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Comments by thebeetle (54)
wow. that's just amazing! ...wow! HOLY COW THAT'S GREAT! I love it!
If I knew that was the name of that route I would've definitely made a point of climbing it during a bad weather day. Great picture....I personally like the angle.
that place looks awsome. nice picture!
The pic makes me wanna be there NOW! But Both time's I've tried the route we had to turn back after this pitch (2005-partner issues, 2006-weather issues). I'd love to see what the rest of it's like!
really great photo!
most definitely HI-RES please. Just like you did with the "contrast" shot!
That place looks great. good shot noob ;)
love the woman... :) cool shot. looks like an awsome route
Sweet solitude. nice shot
Love to see the enthusiasm! The compression stuff is unfortunate, but it is a great pic regardless of the guidebook 'inconsistencies'. Keep sendin' cool shots of the creek, hope to be spanked there come April...any route suggestions for a first-time visitor?
same...keep em comin'
that's pretty f-n sweet lookin'!
I could look at that spire all day long.
that is just so damn cool!
WOW...drool, drool. That is an amazing route!
The 'spotter you' looks like he's really into helping if the 'climbing you' falls. Freud might have something to say to one of you about that. Otherwise creative
sporto's amaze me. Crack is tha sh... take a lick
what do you climb, the bricks or the mini-bouldering there? Nice pic, but I thought this was a climbing site.
needs enlarging? That's the Cirque man. That place is large enough. MAN country! I'd love to go and become a man.
If you think that looks good (which it does), seriously, find a pic of Exasperator...That is an extremely beautiful crack and climb. First pitch is excellent and the second pitch is not a "squishy" 10c in my opinion...it's solid. I'll have to see if I have it on my drive and I'll post.
oh the joys :)
it's the underarm cam!
balls...balls of steel!
nice pic, bad cholla.
looks just like me...no friends.
OK, it's been nearly a year and no objections....did it get removed? if not and you are going to, lets get some people and make it a party! Sounds like there are lots of bolts up there that need to go away.
I can beat the new bolts down low...it's called training! What the hell is up with this shit.
you know what "retro-bolter" means in my native language...FAG!
So I assume the yellow looking stains on the rock are the decomposing piss of the climbers that have gone before...good amount of 5.11 climbers in Phoenix. I would probably leave my pee stain right after the 5.10 traverse. The desert makes my pee smell narly so you'll know where I've been. Solid lead.
anybody up for laps? those cracks look superb. good to see them rated with the YDS.
One more star than flint cause 1 he can't subtract, 2 its a very nice line, and 3 you had to get the rope up there somehow (where's that picture?).
That it is. You also have the 5.7 to the left and a couple other routes off picture to the right from 5.7 to 5.11 all short but fun.
really very nice.
Bad ass JKB
he's just trying to toe off some sweat since his hands are busy. doesn't everybody do that?
Talk to Mike at the ranger station over there or go across the street from Royal Columns. They'll have all the closure information.
That route looks a lot shorter in the picture. enjoyable climb
looks like an instant classic.
I love this route. knowing how steep it is, I like the angle you are showing...its different. hats off to the ladies.
that's what this site should be ALL about! awsome pic great looking route
how about we get a few people together when the season is good and end this discussion with some visual confirmation, up close...with a few friends and a routes comparison of course. Gotta be scientific.
yeah well that's where I kept my phone...very important.
that's funny krosbakken, when I look at your profile I can't seem to find the climber either...
Nice shot Brad.
that looks more like a fist jam.
Just did it....Excellent route...whatever it's called. pictured is actually the p3 traverse.
The splitter to the right is a sweet looking, slightly overhanging offwidth. Primed to be a short variation to p3 of SSC. anchor at the base of it and rap chains at the top-left (ab. 10' of face traverse). definitely looks harder than 5.9 :)
Not The Mace (5p 5.9 regular route) as denoted in the pictures 'location'.
if a chunk blew, it didn't change the grade 5.9+struggle. Jeff and I did it yesterday. 2nd pitch wasn't too bad, compared to p3 and p4 struggles.
way to represent the UP Manny!
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