El Cap -- El Nin~o

El Cap -- El Nin~o

Post by Kelly Ric » Tue, 13 Oct 1998 04:00:00


Apparently, there is a new route on El Cap.
The Huber Bro's have put up a new FREE
line, over by the NA wall. Sounds outta hand
to me...
   :- k
 
 
 

El Cap -- El Nin~o

Post by Drew Bedfor » Tue, 13 Oct 1998 04:00:00

I spoke to Thomas Huber in Yosemite last week. The new route basically
follows the NA with a few variations. Six pitches of 5.13, eight of
5.12.  No fixed gear added to the original line, only on the variants.
Pretty rad.

Drew

Quote:

> Apparently, there is a new route on El Cap.
> The Huber Bro's have put up a new FREE
> line, over by the NA wall. Sounds outta hand
> to me...
>    :- k

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El Cap -- El Nin~o

Post by Clint Cummi » Tue, 20 Oct 1998 04:00:00

For many more details on this new, nearly free route on El Capitan, see:

    http://www.rockandgroove.com

The only aid consists of one pendulum to get past a blank section.
Bolts added to new variation pitches only; not to original pitches.

Clint Cummins

 
 
 

El Cap -- El Nin~o

Post by Bob Tern » Tue, 20 Oct 1998 04:00:00

I heard that El Ni?o is spanish for:

The Ni?o.

Bob 'Viva el ni?o' Ternes

 
 
 

El Cap -- El Nin~o

Post by Michael Cree » Wed, 21 Oct 1998 04:00:00

No, no, no! El Ni?o is Spanish for "Where the hell is the can opener, at
the bottom of the pig?!"
Quote:

> I heard that El Ni?o is spanish for:

> The Ni?o.