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Comments by climbingaggie03 (34)


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Drew's face is priceless! looks like fun

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man that looks runout, how far apart are those bolts!?!?

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Dang! how high off the ground is he?!?!

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That place looks awsome!

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5 out of 5 stars He looks sooo small :) good pic

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Someday i will be as cool as Zac, hopefully

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hey, I've climbed that! :) so much fun

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nice pic, is your sister single?

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Possibly the scariest route I've ever done. where did you take this picture from? most of the pictures of this route that i've seen are from the other side of the climb.

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bold lead, I'm jealous, i can't quite stem the top of that climb for some reason

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bold lead, I'm jealous, i can't quite stem the top of that climb for some reason

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I love the pit (though I wish there was water there) where'd you find the anchor?

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Get a razor, and a tan!

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did you go up the backside? or is that on barr trail?

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Gorgeous! looks like an alpine dream

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I didn't know you guys went to bishop

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4 out of 5 stars That looks like el matador, either way though, gotta love the tower

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are those cable draws?

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no shoes, no chalk bag, you some clean climbing freak? :)

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I think that the traverse goes at 5.10b, or A0, may be wrong about that though

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It is really fun and really runout, although I tied some of the holds off for pretty decent pro.

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retro trad, very cool

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I thought that was stranger than friction too. from the top of the flake, you should move left to a dish, then left to another bolt, then straight up from that bolt.

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5 out of 5 stars Nice picture of this route, so much fun

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pretty much the best climbing pic I've ever seen, it could only be better if they were climbing trad.

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is he soloing in approach shoes?

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5 out of 5 stars F-ing awesome

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such a good season in the valley

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the two keys to this section of the climb are a little bit of chimney technique, and then the bomber fist jams that are way in the back. The start still sucks though.

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Nice shot, I've been tempted to climb this, but I've heard that it's kind of boring cause it's the same stem move for a whole pitch, also I've heard that your hips will hurt for a few days after so much wider stemming. What do you say? is it worth it?

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I love this climb, it was my first trad lead too (I think) but if you do much more top roped soloing, if you tie the end of the rope to the anchors up top, and then hook your gri-gri on, you'll have to pull half the rope that you had to pull with the setup you have here.

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holy classic ovals batman

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ropless? looks ballsy, what's the landing like?

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yeah, if you cut left, it's stranger than friction, such a fun climb