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Thin But In!

Adirondacks Multiplication Gully

Nicolas Leduc leads up the second pitch on the Adirondack classic Multiplication Gully, Sunday, Dec. 21, 2009.(Photo by Cheezecrotte)


Despite the cold temperatures and wind chills, people are getting out and ticking off the classics. “Thin but in” is what we’re hearing for conditions on many routes but still very climbable for those solid at the given grades.  In many cases, water is still flowing on the surface offering a break from the cement-like brittle conditions that often accompany the sub-zero temperature swings.

Photos from two super classics of the Northeast:
Called On Account of Rains, WI5+, Willoughby,VT
Positive Thinking, WI5, Adirondacks, NY


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