Gettin’ Silly in the Wollondilly

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(I originally posted this to Chockstone in a thread about this crag.) This was probably the most adventurous climbing I’ve ever done. On this trip we climbed Perpendicular Rock by what is probably… Continue reading

2012 Spring Season Edit

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Here’s a quick throw together of the better footage from last springs Ski trips. In rough order in they appear in the  Film October Long Weekend – Club Lake Chutes Front and Slack… Continue reading

Finding the Cave Climb rap point at Narrowneck

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From the description in the 2010 Blue Mountains guidebook this is extremely hard to find, so here’s my description after a couple of trip and a fair amount of bush bashing. The Cave… Continue reading

Ski Binding Mounting

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One of my resolutions this season was to do my own ski work and maintenance as much as possible. Yesterday, I did my first DIY binding mount in my uncle’s garage workshop, installing… Continue reading

How To Paddle Whitewater, According to Stock Art

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You can learn a lot from watching better kayakers. If you don’t have anyone better to paddle with, consider watching kayaking videos online. Even better is to look at stock art. The models… Continue reading

The Gnarliest Runs in Oz, Part 2: Victoria

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Although lower in altitude, the Victorian Alps seem to have been carved deeper and more abruptly. Mount Hotham claims probably Australia’s only real in-bounds, double-black diamond terrain, in the Mary’s Slide area. They… Continue reading

Chess with Sweat

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Prescript I wrote this up a little while ago, but I felt it didn’t really go anywhere. I was talking to Tom the other day and he made me think about it again… Continue reading