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Ryan Crochiere on the 1st ascent.

Average Rating = 5.00/5 Ryan Crochiere on the 1st ascent.

This route on the left side of the main face ends in a slightly overhanging headwall. Ryan contemplates the next move.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2006-10-11
Views: 2535 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Crochiere cruising P.H.D.

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Crochiere cruising P.H.D.

Ryan made short work of this overhanging, awkward 5.10+ climb on the very left side of the CM wall.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2006-10-11
Views: 1788 | Comment: 1
Rob midway up Overhang Crack

Average Rating = 3.29/5 Rob midway up Overhang Crack

What appears to be two photos spliced into one is actually just a perfect cleavage of the north face of Deep Creek Narrows. Rob is enjoying this tranquil setting on a very fun climb.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2006-10-11
Views: 2276 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 2
Johnson starting the crux on 2002

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Johnson starting the crux on 2002

Good solid edges on excellent rock make this one of the better climbs on the Bong.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2006-10-11
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Ryan Crochiere on Downward Spiral, 5.11a

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Ryan Crochiere on Downward Spiral, 5.11a

Downward Spiral starts with a 30 foot finger crack and finishes with an eight bolt face. Ryan is just getting started.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2005-07-15
Views: 1350 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Dave Honeywell pondering a highball V1.

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Dave Honeywell pondering a highball V1.

About a mile from the trailhead to Cottonwood Lakes is this twenty foot boulder on the left side of the trail with a polished face split by two cracks. This boulder problem takes the directissima.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2004-06-01
Views: 961 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Getting silly on the Sharksfin.

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Getting silly on the Sharksfin.

Dave Honeywell going mental at the top. We had to call the white clothes people after this photo was taken.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2004-05-24
Views: 1092 | Votes: 26 | Comments: 14
David Lepere at the crux

Average Rating = 0.00/5 David Lepere at the crux

It does not get much better in the San Bernardinos for exposure, rock quality and setting than this 5.11 ten- bolt arete.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-05-21
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Dave Honeywell below the crux slab.

Average Rating = 3.60/5 Dave Honeywell below the crux slab.

Pistol Pete,5.10c, Chris Miller's superb route on the Doc Holiday Wall, is one of the longest and best climbs in the Pinnacles area.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-04-21
Views: 1247 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Dave Honeywell at the crux.

Average Rating = 3.69/5 Dave Honeywell at the crux.

A delicate arete climb, Slap and Tickle starts with a moderate crack and ends on this holdless slab arete. Beautiful climb.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-03-31
Views: 1229 | Votes: 13 | Comment: 1
Eric Odenthal at the crux

Average Rating = 3.12/5 Eric Odenthal at the crux

This eight bolt slab climb, slightly over 70 feet high, sits on well defined granite overlooking the San Bernardino Valley.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-03-31
Views: 1155 | Votes: 8 | Comment: 1
Rob Stauder stretching at the crux

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Rob Stauder stretching at the crux

This 5.9 sport climb takes a line up the middle of the west face.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-03-31
Views: 1084 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Craig Britton just below the crux

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Craig Britton just below the crux

This 5.11 arete is fun until the feet run out. Good rock, difficult moves. (notice how low the creek is!)
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-03-31
Views: 1851 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Eric Odenthal at the midway point

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Eric Odenthal at the midway point

2001, 5.11, takes a line up the right side of the west face. The crux is at the beginning and traverses out right to the arete finishing on jugs and slopers.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-03-31
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Dave Honewell on the upper crux

Average Rating = 3.40/5 Dave Honewell on the upper crux

Black gold climbs a dark waterstreak up the lower part of the rock and then heads left to this finishing arete. Delicate and balancy moves with good exposure and a great backdrop.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-03-28
Views: 848 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 2
Eric Odenthal on the upper headwall

Average Rating = 3.14/5 Eric Odenthal on the upper headwall

Opiate is a Chris Miller creation that starts with a wicked mantle off the deck and ends on a beautiful white 5.11 headwall.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-03-28
Views: 683 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 0
David LePere nearing the crux

Average Rating = 3.67/5 David LePere nearing the crux

American Heroes takes a line up the west face of the bong just right of center. A crimpy, painful start leads to delicate flakes and a technical crux. It finishes with a mantle.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-03-28
Views: 777 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1
David LePere on an early attempt of Screaming Trees, 5.13a

Average Rating = 2.33/5 David LePere on an early attempt of Screaming Trees, 5.13a

This continually difficult steep and technical face is not only pumpy but very sequential as well. Ten bolts in seventy feet. Big Bear Lake is in the background.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-01-16
Views: 994 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Eric Tipton on an early attempt of Tipton's Arete. (5.12a)

Average Rating = 3.38/5 Eric Tipton on an early attempt of Tipton's Arete. (5.12a)

One of the best climbs in the San Bernardino Mountains, this sustained dihedral and arete climb utilizes every move in your repetoire. If you can somehow manage to hang on for the ride, it's well worth the experience.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2003-01-14
Views: 1061 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 0
David LePere on the first ascent of Pat's Gym, 5.11d

Average Rating = 0.00/5 David LePere on the first ascent of Pat's Gym, 5.11d

This six bolt sport climb sits on the far left of the Ugly Wall. The crux is a lunge/dead point for a small incut from a tiny crimper over the five-foot roof. Exciting.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2002-12-10
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The late Steve Untch on

Average Rating = 0.00/5 The late Steve Untch on "Strawberry Fields," 5.10a, east face.

Strawberry Fields is actually the variation finish to Lightning Bolt Crack, 5.7. It traverses out and right from the splitter hand crack and finishes over a block at the summit with a couple of precarious lieback moves. The photo was taken in the early eighties by Aaron Barnes. San Bernardino local Steve Untch died tragically on K2 in 1994.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2002-12-09
Views: 2835 | Comments: 2
Travis McElvany at the crux of Rapala, 5.10c

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Travis McElvany at the crux of Rapala, 5.10c

The first bolted route on Fisherman's Buttress, Rapala, follows a short face to a small roof and ends on an arete above. Fun climbing.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2002-12-04
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David LePere at the start of Call of the Wild, 5.11c, Wally World

Average Rating = 0.00/5 David LePere at the start of Call of the Wild, 5.11c, Wally World

Wally World contains eight very short sport climbs from 5.10b to 5.12a in the Children's Forest Area of Keller Peak Road. Although short, they are both strenuous and technical and supply an easier alternative to the Hungover Wall further down the road.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2002-12-03
Views: 957 | Comments: 0
Eric Tipton cruising the crux of Castle Crack, 5.10c.

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Eric Tipton cruising the crux of Castle Crack, 5.10c.

Castle Crack, 5.10c, is one of the sweetest cracks in the San Bernardino Mountains for its grade. Nearly dead vertical, it goes from fingers to hands on a well-featured wall. The crux is in the first twenty feet. Here local climber Eric Tipton takes a brief rest before arching up and right into the remaining sixty feet of hand crack. Photo by Brad Singer.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2002-11-25
Views: 1048 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Eric Odenthal on the crux of Alpenglow

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Eric Odenthal on the crux of Alpenglow

The west face of the Bong has seven (70') 5.11 sport routes that are all very high quality. Alpenglow is the hardest of the bunch. Eric Odenthal (the Jedi) has put up four of these routes. Here he is on the first ascent at the bottom crux. Photo by Brad Singer.
Submitted by: bsinger on 2002-11-25
Views: 893 | Comments: 0