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Stepping Across

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Zac measuring the one slopey dish for half-hopping on to gain the steep face. Doesn't look like that big a step because Zac is like eight feet tall. 28 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-30
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That JTree High Friction

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Cynthia sticking the high step-across onto the steep slab, hands up for balance over the one foot. 28 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-30
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Gunks West Above the Bolt

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Jorge pulling the crux moves to get up to the better part of the crack above the bolt. Almost there. Just a little bit more. 28 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-30
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Spanning Across and Away

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Reno sailing away across the top. 28 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-30
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High Up on Labor Dome

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Onto the face nubs after the crack thinned to narrower than tips. Photo by Jorge. 28 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-29
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Breakfast Before Buissonier

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Sausage, egg, and cheese burritos in the making, while our first line of the day awaited in the morning sun, right behind our campsite. Good lead, Reno! 29 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-29
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Pointing Atop the Truffle Tower

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A few more moves up past the anchor to the summit, to where one can see the brave new world toward which we are venturing, whereupon the urge to point that out for the rest of humanity is irresistable. Photo by Audrey. The Pointing Collection. 21 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-23
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First Time Pointing

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Not as easy as it looks, this pointing to our bright, new tomorrow. Should definitely look at where one is pointing, lest ending up pointing without the full sincerity said pointing moment deserves. With practice, this one too would one day point with confidence and conviction. The Pointing Collection. 21 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-23
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Yaum Direct Start on Hillbilly Pillar in Alabama Hills

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Pulling the roof felt about 5.9. Photo by Audrey. 22 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-22
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Cornfed on Hillbilly Pillar in Alabama Hills

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Climber on this very aesthetic and exciting line that arches up along the arete and an intermittent thin flake lip on the steep, smooth face. 22 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-22
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Ted Shread on Paul's Backyard in Alabama Hills

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Climber on an excellent finger crack amid a whole lot of bolt lines. To the left is the sparsely bolted Paul's Paradise, rated 5.9+. The top of the right side of this wall is actually visible from the closest pullout on the road. Just walk up the rocky hill in between a drumstick shaped pillar and this wall, instead of circling all the way around the far side as described by guidebook. NE facing, morning sun. 22 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-22
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Trevor's Crack in the Alabama Hills

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Climber on a warm-up with an attention getting start. Directly under the open shut anchor is the bolted line El Chato. Another anchor to the right is atop Glass Bead Game. This outer face of the outermost corridor wall can be seen from the road. Morning sun. 22 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-22
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Non-Heelhook Attempt on Bearded Cabbage

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This was a very bad idea, when you don't have the reach. Right arm felt the pump real quick after letting go with the left to reach at the crack. Immediate hand traverse back to the right onto the rail again, for a heel-toe leg hook upsidedown hang rest. Did all possible to get this thing clean on the first go, but botched it at the end of the half hour struggle. Felt that long anyway. Came down. Went with a slightly different sequence and made good on the redpoint. A very patient belay by Armando. Photo by Steve. 1 Oct 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-02
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Championship Wrestling in JTree

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A very fun wide crack. Honest. And not a scratch coming out of this wrestling match. Top stitch photo by Armando. 30 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-10-02
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Conness West Ridge

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Atop one of the striking fins along the way up the West Ridge. The Pointing Collection. 27 Aug 2011.
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2011-09-01
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Tax Man on IRS Wall, Lost Horse in JTree

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A stellar line from bottom to top. Had the whole wall to ourselves, aside from a pair that free-solo'd up to the top of Copenhagen before us and another that went on to Dairy Queen for the afternoon. Photo by Ched. 17 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-19
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On a Wall of Thin Verticals

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Finding a rest stance after clearing the very engaging crux section, and feeling really good. Photo by Ched. 17 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-19
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Commander Cody on IRS Wall, Lost Horse in JTree

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Climber going up the left veering crack, then continue past nice face plates to a short vertical thin crack that leads up to more nice plates or crack to the top. Topside belayer is anchored at a ledge about 100' high. Easy free-solo for another 25' to the very top. Photo by Ched. 17 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-19
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Joe's Problem and More Punk Than Funk on Hungover Wall, Kellar Peak

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Local climbers on Joe's Problem. Crack to the left is More Punk Than Funk. 9 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-10
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South(west) Face of Shirtsleeve Rock, Kellar Peak

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Climber on Armed and Ready up the right side of the south(west) face. G-String goes up the left side, and Collared up the middle. Morning shade. 9 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-10
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Mufasa in the Alabama Hills

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Steep. Smooth. Hard. Photo by Lee. 3 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-05
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Slab and Curving Crack in the Cattle Pocket, Alabama Hills

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Steep edging on Slab, after the gear lead on Curving Crack, where the other rope dangles to the left. Photo by Lee. 3 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-05
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The Alabama Hills Gang at The Loaf

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Pulling the fun roof after clearing the steep and thin lower section. Felt harder than Pangborn, and better. Both long and very enjoyable. 2 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-05
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Capricorn Wall in the Alabama Hills

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Lee pulling the crux roof of Wounded Knee, the leftmost line on this shady wall. Across to the right are Capricorn, Dec 29, and Happy Cappys with rope and draws hanging on the right. 4 Sep 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-09-05
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Does Sue Know? on Lower West Wall at Aztec Pond

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Lee getting a read on this severe overhang start above the water pool, on Sheila's belay. At upper left is a nice thin hands splitter that goes at 5.10d. East facing; morning sun and afternoon shade. 20 Aug 2006
Submitted by: baja_topos on 2006-08-20 | Last Modified: 2007-06-25
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