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Anyone know about the block coming off Odin? 31-Jul-2017 At 2:23:43 PM Eduardo Slabofvic
On 31/07/2017 One Day Hero wrote:
>One of the few things which I remember from 1st year geology was the lesson
>on mineral decomposition. Quartz sandstone is pretty chemically stable,
>whereas many volcanic rocks contain minerals which readily decompose once
>exposed to the atmosphere.

I can recommend any of the second or third pitches of routes at Crookneck if you need any further evidence.

I don't know anyone who's climbed there regularly who hasn't had a close encounter with a flying block

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