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Rappel from Mars Attacks

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Rappel from Mars Attacks

Mike and I on the second rapell station off of Mars Attacks. Looking back now, we should have done the 5.10 finger crack to our left. Oh well, just another reason to get back to Sedona.
Submitted by: lagarita on 2006-11-02 | Last Modified: 2007-05-30
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My first Multi-pitch

Average Rating = 0.00/5 My first Multi-pitch

I made it.... Absolutly loved this route.
Submitted by: lagarita on 2006-10-31 | Last Modified: 2006-11-13
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Burcham Dribbling on B-Dome

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Burcham Dribbling on B-Dome

John pulling the roof on the second pitch during the first ascent. It took us 13 hours for him to lead and me to follow this pitch.
Submitted by: gremlinsaliva on 2006-07-01
Views: 1146 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 3
Fighting through the funk

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Fighting through the funk

This is me on the first ascent (with Burcham) of Mystery Spire. The 2nd pitch is a funky roof chimney thing. I should put a series of pictures to show how funky the crux is.
Submitted by: gremlinsaliva on 2006-07-01
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Thrashing

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Thrashing

This is me pulling the crux on the 2nd pitch of Mystery Spire. You have to rely on faith when grabing the slopers behind your head.
Submitted by: gremlinsaliva on 2006-07-01
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The Big Corner

Average Rating = 2.50/5 The Big Corner

This is a great dihedral in Sedona. I guess I should say, the second pitch is great. This first looked really loose, ugly and rather poorly protected. Best access is to climb Mars Attacks, go to the right anchors at the top; rap down to the triple anchors; rap again to the beginning of the route. Hands, off width, fingers, and tips. Classic line.
Submitted by: claramie on 2006-05-04
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Mars Attacks

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Mars Attacks

Uncleuzzi and I on this classic Sedona route.
Submitted by: bodytag on 2007-03-27
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Finally some good rock!

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Finally some good rock!

CanyonwrenJen nears the top of the first pitch. It's good to get on the limestone band!
Submitted by: markguycan on 2006-03-16
Views: 1062 | Votes: 6 | Comment: 1
money pitch

Average Rating = 3.65/5 money pitch

CanyonwrenJen enjoys the hand and fists through a couple of bulges.
Submitted by: markguycan on 2006-03-16
Views: 734 | Votes: 17 | Comments: 7
Oh my god, I can see his nuts!

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Oh my god, I can see his nuts!

CanyonwrenJen nears the summit notch. Good work on the offwidth!
Submitted by: markguycan on 2006-03-16
Views: 545 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 4
Lost Huecos

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Lost Huecos

It's all about the second pitch. If you survive the first, then enjoy the splitter hands to fists up past two bulges.
Submitted by: markguycan on 2006-03-16
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traverse

Average Rating = 3.17/5 traverse

can't believe mark suggested I lead this!
Submitted by: jencanyonwren on 2006-03-06
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Mars Attacks - First Pitch

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Jeff just before the crux of the first pitch of Mars Attacks. This pitch is a friction slab which is easy up to this point (which is good since you don't see any pro on that rope!). The crux is a well bolted, sandstone, friction slab section. Yeah - sandstone and friction feels as insecure as it sounds. I suggest waiting until the sun hits the rock before trying it (or just make a few attempts if you skid off). Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Mars Attacks - Second Pitch

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Mars Attacks - Second Pitch

Patrick leading the 2nd pitch of Mars Attacks. This pitch is totally cool - a long (80 feet?) horizontal traverse around the corner following the limestone band. While this section isn't difficult and is well protected, it's really fun exposure while stepping from section to section. Interestingly, the trailing climber gets the same fall potential as the leader. Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Mars Attacks - Third Pitch

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Mars Attacks - Third Pitch

Patrick at the top of the 3rd pitch of Mars Attacks - a ~130 foot chimney. This picture shows the "narrowest" part of the crack. For most of the pitch you're nestled nicely inside the chimney enjoying the consistent great trad placements and awesome view. Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Mars Attacks - Forth Pitch

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Mars Attacks - Forth Pitch

Patrick starting the 4th pitch of Mars Attacks. After finishing the chimney, this pitch wanders around a bit with mixed trad and bolt protection. The finish is a run out friction slab. I'm not sure why the section doesn't have a bolt, because the trad pro is minimal and sketchy. Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Mars Attacks - Finish Photo

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Jeff, Patrick, and Joe at the top of Mars Attacks. Two double rope rappels later, we'll be on our way home. Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Tip-toeing on an ancient Limestone ocean band

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Tip-toeing on an ancient Limestone ocean band

This is Kevin turning the corner of the Mars Attacks traverse. The exposure and constant leaning right and left on dicey Sedona Sandstone holds makes this a great experience!
Submitted by: noburu on 2006-02-04 | Last Modified: 2007-07-31
Views: 925 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
Daniel does the bIG cORNER!

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Daniel does the bIG cORNER!

Bonus pitch after climbing Mars Attacks, this 10d corner starts easy then gradually gets harder til it cruxes just before the anchors.
Submitted by: markguycan on 2005-12-07
Views: 1158 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 5
Jumping for Joy

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Jumping for Joy

JenCanyonWren on hops an isolated mini-tower, Lost Huecos corner in the distance.
Submitted by: markguycan on 2005-12-03
Views: 458 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Pitch three of the great D

Average Rating = 3.43/5 Pitch three of the great D

mmmmm.... Bigggness. This pitch begins with grunting through an brief squeeze and then over hangs in to wild chimmeying and finally nice hands with big stems. Whew!
Submitted by: movingoverstone on 2005-10-06
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Peekaboo Traverse!  It's all good!

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Peekaboo Traverse! It's all good!

Andy finishing the superb second pitch on Mars Attacks. Nothing but fantastic limestone and great exposure for 80 or so feet of sideways action.
Submitted by: hand_sandwich on 2004-05-15
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Mars attacks Mark

Average Rating = 3.80/5 Mars attacks Mark

Can you say SUPER FUN? This four pitch route has a bit of everything. Killer bolted traverse,hands, OW, Chimney, Huecos, & friction slabs!
Submitted by: markguycan on 2004-01-16
Views: 739 | Votes: 20 | Comments: 3
That was thin slab..!

Average Rating = 0.00/5 That was thin slab..!

Monica and Catherine revel on pitch 1.
Submitted by: monkmiller510 on 2007-03-02
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Belay view down P1

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Monica belaying Catherine, photo shot by Marcy while siting in the nice rock cubby hole above. A perfect place for another party member to hang out.
Submitted by: monkmiller510 on 2007-03-02
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