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Brad Goya halfway up the Northeast Gully of Laurel Mountain. The rock ...

Brad Goya halfway up the Northeast Gully of Laurel Mountain. The rock he is climbing is similar to pumice stone (very grippy and solid). The surrounding rock is loose. We never used the rope and gear in the backpack but Brad enjoyed the extra weight.

Credit: Chris McNamara
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Uploaded: Feb 4, 2007
Upload by: Chris McNamara
Photo ID#: 122408
Route: Northeast Gully, Laurel Mountain

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