1. Creeksgiving

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    from Colt Freeman Fetters Added 543 5 6

    Washingtonian boys travel to Indian Creek to climb some splitter rock climbs.

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    • The Momentum Climbing School

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      from Momentum Climbing Gym Added 1,022 0 0

      The Salt Lake City area is home to many experienced climbing instructors of diverse experience and background; Momentum Climbing school will find the ideal instructor to help you reach your goals, or to help you prepare for your next climbing adventure. In order to fit almost any schedule or budget, Momentum Climbing School offers instruction in the following formats: group clinics, one or two-person classes, and personal coaching (one or two-person). Check out our classes, clinics and coaching options at http://www.momentumclimbing.com/rock-climbing-instruction.

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      • Gowbra Crack Project

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        from Joe Squire Added 29 0 0

        The little baby Cobra Crack Boulder problem project in little South Wales UK

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        • Virtual Tour: Mount Woodson Classic Cracks

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          from Greg Davis Added 401 3 0

          SEE THE WHOLE POST HERE: http://gregdotdavis.wordpress.com/2013/12/12/virtual-tour-mount-woodson-classic-cracks/ Mount Woodson in Poway, CA offers awesome granite training on a variety of topropes and boulder problems. Here's a tour of a favorite circuit covering some easy to moderate cracks in a variety of sizes. The climbs are: Warm-Ups on Boulder One and the Practice Boulder (5.7 lieback, 5.10a mantel, 5.6 lieback) Sunday Afternoon Boulder (5.7 lieback/jam) Elephants Trunk (5.10a hand Crack) Elephants Face (5.10a/b) Robbins Crack (5.10a) Baby Robbins Crack (5.9) Unknown Face climb near Baby Robbins/Corn Flake (5.9) Fisticuffs (5.8 fist/offwidth) John's Crack (5.9+ Hand crack) I also cover important footwear for thin crack climbing, show directions to reach a handful of the climbs and even say a word about garbage. We don't need any crying Indians now, do we? Thanks for watching and check back later for new videos

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          • Virtual Tour: Mount Woodson Trailer

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            from Greg Davis Added 89 1 0

            This video is the first in a series covering my favorite areas, in this case Mount Woodson! A long time classic climbing area, Woodson is unique for it's variety in granite boulders, offering everything from easy hand cracks to techy thin slabs and even double-digit problems for Uber Thugs. Check back later for the first in the series, Classic Crack Climbs. gregdotdavis.wordpress.com @gregdotdavis

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            • Outdoor Rock Climbing: Y-Crack

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              from R♡cky Added

              Thanks to my buddy Todd who had all the big gears for me to finally lead this route. WOOHOOO!!

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              • Quick Tip: placing a "Nut" (passive stopper)

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                Quick Tip: How to properly place a nut. Passive protection aka a "Stopper". This set the contemporary paradigm for clean climbing, versus historical use of pitons that scar the rock.

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                • Beginner / Intermediate Trad Lead Demo: "Toe Jam" (5.7)

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                  Beginner / Intermediate Trad Lead Demo: "Toe Jam" (5.7) in Joshua Tree National Park *Warning: Many a beginner leader have been hurt on this climb. Do not lead this climb if you are not solid at 5.7 or 5.8, Joshua Tree trad leading! *Spoiler Alert: Don't watch this video if attempting a true on-sight send of Toe Jam.

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                  • Intermediate / Advanced Trad Lead Demo: Hobbit Roof (5.10b)

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                    Intermediate / Advanced Trad Lead Demo: Hobbit Roof in Joshua Tree National Park This short but intense route has it all. 5.10 slab move, with a 5.9 roof. The consensus rating has changed over the years, from 5.9 to maybe even 5.10d. Who knows. According to John Long, "This was first climbed free before 1975. Maybe as early as 1972 because I remember still being in High School. Did it on-sight free solo and never thought anyone would ever bother repeating it. Go figure." **Spoiler Alert: Don't watch this video if going for a true on-sight send of Hobbit Roof!

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                    • Outdoor Rock Climbing: The Shoulder

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                      from R♡cky Added

                      Projecting the shoulder. Love figuring out my sequence and getting the right body position as I place gears. So much FUN!!

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