Columbia College

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Northern California Bouldering, USA

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Chris McNamara

SuperTopo staff member
Feb 22, 2011 - 02:51pm
Awesome video tour of the area by Chris Summit


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santa rosa
Jun 2, 2009 - 08:53pm
thats funny - i thought high plains drifter seemed easier. i did them both in a day but high plains is more technical-endurance and a little heady while triple cracks is like 3 hard power moves in a row - i think the reason triple cracks seemed easier for you maybe and harder for me and others is simply because they are different styles of bouldering.

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May 23, 2009 - 07:24pm
Triple Crack is an awesome problem, but it's the easiest V7 I've ever been on. I would say more like a V5 or V6. But I guess it's just better to stick with the original grade from back in the day. Compared to High Plains Drifter V7 in the Buttermilks, Triple Crack is a cake walk. Regardless of the grade it's still the best problem out there.
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Charlie Barrett does the mega-classic Triple Cracks V7!
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