weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby toivo » Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:42 pm

this a new inbetween problem out of squamish:

http://gripped.com/video/see-stu-smiths ... ish-route/
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby Lox » Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:59 pm

Shit man you gotta label that spurtclimbin chuffery so folks don't click on it if they ...

I almost had to see a man clip a quickdraw1111!
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby toivo » Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:26 pm

Lox wrote:Shit man you gotta label that spurtclimbin chuffery so folks don't click on it if they ...

I almost had to see a man clip a quickdraw1111!


clipping draws over water so we DON'T GET WET!!!111

or call it shallow water chuffery
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby zirc » Wed Sep 20, 2017 5:30 pm

Squeezer

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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby zirc » Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:50 pm

mountainz wrote:That a wasp nest?

I'm deathly allergic to those bastards.

Nope the fuck out of that chosserhang.

No its a huge so ill sloper. Man up crimper boy
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby Lox » Fri Oct 06, 2017 4:53 pm

I am in font and only climbing while my kid naps so my fave pics are blurry post-send images I remember to snap before sprinting to the next problem as various euros look on in confusion. Today the Swiss peeps at L'Angle Ben's at Franchard Isatis left because I did not need their pad.

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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby Lox » Fri Oct 06, 2017 4:56 pm

Yes that is a Stuntwerk chalkpot for all you internet video fiendz 4 next-gen next-gym parkour-problemz.

My wife likes the color.

It is green.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby toivo » Sat Oct 07, 2017 6:56 pm

Lox wrote:I am in font and only climbing while my kid naps so my fave pics are blurry post-send images I remember to snap before sprinting to the next problem as various euros look on in confusion. Today the Swiss peeps at L'Angle Ben's at Franchard Isatis left because I did not need their pad.

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that is a pure line.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby Lox » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:56 pm

pure slabdyno goodness

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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby zirc » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:21 am

super good.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby jlane » Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:38 pm

Lox wrote:I am in font and only climbing while my kid naps so my fave pics are blurry post-send images I remember to snap before sprinting to the next problem as various euros look on in confusion. Today the Swiss peeps at L'Angle Ben's at Franchard Isatis left because I did not need their pad.

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damn that is sweet looking.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby toivo » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:41 pm

when it is good, sandstone is very very good.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby Lox » Mon Oct 16, 2017 4:07 pm

I have found that in sufficient quantity and of the utmost quality, it is an acceptable alternative to limestone... which of course ROCKS YER DOME!!!11

I also think that the forests of font and the towns around are kind of a magical place and the experience is hard to beat. Its not just the stone you're climbing, but all the shizz that makes it lovely. Maybe I'm getting soft in my old age, but it is sometimes fun to just kick it or try problems that are ill suited to your skills... and occasionally send some stuff.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby toivo » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:45 pm

where there is rock around, we go looking and scrubbing about in the muck. sometimes we're happy with the results.

granite is imposing and hard. gneiss is the best kind of rock to climb on, with features and holds to grab on to. limestone keeps on eroding. sandstone already was.

let's hope that the patterns of erosion keep on uncovering something better.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby Lox » Thu Jul 19, 2018 2:54 pm

Not boldering much right now. Doin' lots of beginner tai chi youtube vids. So hot right now.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby toivo » Thu Aug 23, 2018 8:26 pm

mountainz wrote:
Vacation no pad bouldering. Backed off the leg snapper. Whaevs.

You bitches even boulder?


makes me think of heading to Nova Scotia. the ocean gives a nice stark horizon to a boulder for sure.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby toivo » Sun Aug 26, 2018 4:44 pm

maybe lake ice bouldering. maybe forest bouldering. maybe cabin bouldering.

hard to say which is best, or more zen.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby FreeHueco » Mon Feb 18, 2019 4:43 pm

mountainz wrote:Is there anything more zen than ocean bouldering?


Bouldering during snow flurries next to a lake that was frozen until a few days earlier is pretty close.

Kahuna Roof at Carter Lake, CO

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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby jlane » Wed Feb 20, 2019 5:53 pm

mountainz wrote:Is there anything more zen than ocean bouldering?
Banging out single moms.
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Re: weekly favorite bouldering pic thread - new.age

Postby zirc » Fri Mar 08, 2019 3:50 pm

i found sandstone 15 min from our house, which is near the gunks. so now i force jeezer to go to this sandstone zone and fa sick blocks. v2+ ish.
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