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Looking for the next jam on

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Looking for the next jam on "Knob Job" 10b

Great climb with about 80 feet of hands to thin hands with a few merciful rests on giant knobs. This is me embarking on another section of thin hands enroute to the 10b layback section above.
Submitted by: douglaskinsman on 2006-09-23
Views: 2338 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Josh in the Tube

Average Rating = 3.76/5 Josh in the Tube

Josh Finklestein cruising through the crux and into the green room on The Tube (5.11) Yosemite, CA. See more Yosemite images here. Visit my site at High Exposures.
Submitted by: the_alpine on 2005-06-22
Views: 1653 | Votes: 60 | Comments: 8

Average Rating = 0.00/5 "The Tube" (5.11a)

David Yerian beginning the initial 5.10b hand crack at the start of "The Tube" (5.11a), Pat and Jack Pinnacles, YNP, California
Submitted by: morcomm on 2005-04-14
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Loving the chimney

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Loving the chimney

Robmo working through the chimney on Desperado 11d. photo Michael Chaffin
Submitted by: mchaff2 on 2005-03-31
Views: 848 | Votes: 15 | Comments: 3
Lindsey chillin atop Sherrie's crack

Average Rating = 3.62/5 Lindsey chillin atop Sherrie's crack

go to yosemite to find good looking, rocket scientist women who happen to be off-width specialistas. this one is married though. photo by Michael Chaffin, not to me.
Submitted by: mchaff2 on 2005-03-31
Views: 1037 | Votes: 41 | Comments: 15

Average Rating = 3.00/5 "The Tube" (5.11a)

Beth Wald follows "The Tube" (5.11a) at Pat & Jack Pinnacle, everyone's favorite 'first 5.11' in the Valley.
Submitted by: morcomm on 2005-03-31
Views: 865 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1

Average Rating = 3.50/5 "Cat's Squirrel" (5.12a)

Dimitri Barton photographed by Bob Gaines leading the 1st pitch of "Cat's Squirrel" (5.12a) in 1983.
Submitted by: morcomm on 2005-03-31
Views: 1589 | Votes: 14 | Comments: 7

Average Rating = 3.71/5 Underklingon

The starting moves of this 12a are unprotected and somwhat dicey- we considered humping a bouldering pad up to do this, but the landing is flat enough, what's the worst thing that could happen...?
Submitted by: digzdachikzdatdrinkzbeerz on 2003-12-17
Views: 778 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 5