Monday, March 3, 2014

Bouldering Outdoors Despite the Relentless Winter!

Some images from a quick afternoon session at Moss Island in Little Falls, New York.  Once the wind died down a bit, it was actually quite comfortable climbing in the 30 degree temperatures.  All of "Profile Rock" was dry offering tons of traverse and eliminate opportunities to keep anyone desperate for dry rock occupied for a couple of hours.  It felt really nice to climb on actual rock and I am patiently waiting for Spring to finally come around.  I always forget that Moss Island is climbable almost year-round.  Due to the blackish rock and the continous sun exposure, this is your local place to climb outdoors after a rain event or snowfall...

Here are some pictures of a short crimp classic, "Mr. Smiley".

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