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Questions regarding routes, bolt and grades. 28-Mar-2018 At 5:58:32 PM Jayford4321
On 28-Mar-2018 gordoste wrote:
>If you are truly desperate for a bolted offwidth, I really don't think
>anyone would bother going to the effort of chopping them if you did a half-decent
>job and stayed away from popular routes.

i dunno bout that , Bcos odius (a high member of Dangerouser Cliffs Australia) , is pretty unpredictable.
Him or his peeps have chopped stuff at Buff B4 an popular izn't a criteria for wrecktifying retros . . .

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