If you are strong

If you are strong

Postby slim » Wed Jun 17, 2009 12:54 pm

you don't need Betas...

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pfft
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Re: If you are strong

Postby actionhero » Wed Jun 17, 2009 1:07 pm

Heelhook. Always.
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Re: If you are strong

Postby blimp » Wed Jun 17, 2009 2:06 pm

DBLHLZ
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Re: If you are strong

Postby skav » Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:09 pm

The thugstyle is always valid.
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Re: If you are strong

Postby krustee » Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:03 pm

blimp wrote:DBLHLZ


On slabz evenz!!!
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Re: If you are strong

Postby Cardboard_Dog » Sun Jun 21, 2009 9:35 am

hey , can anyone tell me how to get to the Mushroom boulder? I'm looking for stuff in the v1 to v6 range!!! How do you send the mushroom boulder?? Thanks for all your help!!
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Re: If you are strong

Postby actionhero » Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:09 pm

Good questions! First, before you climb at the Mushroom Boulder, I'd recommend warming up first. Maybe at the 45 Degree Wall or Bucket Roof, both excellent choices. Next, make sure you are properly equipped for safety and fun. Crash pad? Cooler full of beer? Illicit substances? Dogs? Boom box? All are vital for sending at Mushroom. Time of day is important to. It is best to go at night. Locate Mushroom Boulder from the road, park, and hop the fence to get to the boulder. Added bonus: you can run an extension cord from your car to power your boombox. You are now ready to send! Except the problems at Mushroom Boulder are probably too hard for you. No worries, make sure you have your chisel packed for making the holds on Texas Flakes big enough for you to hang on them.

But please remember that Hueco is a special and sacred place to many diverse user groups. Some people in the past have not recognized this in the past, and have left a devastating impact on the rock and the natural environment. For example, some climbers (or possibly birders) have taken colored chalk into the park and made shoddily drawn masks on some walls. Take a few minutes to scrub these clean with your toothbrush, or better yet, a pressure washer. Future climbers - and more importantly, the rangers - will thank you.
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