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John (jcrabtree) in the V-notch

Average Rating = 3.89/5 John (jcrabtree) in the V-notch

John climbing the second to last pitch on the V-notch. Super hard neve
Submitted by: bluefunk on 2006-10-17
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Palisade at sunset

Average Rating = 3.43/5 Palisade at sunset

We took this just as the sun went dow on day 2 or three of a 15 dat trek through the sierra high country. We slept by this lake after decending potluck pass (scree!) and swam in the crystal water at dawn the next morning.
Submitted by: m_laws_1 on 2006-09-10
Views: 521 | Votes: 7 | Comment: 1
Bivy below disappointment peak

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Bivy below disappointment peak

My partner runs for cover as the lighting and snow storm approaches, July 04
Submitted by: bartos on 2006-01-14
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Matt and Dave

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This is me (Matt, on left) and Dave on our hike up to Palisade Glacier. Nothing fancy.
Submitted by: cruit_dont_know on 2005-12-22 | Last Modified: 2007-08-02
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Three Lakes

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1st, 2nd and 3rd lakes of the North Fork of Big Pine Creek as seen from the approach to Palisade glacier
Submitted by: maznev on 2005-11-29
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Jason or Jesus???

Average Rating = 3.38/5 Jason or Jesus???

Jason walking on water as we head towards Bishop Pass to climb Mt. Agassiz. Needless to say, it was COLD!
Submitted by: superbum on 2005-11-22
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Looking at Pitch 8 Ibrium Tower, Moon Goddess Arete, Temple Crag 5.8 IV

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Looking at Pitch 8 Ibrium Tower, Moon Goddess Arete, Temple Crag 5.8 IV

Photo taken of Ibrium Tower from the 1st Tower. This would be P8.
Submitted by: floridaputz on 2005-09-01 | Last Modified: 2007-08-02
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Adan Martinez on the First Pitch of Dark Star

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Adan Martinez climbing the first pitch on Dark Star. The first pitch is the technical crux -- thin 5.10b first thing in the morning. Up above is an unprotected 5.8 chimney but in between there's a lot of low fifth class and fourth class. But it is a lot of terrain to cover in a day.
Submitted by: rampage on 2005-07-31
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Dan Rampe on the Summit of Dark Star

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Dan Rampe on the Summit of Dark Star

Dark Star is similar Sun Ribbon Arete, another route on Temple Crag. Both routes have short crux sections with long sections of low fith class and fourth class climbing.
Submitted by: rampage on 2005-07-31
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Adan Martinez on Dark Star

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Adan Martinez simul-climbing one of the many fourth class/low fifth class pitches higher up on Temple Crag.
Submitted by: rampage on 2005-07-31
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Adan Martinez and Temple Crag

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Adan Martinez and Temple Crag

Adan Martinez with Temple Crag in the background. Dark Star follow the prow of the formation located behind Adan's left shoulder. You climb one buttress, then rap into a notch. You climb a second buttress and again rap into a notch. Low fifth class and fourth class to the top
Submitted by: rampage on 2005-07-31
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Chillin on the summit block.

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Chillin on the summit block.

Hainging out on the summit block of Thunderbolt. This last 15 feet of rock has defeated many climbers, however the registry is located below the block. I wonder how many people have signed it without actually reaching this summit. Somebody really should mount it back on the true summit where it belongs.
Submitted by: salamanizer on 2005-07-04
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at the second belay of the chimney variation

Average Rating = 0.00/5 at the second belay of the chimney variation

This climb was a great 4 day excursion into the outdoors. Started it off with a nice hike out of big pine to about 10,500 and made our first camp. From there we headed up on the second day to make camp just before the terminal morain of the palisade glacier at about 12,200. Day three we summited north pal via the U-notch couloir and the chimney variation then climbed and hiked all the way back down to 10,000. A great climb!!
Submitted by: jcrabtree on 2005-06-23 | Last Modified: 2007-08-02
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Alpin-glow in the early morning

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Alpin-glow in the early morning

Approaching Mt Sill Memorial Day weekend 2004 I took this picture of the peak as the sun was rising.
Submitted by: bpe on 2005-04-14
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Its only 4th class they said.

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Its only 4th class they said.

4th class section on south side of Mt Sill. Not as steep as it looks, or is it???
Submitted by: salamanizer on 2005-04-03
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Dan Rampe Rapping Over the U-Notch Bergschrund

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Dan Rampe Rapping Over the U-Notch Bergschrund

Rappelling over the bergschrund after we had climbed up the U-Notch to North Palisade. Located in the Palisades in the Sierra Nevada.
Submitted by: rampage on 2005-02-16
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Dan Rampe and Adan Martinez Below Temple Crag

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Dan Rampe and Adan Martinez Below Temple Crag

Temple Crag offers some of the longest backcountry routes in the Sierra Nevada. Climb any of the great routes on Temple Crag - Moon Goddess Arete, Venusian Arete, Sun Ribbon Arete, Dark Star, Barefoot Bynum - and then move camp further up the hill to the base of the Palisades glacier (quickly melting out) and jump on Swiss Arete on Mt. Sill, U-Notch, V-Notch, North Palisades and more.
Submitted by: rampage on 2004-12-29
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A view of the Palisade glacier

Average Rating = 0.00/5 A view of the Palisade glacier

A shot of the Palisade glacier from the guides camp including the V-notch, Polemonium Pk, U-notch, North Palisade, Starlight Pk and Thunderbolt Pk.
Submitted by: salamanizer on 2004-12-23
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Chad on the summit of Mt Sill.

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Chad on the summit of Mt Sill.

On the top of Mt Sill with a large storm on the approach. Tha accent was sunny, calm and beautifull. The decent was a blizzard no less with 50mph winds, zero visibility and show that seemed to come up from the ground.
Submitted by: salamanizer on 2004-12-22
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Palisades Glacier

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Palisades Glacier

This is stitch of three photos I took in late summer/early fall 2004. The U-notch is visible just left of the horizontal snow band (ner the center of the photo). The V0notch is laft of that. This my first time on ice (thanks John!!). The U-notch was melted out on the right side, making it about a 70 degree slope (instead of the advertised 40 degrees). We generally stuck to the right side of the climb, but higher up, we had to traverse left, which required a bit of simul-climbing.
Submitted by: njari on 2004-11-13
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John Rapping the U-notch

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The right side melted out, making it quite steep!
Submitted by: njari on 2004-11-13
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V Notch

Average Rating = 3.00/5 V Notch

At the top of the V notch with my partner, Dille's, head in the way. This is where we took off the crampons and did a few hundred more feet of easy rock to the ridge. Awesome route!
Submitted by: the_dude on 2004-11-12
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Dan Rampe Getting Ready for Some Temple Cragging

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Dan Rampe Getting Ready for Some Temple Cragging

Dan Rampe at the base of Temple Crag. This is a High Sierra playground. Set up a base camp at Temple Crag and pick your route - Venusian Arete, Moon Goddess Arete, Sun Ribbon Arete, Dark Star, Barefoot Bynam. When you're done here, move your camp up the hill to the base of the Palisade Glacier and pick off a route du jour: Swiss Arete on Mt. Sill, U-Notch, V-Noth, North Palisade, Polemonium Peak.
Submitted by: rampage on 2004-11-12 | Last Modified: 2007-07-15
Views: 262 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Clint Rogers on Moon Goddess Arete

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Clint Rogers enjoying Moon Goddess Arete on Temple Crag, Palisdes, Sierra Nevada.
Submitted by: rampage on 2004-11-12
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Shadow Dancing on Moon Goddess Arete

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Shadow Dancing on Moon Goddess Arete

Dan Rampe shadow dancing on Moon Goddess Arete, Temple Crag, Sierra Nevada.
Submitted by: rampage on 2004-11-12
Views: 237 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
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