Wednesday, October 30, 2013

More Fun @ Crane Mountain

Well readers, this post officially marks the 200th post here on Southern Adirondack Climber, so I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has been continually checking in on the blog to see what has been going on in the Adirondack bouldering scene and other areas in the northeast.

This past weekend, the crew was supposed to be on another epic journey into Second Pond to continue development of that massive boulder field, but mother nature forced us to change our plans last minute due to anticipated snowfall so we returned to Crane Mountain for another fall session.  Once again, the extensive boulder field at Crane did not let us down.  The conditions were prime for sending and it seemed like everyone was having a great time bouldering in one of the larger developed areas in the Adirondacks.  Jake List from Burlington, VT made quick work of a beautiful, long standing project on the Dinosaur Boulder on the back side in what was known locally as "The Cave".  He suggests V11 for the boulder problem and it is one of the most aesthetic boulder problems I have seen in the Adirondacks.

I am currently working on the video edit from the weekend, but for now here is a surge of photographs from the weekend to help keep the psych levels high.

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1 comment:

  1. Excellent photos! Crane looks really good despite what all of the nay-sayers have said in the past. Any more trips planned there?