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Lithic Scatter B2

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Lithic Scatter B2

Justin starting a difficult sandstone problem in Capitol Reef N.P. B2?
Submitted by: lunabruandabby on 2006-04-28
Views: 1441 | Comments: 0
Apens in the storm

Average Rating = 3.28/5 Apens in the storm

This was a beautiful aspen grove with a storm rolling in. I shot this on my way to Capitol Reef.
Submitted by: nthusiastj on 2005-06-28
Views: 866 | Votes: 18 | Comments: 5
the brain, center route

Average Rating = 3.55/5 the brain, center route

jvb on the steep and unrelenting center route on the brain, big rocks, utah.
Submitted by: bvb on 2005-04-09
Views: 990 | Votes: 30 | Comments: 9
the shield

Average Rating = 3.89/5 the shield

jvb on the impeccable rock of "the shield" at big rocks, near capitol reef national park.
Submitted by: bvb on 2005-04-09
Views: 1819 | Votes: 55 | Comments: 18
radio free loa

Average Rating = 3.68/5 radio free loa

bvb on the steep, positive cutter edges of "radio free loa", big rocks, utah. photo by john wason
Submitted by: bvb on 2005-04-09
Views: 1356 | Votes: 40 | Comments: 7
the unnamed

Average Rating = 3.71/5 the unnamed

bvb on an unnamed 5-star highball at big rocks. photo by jocelyn van belle.
Submitted by: bvb on 2005-04-09
Views: 1260 | Votes: 37 | Comments: 10
weimaraner climb

Average Rating = 3.00/5 weimaraner climb

this is a great place to hang out all day and climb, no crowds!!
Submitted by: chukarclimber on 2004-10-14
Views: 600 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
close to big rocks

Average Rating = 3.33/5 close to big rocks

this is a shot bouldering near Teasdale, sweet, sweet sandstone!
Submitted by: chukarclimber on 2004-10-14
Views: 564 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 0
The Rabbit Valley Overhang

Average Rating = 4.22/5 The Rabbit Valley Overhang

Climbing at Big Rocks is all about big roofs on highly colorful bullet stone. This classic V5 roof charges 7' of full horizontal on letterbox pockets and sloping huecos, and is only one of the four problems that tackle this five star formation.
Submitted by: bvb on 2003-04-12
Views: 813 | Votes: 10 | Comments: 3
Learning To Fly

Average Rating = 4.18/5 Learning To Fly

kvb, still just barely three, discovers his ever-growing love of highballs. it's only gotten worse since then. this boy just LOVES to air it out...bvb and i spend most of our sessions stacking metolius xxl's three thick or more under the budding young yabo! Big Rocks, Loa, Utah, Spring, 1996
Submitted by: jvb on 2003-03-29
Views: 679 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 7
Learning To Crawl

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Learning To Crawl

Just-turned-three Kyle gets a lesson in footwork from dad (bvb). Big Rocks, Spring of '96.
Submitted by: jvb on 2003-03-28
Views: 700 | Votes: 21 | Comments: 12
Jocelyn on the Whiffle Ball

Average Rating = 3.83/5 Jocelyn on the Whiffle Ball

Jocelyn starts to air it out on the Whiffle Ball, one of many superb highball boulder problems at Big Rocks, an area loaded with off-the-deck moderates. The problem Jocelyn's on in this photo is a 30' V2 heavily pocketed jug haul with the crux down low, and a must-do for those visiting the area. Look for full beta on Big Rocks in the soon-to-be-released Russo/Baldwin/Beck Utah Bouldering Guide.
Submitted by: bvb on 2003-03-16
Views: 608 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 4
Wide Open Spaces At Big Rocks

Average Rating = 3.90/5 Wide Open Spaces At Big Rocks

Joceyln Van Belle enjoys the spectacular setting at Big Rocks, near Capitol Reef National Park and located on the northern edge of the 9,000 foot Awapa Plateau. The lush Rabbit Valley lies in the background, with 11,600 foot Thousand Lake Mountain looming behind.
Submitted by: bvb on 2003-03-16
Views: 441 | Votes: 11 | Comment: 1
Big Rocks -- The Skull Rock Roof

Average Rating = 3.80/5 Big Rocks -- The Skull Rock Roof

Typical of Big Rocks bouldering is this long, powerful sit down roof. After travelling miles of horizontal, relief is granted when you finally hit the big huecos at the lip. But it ain't over till it's over -- a burly topout now awaits the fully pumped pebble wrestler!
Submitted by: bvb on 2003-03-16
Views: 484 | Votes: 11 | Comments: 0
Cook Shelf,  Just outside Capitol Reef NP

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Cook Shelf, Just outside Capitol Reef NP

Here's my buddy nate on a route put up by Jimi Hendricks. He aided the whole thing at about a1+. In order to top rope it, I had to aid up his pins and cams for the bottom 25% then go free. The main splitter is probably 5.11+ to start and gets easier as y
Submitted by: rocknpowda on 2002-05-29
Views: 600 | Votes: 6 | Comment: 1
Cook Shelf, near Capitol Reef NP

Average Rating = 4.18/5 Cook Shelf, near Capitol Reef NP

Here's the view from this killer area just outside Capitol Reef--find it on the map, you'll be glad you did. The slabby wall at the top of the talus has 4 or 5 nice moderate crack climbs with anchors on top. My friends and I put up these routes in 1996.
Submitted by: rocknpowda on 2002-05-29
Views: 556 | Votes: 11 | Comments: 4