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Limestoner Comp

The Limestoner is an annual climbing competition held at Reimer’s Ranch Park, just west of Austin. The funds raised at the Limestoner go towards hardware maintenance at our local crags, equipment (drills, drill bits, etc.) and fundraising efforts.

All of the festivities will be held at the “Reimer’s Canyon Activity Center” (or “Pavillion”) near the Reimer’s Proper trail head. 

Full details can be found here:

http://ctmrocks.com/events/limestoner/

Pre-Registration for the Limestoner is now open! 

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  • Joel S.

    Note that we will be adding clinics on Sunday. Details to come soon but it looks like:
    * lead climbing clinic
    * climbing knots clinic
    * slacklining clinic
    * bolting clinic

    March 30, 2014

  • Sam W. A.

    Who's been to this deal before? Is it cool?

    March 12, 2014

    • Hogge

      It is fun but like Roman said, you'd want to split up into probably groups of 4 (which gives you enough people to have your ascents witnessed/singed off.) They usually do a speed comp at the end on 8 flake, so most climbers can do that and it's usually done via clumping to get beginner, intermediate and advanced winners. So the meetup would enjoy that group experience at 8Flake and the afterparty as well. And Rock Dog (see facebook) will offer camping that night. #memorable

      March 12, 2014

    • Hogge

      The comp itself, except at elite level, is a chill sort of door prize. It's basically getting 5 clean (no fall no take) toprope or lead ascents on your score card, and you might win a prize if your score falls at the top of beginner or intermediate clumps. So there's no pressure other than to get five routes in.

      March 12, 2014

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