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Bonnie's Roof Direct

Average Rating = 3.96/5 Bonnie's Roof Direct

The final direct finish of Bonnie's Roof (5.9). A fine example of the excellent exposure to be found on many Gunks routes. The regular finish is easier (5.7) but is just as exposed. photographer: Nicolas Falacci
Submitted by: beta-boy on 2003-11-22
Views: 1307 | Votes: 24 | Comments: 21
Steep face climbing at Lost City

Average Rating = 3.86/5 Steep face climbing at Lost City

Brave New World 5.12a/b An excellent Russ Clune route that ascends a slightly overhanging face that is painted with water streaks. The crux is at the very start and there's no solid pro until you've climbed 5.11c move after the crux. Above, however, there's plenty of solid gear placements. The wall to the right of the climber is now home to Collect Call 5.12c. Both routes are usually top-roped. climber: Nicolas Falacci photographer: John Blumenthal Nicolas Falacci Collection
Submitted by: beta-boy on 2003-11-21
Views: 2746 | Votes: 14 | Comments: 11
Survival of the Fittest

Average Rating = 3.92/5 Survival of the Fittest

Originally put up by Scott Franklin in traditional style (he banged pins in from the ground up), this hard, technical route has become a popular top-rope testpiece in the Gunks. It was also the site of the first free-solo of a 5.13 by an American (also Franklin). The crack immediately to the right, is Persistence 5.11b/c, first climbed by John Stannard. The blank wall right of the crack is home to Mantronix 5.13d FFA Jerry Moffat photographer: Nicolas Falacci
Submitted by: beta-boy on 2003-11-21
Views: 3623 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 4
John Bragg on the Friction Pitch

Average Rating = 3.14/5 John Bragg on the Friction Pitch

What could be better than climbing the Exum Ridge on the Gran Teton in perfect weather? Climbing it with the legendary John Bragg! photo: Nicolas Falacci
Submitted by: beta-boy on 2003-11-21
Views: 1754 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 0