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While half of us would light a fire to survive the cold, rest half would cook the dinner.

We would cocoon ourselves inside our sleeping bags by 10 pm, some inside the tent, some preferring the open sky. On day 1, we did a couple of 5. The first day was more about getting comfortable with the rocks and belaying. Cactus cliff was only a mins hike away and that was our destination for that day. On all the days, team leaders lead climbed the routes and then we climbed on the top rope. Day 2, the group got split up in two. One group wanted to learn the techniques of lead climbing while the other just wanted to climb a variety of routes, before committing itself to the challenges of lead climbing.

I was in the latter group. We went to Cactus Cliff again, more specifically, the Green Pillar area.


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Green Pillar has one of the only two 5. Being the easiest climbing grade, the 5. Some climbers tried a 5. I was comfortable on 5. It felt great to climb vertically up feet, after so long a time! On day 3 of climbing, weather took a turn for the bad.

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The forecast was for snowfall till afternoon and the clouds looked nasty. But we decided to give climbing in bad weather a shot. The hike was a little strenuous than the previous days but at the same time, took us to even more beautiful territory. Finally we arrived at the climbing site — Cali Pinnacle.

We went through some lessons on anchor building and then one of the leaders lead climbed to set up the route up the pinnacle. This was a very short route, but climbing a pinnacle, that too when a snow flurry is on, seemed exciting and when I actually got to the climb, it did not disappoint me.

Climbing with hands that have become numb with cold was a new experience to me and I thanked my luck that the route was short. Cascade Falls 31' Landing Rd Elkridge.

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Marriottsville Gold 29'.. Marriottsville rd2. Morgan Run 34' Klees Mill Rd Westminster. Top Bouldering. Alberton - Frameshift, 40, The Prow Dogwood rd at Holfield rd. Morgan Run entire area Woodstock Rock, Way Back Woodstock rd at Old court rd. Liberty Reservoir. Ivy Mill Reisterstown Md Ivy Mill rd. Grimhold Boulder Sykesville Buttercup rd. Gorsuch Switch Sykesville Gorsuch Switch Rd. The Nest, Jam Boulder Sykesville River Rd. Trolly Line Ollea and Old Frederick rd.

Route 70 Boulders Old Frederick rd and the Railroad. Your use of this guide indicates your assumption of the risk that it may contain errors and is an acknowledgment of your own sole responsibility for your climbing safety in what is potentially a life threatening sport. Mr Patapsco's Google Map. Cactus cliff was only a mins hike away and that was our destination for that day. On all the days, team leaders lead climbed the routes and then we climbed on the top rope.

Day 2, the group got split up in two. One group wanted to learn the techniques of lead climbing while the other just wanted to climb a variety of routes, before committing itself to the challenges of lead climbing. I was in the latter group.

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We went to Cactus Cliff again, more specifically, the Green Pillar area. Green Pillar has one of the only two 5. Being the easiest climbing grade, the 5. Some climbers tried a 5.

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I was comfortable on 5. It felt great to climb vertically up feet, after so long a time!


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On day 3 of climbing, weather took a turn for the bad. The forecast was for snowfall till afternoon and the clouds looked nasty. But we decided to give climbing in bad weather a shot. The hike was a little strenuous than the previous days but at the same time, took us to even more beautiful territory. Finally we arrived at the climbing site — Cali Pinnacle. We went through some lessons on anchor building and then one of the leaders lead climbed to set up the route up the pinnacle. This was a very short route, but climbing a pinnacle, that too when a snow flurry is on, seemed exciting and when I actually got to the climb, it did not disappoint me.

Climbing with hands that have become numb with cold was a new experience to me and I thanked my luck that the route was short.


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  5. After the pinnacle, whose rating was 5. That night, it snowed and the temperature went down to 17 F. The entire campsite was covered in snow the next morning. Day 4 was the best among all 5 days for me, as I climbed y highest difficulty level so far and also did a mock climb on a 5.