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Panorama of the Sierras from the small town of Lone Pine

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Panorama of the Sierras from the small town of Lone Pine

This is a panorama I put together (7 pictures) of the Sierras after a bouldering trip to Bishop (Happy Boulders).
Submitted by: carlosfnavas on 2005-09-02
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Midway Up the North Ridge on Lone Pine Peak

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Out of energy, I took a much needed food break midway up the ridge. At least I got to admire how far we had already come. Taken: 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Jay Gears Up

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Jay (micronut) gears up for the 5th class portion of our trip up Lone Pine Peak. Taken: 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Sierra View from Lone Pine Peak North Ridge

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Another beautiful photo op in the high Sierra. Taken: 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Jay Heads Up a Pitch on the North Ridge

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Jay starts up one of the multiple pitches on the North Ridge of Lone Pine Peak. Taken: 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Mesyan Lake

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While on the North Ridge, we had tremendous views of the Mesyan Lakes. Taken: 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Mt. Whitney

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Mt. Whitney as seen from the North Ridge of Lone Pine Peak. It made me feel so small to be this close to such a majestic peak. Taken: 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Topping Out on Lone Pine Peak

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It was 8pm by the time we finally topped out on the summit of Lone Pine Peak. So with what little sunlight remained, Jay (micronut) and I tried in vain for a classic summit pic. Taken: 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Rita Walks the Knife Edge

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Who knew a traverse could be so scary?? Rita (snoangel) walks one of the many exposed portions of the North Ridge of Lone Pine Peak. Photo taken by micronut on 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Total Exposure on the North Ridge

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Rita (snoangel) walks the knife edge traverse on the North Ridge of Lone Pine Peak. Photo taken by micronut on 7/16/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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Bivy Spot

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On the Lone Pine Peak descent, Jay (micronut) and I had to take an unplanned bivy on this somewhat comfortable, semi-exposed spot. Taken: 7/17/05.
Submitted by: snoangel on 2005-07-18
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View of the Windhorse wall.

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PTTS is shown. Windhorse climbs the prominent dihedral. The route is about 18 pitches or so.
Submitted by: poorboy on 2005-04-28
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Lone Pine Peak in afternoon light

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I shot this from my campsite @ Lone Pine Creek on Tues. 3/29 afternoon. To me it makes the mountain look like some Himalayan Peak. Photo by sbclimber.
Submitted by: sbclimber on 2005-04-06
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High Sierra

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Mt. Mallory and Mt. Irvine from the North ridge of Lone Pine Peak. The most prominent rock face is the East buttress of Mt. Irvine
Submitted by: mlog on 2005-03-08
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Admiring the winter High Sierra sunrise

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Steve is capturing the beauty from our high camp on the North ridge of Lone Pine Peak
Submitted by: mlog on 2005-03-08
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High Sierra winter alpenglow

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High Sierra from the North ridge of Lone Pine Peak. Mt. Russell is on the left, Mt. Williamson is on the right
Submitted by: mlog on 2005-03-08
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profile pic

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After summiting Lone Pine Peak. Bad weather moved in halfway up but it was still a blast even if my expression doesn't show it.
Submitted by: beth23 on 2004-06-24
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New Route Picts!

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Following the second pitch of a new route on the South Face. Currently, there are two routes being attempted this summer. Both will go from the lowest point on the wall to the top.
Submitted by: rocknroll on 2004-06-09
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Bastille Butress - A really long sport climb?

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Bastille Butress is not in the wilderness which means power drills are legal. What do you think of a 2000 ft, sport climb? Photo by Chossman
Submitted by: rocknroll on 2004-05-12
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Lone Pine - V0 - cvrcak

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This was in Lone Pine about a week a go. My first outing and a V0-V1 boulder that i did. The time was short so was the problem and the climb.
Submitted by: cvrcak on 2004-04-12
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std lenticular cloud

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Taken from Tuttle Creek near The Keyhole at treeline well above the stone house- March 2002.
Submitted by: crimbin2 on 2003-04-14
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me - happy!!!

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i think Tom clicked this off. i don't have much more to say. hmmm... a 9mm rope and a set of hexes + nuts is all you need for this route.
Submitted by: crimbin2 on 2003-04-05
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Lone Pine Peak

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Lone Pine Peak sets a distinctive profile above the Owens Valley. There is enough good stone within ten miles of the summit to occupy several lifetimes of cragging.
Submitted by: pywiak on 2002-12-17
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in my teva's

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Thid problem is unknown. my wife and I stopped at Alabama Hills on the way to Bishop CA. The climber is me. Route is maybe V1. Fun place to climb.
Submitted by: itsallvbtillyoufall on 2002-08-12
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North rige in the shade

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The way we came up!
Submitted by: ajutant on 2007-05-21 | Last Modified: 2007-06-19
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