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The Birth of a Waterfall

Average Rating = 5.00/5 The Birth of a Waterfall

This is a pretty mind blowing waterfall. There is soo much water coming out of it, that from a hundred meters away you feel like your in a rain storm. The truth of it is, the waterfall has just been exposed from the glacier in the last year. It's amazing what can be created by glaciers besides icebergs and ice climbers!
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-08-04
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Hitchhiking in the Juneau Icefield

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This was after attempting to climb devils paw and then skiing across the icefield. We basically didn't want to hike down the ridge so we called in for a ride.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Calling in to find out the weather report.

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This was the deciding factor as to weather we wanted to find our way down Blackerby Ridge in crap weather or good weather.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Ezy watching Devils Paw

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This mountain is hard to describe. One of the most incredible that I've seen or ever attempted.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Simoclimbing past Ezy

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Climbing past Ezy in the main couier on the paw.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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On Belay

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Ezy climbing up to belay. At this point there was quite a dramatic change in the amount of rockfall and snow sliding down the couier.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Downclimbing

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Ezy downclimbing the Couier watching snow coming down.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Ezy and I with Michaels Sword behind us

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This was right after we took down our camp so that we could begin our journey home.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Devils Paw

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Devils Paw

This is an incredible picture not only because the mountain is rediculously insane but because of the clouds that it was forming late in the morning. This was the only time that was saw the mountain creating these thin clouds.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Ezy skiing away from Devils Paw

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On our way west to cross the icefield. Michaels Sword, Devils Paw and Ezy.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Almost go time

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Ezy gettin read for a long day of skiing. The Taku is in the background with the Taku Towers
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Off the Hades Highway and the Taku

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After a day and night of skiing we passed Hades Highway and made it off the Taku Glacier to leave Devils Paw 16 miles behind us.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Nearing the end of our journey.

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The last sight of Devils paw and 35 miles later
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Route Looking

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Sittin in the sun trying to decide on a route home. Nothings a whole lot better.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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Getting dropped off.

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Getting dropped off.

We were extremely confident in the fact that we were getting dropped off basically in the middle of nowhere, based on the fact that we would travel home on our own will power and knowledge.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-06-19
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TJ in Mt Wrathers Splendor

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This is TJ Climbing up behind me as we get closer to the summit of Mount Wrather. Awesome rock gendarmes on the ridges with a great view of the Mendenhall Towers on the top!
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-24
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Way out there!

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This is my buddy Justin belaying Brian on some virgin rout on the Main Tower. It is hard to see him but he's there!
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-17
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Rapping down

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Jacek rappeling down the southeast ridge.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-17
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Jacek on the summit

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This is Jacek on the summit of the main tower.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-17
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Me on the summit

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This is me on the summit of the main tower.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-17
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Boulder @ my place!

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This is Jesse doing some bouldering next to the fireplace in my living room!
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-17
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Alaskan Kegstand

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This is me doing a kegstand. Alaskan Winter Ale... There's absolutly nothing else to be said.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-11
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The Knife Edge

Average Rating = 3.20/5 The Knife Edge

Here is Brian on New Years Eve preparing for the sketchy descent of a serac onto yet another knife edge. Pretty sweet exposer on either side.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-03
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Brian Strugling to Stay Atop While Cooking

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Here is Brian yet again in another sketchy spot on Christmas eve. We decided to eat lunch atop a serac with a little notch in the top. There was no other flat spots around. You can't really tell but it drops down around 80 feet on both sides.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2006-01-03
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Mt. Hood in the Sunset

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This is a beautiful shot of Hood from the Prairies next to the Dechutes River in Eastern Oregon.
Submitted by: crazyakclimber on 2005-09-19
Views: 787 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
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