What is your least favorite sport crag?

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Re: What is your least favorite sport crag?

Post by der uber » Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:55 am

Drive By crag has a really good range of routes, and the approach is easy. Get on Angry Birds and Hakuna Matata.

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Re: What is your least favorite sport crag?

Post by tbwilsonky » Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:38 am

my least favorite sport crag is Mt. Lemmon.
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Re: What is your least favorite sport crag?

Post by climb2core » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:04 am

tbwilsonky wrote:my least favorite sport crag is Mt. Lemmon.
Steve's Arete, Tsunami... Some good stuff out at Mt. Lemmon. What didn't you like there?

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Re: What is your least favorite sport crag?

Post by mcrib » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:31 am

North Table Mountain.
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Re: What is your least favorite sport crag?

Post by toad857 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:36 am

climb2core wrote:
tbwilsonky wrote:my least favorite sport crag is Mt. Lemmon.
Steve's Arete, Tsunami... Some good stuff out at Mt. Lemmon. What didn't you like there?

Those are both good. So is air monsters.....

Hard to find stuff around there, though, and ever since the fire it's like climbing in Mordor. Glad I live in the east.

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Re: What is your least favorite sport crag?

Post by tbwilsonky » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:48 am

climb2core wrote:
tbwilsonky wrote:my least favorite sport crag is Mt. Lemmon.
Steve's Arete, Tsunami... Some good stuff out at Mt. Lemmon. What didn't you like there?
Steve's Arete is tremendous but overall I found the climbing to be too scattered, too technical, and too made of granite. i loved the approaches on Lemmon, and i really enjoyed climbing in Milagrossa and some of the limestone spots out there, but all of it was kinda weak in comparison to kentucky cragging. i guess that was the point i was making.
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Re: What is your least favorite sport crag?

Post by pigsteak » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:56 am

der uber wrote:Drive By crag has a really good range of routes, and the approach is easy. Get on Angry Birds and Hakuna Matata.
and das krue forgot to clean up the unsightly tat that consumes those chosspiles on the steep.
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Re: What is your least favorite sport crag?

Post by tbwilsonky » Thu Jun 21, 2012 11:13 am

pigsteak wrote:
der uber wrote:Drive By crag has a really good range of routes, and the approach is easy. Get on Angry Birds and Hakuna Matata.
and das krue forgot to clean up the unsightly tat that consumes those chosspiles on the steep.
#aintnoroomfortatshit
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