I figured better to place it here as it was the last opportunity. I also wanted to save the blues. In someways it felt wastefull as I'm only just above the last one (below roof) but I knew that if I didn't place it I was just going to have to carry it needlessly. Also the transition zone is loose yellows or very tight blues (unless your mate Jody lends you a number 3 WC).
TonyB - 25/Nov/07