Infinity Wezzit

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East Lyn?

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I wish!! wrong country! Although i do crap on about the east lyn a lot granted.
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To all those that thought they had spotted 'rescue rock' on the Conwy- no! Callum has it. Not the first, but the second rapid of Monessie Gorge after the waterfall. Ugly at any level but this level (it was either 1 or 2 pipes that day) would be the one you want. Hard right, bring your body armour for the drop and squeeze between the rocks!

Justin's latest one is not easy... as Adam has paddled in Scotland I'll say Nevis in the summer time, but I still think there's too much lichen around. So I'm probably wrong.
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Nope. Wrong contenant
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Tom_Laws wrote:
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Too early, gotta play by the rules (AB!).
He did, correctly guessing Touron Rock on the Conwy.

That photo he has just posted looks MIGHTY fine as a double page spread in Welsh Rivers II.
Not that it really matters, but it wasn't correct/confirmed.

Pretty picture though!

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Looks North American to me? Somewhere Eastside of the continent?
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Right country wrong coast...
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Pauley Creek?
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Nope - more of a river trip.
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justin-g wrote:Nope - more of a river trip.
Deer Creek?
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American River drainage, somewhere?
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Bill Maisey wrote:... Cherry ..?
Nope - clue... washington state.
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farmlands?

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Nope... it's part of a very famious river run - the one everyone knows in washington...
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LWS then?
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Yes it's the Green Tuss which is a section of the White Salmon... looks niiiice.
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Pretty well known...at quite a high level.
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No takers... Ion?
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Is it the put in for the dart loop/ take out from the upper-but just taken from a slightly different angle than we are used to seeing it from? It looks like the way that Justin describes it anyway.

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Oh, sooo close, but not unless the dart has sprouted a 30 footer called curtain falls.
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feelingjustfine wrote:Is it the put in for the dart loop/ take out from the upper-but just taken from a slightly different angle than we are used to seeing it from? It looks like the way that Justin describes it anyway.

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Bald Rock Canyon, not that I've done it myself.


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East Lyn gorge??
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Mark R wrote:Bald Rock Canyon, not that I've done it myself.
Mark, at that level, believe me you wouldn't want to either.
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Randy Fandango wrote:East Lyn gorge??
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Nope.
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Spean??
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Nevis?
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Randy Fandango wrote:Nevis?
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DaveBland wrote:
Mark R wrote:Bald Rock Canyon, not that I've done it myself.
Mark, at that level, believe me you wouldn't want to either.
Very spicy flow there Dave.

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