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Ascending the final snow ridge

Average Rating = 3.93/5 Ascending the final snow ridge

This is me climbing the final steep snow pitches to the summit. conditions were remarkably good for the fall, although on the final 300 feet the snow was pure sugar over rotting alpine ice. Photo by tim_cro.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2006-09-04
Views: 2039 | Votes: 16 | Comments: 3
Navigating the middle glacier to gain the ridge

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Navigating the middle glacier to gain the ridge

This is tim_cro gaining the main ridge from the upper Gulkana Glacier below Institute peak. Past this is where our route met the normal route coming from the Canwell Glacier. Photo by Drzaous.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2006-09-04
Views: 1899 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Annual Bouldering Competition

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Annual Bouldering Competition

This is me working one of the harder problems at the UAF competition. Around V5 or so. Only two of us sent it.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2006-05-16
Views: 1311 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
2nd pitch dihedral

Average Rating = 3.00/5 2nd pitch dihedral

Just getting to the top of the awesome first part of the second pitch. Always a fun route. Photo: TimCro
Submitted by: drzaous on 2006-05-15
Views: 1295 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1
Topping Out

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Topping Out

Me exiting the chimney feature and on to the top-out jugs. Photo: TimCro
Submitted by: drzaous on 2006-05-15
Views: 1690 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
The Storm Clearing

Average Rating = 3.48/5 The Storm Clearing

The descent after a storm the previous night. Late fall in the Delta Range.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-10-12
Views: 883 | Votes: 27 | Comments: 8
Tim Cronin on the upper section

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Tim Cronin on the upper section

Tim nearing the crux rounded chimney of an unknown 5.6 at Angel Rocks.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-10-12
Views: 1368 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 2
Sumit Ridge Above the Clouds

Average Rating = 4.02/5 Sumit Ridge Above the Clouds

The Summit ridge stretching back behind my buddy, and dipping down into the clouds, past a solitary gendarme.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-03-05
Views: 1308 | Votes: 46 | Comments: 22
Summit Ridge from the Summit

Average Rating = 3.93/5 Summit Ridge from the Summit

This is the view of the south ridge from the true summit of Panorama Peak. Awsome Day with the cloud floor about 700 feet below us for 360 degrees as far as the eye can see, truly a once in a lifetime summit.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-02-28
Views: 1134 | Votes: 14 | Comments: 9
Winter Angel Rocks Climbing

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Winter Angel Rocks Climbing

This was from a mid February accent of the Valley Side Buttress of the Main Rock. Went around 5.4 with a few grabs on pins to get my vertically challenged body up some of the mantles.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-02-20
Views: 959 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Summer Scramble up Panoprama

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Summer Scramble up Panoprama

This is from a summer scramble up the North Ridge. Crazy 4th class on choss, was way fun. Taken w/ a Nikon N80, fujichrome velvia 100.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-02-08
Views: 650 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1
Route Photo

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Route Photo

The solid Line shows the route, and the dotted line shows my projected route to the summit, next time I go.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-02-03
Views: 947 | Comment: 1
Mid-height in the Panorama Snow Gully

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Mid-height in the Panorama Snow Gully

This is the midway point of the route that acceneds the south face. Snow conditions can vary from near bullet-proof windblow cement, to unconsolidated sugar in a matter of feet. Avalanche danger is not as Excessive as other snow routes, but is still a major concern.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-01-31
Views: 629 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Gully Upper Chute

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Gully Upper Chute

This is the upper portion of the south face gully, above this the route becomes substantially steeper. This is deffinately a stair-master snow route, yet has some pucker factor since the gully is very narrow in places and wickedly steep.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-01-27
Views: 590 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0