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North ArÍte

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The mega classic North ArÍte of the First Flatiron
Submitted by: edge on 2014-05-05
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Eldo

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January in Eldo.
Submitted by: edge on 2014-01-27
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High over Golden

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Jim fiddles in some small gear on a classic 5.8.
Submitted by: edge on 2014-01-21
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Nearing the chains of Three Quarter Ton

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Meaghan nearing the top of this awesome route; beautiful moves, sustained motion, and tons of fun.
Submitted by: edge on 2014-01-02
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Slicer

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Meaghan clears the crux overlap on the sharp crimps of Slicer.
Submitted by: edge on 2014-01-02
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Crynoid Corner

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Meaghan warms up on an easy classic.
Submitted by: edge on 2014-01-02
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View From the Top

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Looking down the bolted corner-crack of Crynoid Corner.
Submitted by: edge on 2014-01-02
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Surveying the Route

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Meaghan pauses to find the line of least resistance.
Submitted by: edge on 2014-01-02
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The Shadow Belay

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Self portrait by my belayer.
Submitted by: edge on 2014-01-02
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Ashtar Command Tower Summit

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Dan points out the finer aspects of Zion climbing from atop Ashtar Command Tower.
Submitted by: edge on 2013-07-01
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Joshua on Yukon Jon

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Joshua Corbett on the classically fun WI2, "Yukon Jon" at Pleasant Valley, Wolfeboro
Submitted by: edge on 2013-03-07 | Last Modified: 2013-05-03
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If You're Not Flying, You're Not Trying.

Average Rating = 4.71/5 If You're Not Flying, You're Not Trying.

Meaghan flies off the crux of White Rastafarian.
Submitted by: edge on 2013-02-05 | Last Modified: 2013-05-02
Views: 2775 | Votes: 14 | Comments: 4
Meaghan on Double Cross

Average Rating = 4.83/5 Meaghan on Double Cross

Meaghan Smith stemming on the sharp end of a J-Tree classic. She couldn't remember the name, though Caughtinside has answered that mystery.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-12-19 | Last Modified: 2013-05-02
Views: 4037 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 8
Beneath the Pinnacle

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Pointing out the line of Pinnacle Buttress to my nephew Sam prior to a run up the Huntington Ravine trail.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-12-17
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Earth and Sky

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Edge on the FA of "Earth and Sky" 5.9, Longstack Precipice.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-12-17
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It's A Good Day to Die

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Edge on the FA of "It's A Good Day to Die," Longstack Precipice.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-12-17
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The ArÍte

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Edge on the classic "The ArÍte" 5.9, Longstack Precipice.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-12-17
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New routing is dirty business.

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Back at the base after a top-down scrubbing of "Earth and Sky" at Longstack Precipice.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-12-17
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From The Vaults

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Edge on an ascent of Moby Grape, Cannon Cliff, NH circa 1984.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-10-26
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Night Climbing

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"Mitch Comstein, Ty Webb's college roommate was a night climber. ... He was night climbing, just climbing at night with the fifteen-year-old daughter of the Dean..." My apologies to Caddyshack.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-10-09
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35 Years Later

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35 years ago, while a senior in high school, I used to skip classes and climb on this then undeveloped cliff. We put up 8-10 all trad lines up some of the most obvious lines. Since then it sat untouched, largely because of questionable access, but in the last year the access issues were resolved and there has been a flurry of new routing activity. We have done a ton of discreet scrubbing, trimming, and trail work, and the cliff now boasts 45 climbs ranging from 5.5 - 5.11+ on amazingly featured granite. http://mountainproject.com/v/longstack-precipice-/107651935
Submitted by: edge on 2012-08-01 | Last Modified: 2013-05-07
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Hanta Yo

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Edge leads the opening slab on Hanta Yo.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-05-30
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Inukshuk

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Gearing up at the base of Hanta Yo.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-05-30
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Prepping for the FA of

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Prepping for the FA of "Way of the Peaceful Warrior"

Sometimes all it takes is some judicious scrubbing to open up a new line. Hidden beneath the Umbilicaria Mammulata (Rock Tripe Lichen) was an amazing series of holds and shallow cracks on a beautiful white face.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-05-29
Views: 879 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Peeking at Pike's Peak

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Self timer shot of Edge and his lovely wife Karol at the "Siamese Twins" formation, Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-02-27
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Edge and Scruggs

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Self portrait of me and a trusted guide during a snowshoe trek just outside of the Indian Peaks Wilderness.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-02-27
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In the Shadow of Pikes Peak

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Climbers work their way up the classic North Ridge route of Montezuma's Tower, under the watchful eye of Pike's Peak.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-02-27
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The North Ridge of Montezuma's Tower

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Multiple parties throw themselves at the classic 5.7 North Ridge of Montezuma's Tower, Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-02-27
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ABS 2012 Adult Nationals

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Multi-climber action on the portable Entreprise wall inside the Colorado Springs City Auditorium. Photo of the 2012 ABS Adult Nationals semi-final round with chalk in the air, the smell of sweat, the thrill of victory, and the agony of defeat...
Submitted by: edge on 2012-02-27
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Ah, Colorado!

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Edge finds a quiet ridge of rock to rejoice with his surroundings at Garden of the Gods.
Submitted by: edge on 2012-02-27
Views: 856 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1
Joshua leads

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Joshua leads "Hallie-Haley" on Lost Ledge

Josh leads this fun 5.7 bolted seam on the right side of Lost Ledge's main wall.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-10-12
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Autumn in New Hampshire

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Climbers on "Gawking at the Broad Squad,' a fun 5.5 on Lost Ledge off the Kancamaugus Highway.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-10-12
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Standing Below the Madison Boulder

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Joshua at the base of one of the largest glacial erratics in the world (according to the sign.) The Madison Boulder is located a short drive off Rte 113 in Madison, NH, about 5 minutes drive from Band M crag.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-09-20
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Approaching the Behemoth

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Joshua approaches one of the largest glacial erratics in the world (according to the sign.) The Madison Boulder is located a short drive off Rte 113 in Madison, NH.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-09-20
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Madison Boulder Beta

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The informational sign near the Madison Boulder, located a short drive off Rte 113 in Madison, NH.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-09-20
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Band M as seen from Rte 113 in Madison

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Band M is a good alternative to the busier cliffs of North Conway and the Kancamaugus Hwy. This shot was taken from a pull off near the gravel pits on Rte 113 in Madison.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-09-20
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Farley

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Meaghan works the horizontals during a mid-Summer's trip to Farley, Western Mass' premier crag.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-06-17
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Approaching Cathedral Peak

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Meg approaches Cathedral Peak, the place of her first trad lead ever. Full story at http://www.rockclimbing.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=75825&p=929428#929428
Submitted by: edge on 2010-03-30
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Future Shock

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Meg leads the delicate dike of Future Shock.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-03-30
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Blair Woods

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Part of the Blair Woods climbing experience.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-03-30
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Half Dome From Olmstead Point

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Half Dome as seen from Olmstead Point on the way to Tuolumne.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-03-30
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Load 'em Up!

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Helping load kayaks atop the Catalyst while anchored just outside Endicott Arm in Alaska's Inside Passage.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-03-30
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Stunt Men

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The stunt crew for the 1980 PBS movie "The King of America," produced by the Center For Television in the Humanities. Far left is yours truly, Loran Smith, back in the days when I could have used a sammich. Third from left is Bob Rotert, who put up many demanding routes in the Southeast and New England. Fourth from left is stunt coordinator Dave Kappas, and far left is another climber of note, Bill Feiges. I was paid $100 per day for my efforts, unlimited catered food on set, plus was allowed to stay overnights in the prop room of the local hotel with the bathtub overflowing with ice, beer, and you name it... Not a bad gig for a dirtbag climber in the '80s.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-03-08
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Loran and Jasper

Average Rating = 4.33/5 Loran and Jasper

Jasper and I take a breather while hiking Mt Major.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-03-08 | Last Modified: 2010-03-09
Views: 1719 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 2
Hey Baby, Like My Brown Van?

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Hey Baby, Like My Brown Van?

Imagine yourself in 1982, a land of hideous hair styles and even more bizarre fashion statements. Three young men, along way from home, pause to scan the horizon for alien spacecraft (hey, that movie was HUGE then!) and seek out a decent dinner of prairie dog fricassee. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to them, a pair of horizontally laid wires stretched overhead attempts to detect signs of brain function, unsuccessfully. Yes, they have just entered...The Twilight Zone. Who is that handsome guy on the left, anyway?
Submitted by: edge on 2010-03-08
Views: 1276 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
Repentance!

Average Rating = 4.67/5 Repentance!

Tom Sciolino on the first pitch of the New England classic "Repentance" circa 1980-81. Note the old school crampons, Whillan's harness, and Hummingbird hammer. My tools at the time were a Hummingbird hammer and Chouinard ice hammer, non-rigid crampons, and a tolerance for bloody knuckles. The crux of the route on this particular day can clearly be seen above, where 12 feet of thin ice leads to a 2 1/2 foot overhang created when an ice pillar sheared off. As I anchored both tools over this bulge, the 12 foot section of thin ice broke away all the way to bare rock. A fitting route to end a good season.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-01-14
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First Pitch of Repentance

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Tom Sciolino on the first pitch of the New England classic "Repentance" circa 1980-81. Note the old school crampons, Whillan's harness, and Hummingbird hammer.
Submitted by: edge on 2010-01-14
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Mount Fairweather from Glacier Bay

Average Rating = 4.17/5 Mount Fairweather from Glacier Bay

Stellar Sea Lions frolic in the icy waters of Glacier Bay while Mt Fairweather makes a rare appearance.
Submitted by: edge on 2009-12-16
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Mount Fairweather at Dusk

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Mount Fairweather as seen at dusk from our boat, the "Sea Wolf," on Glacier Bay, Alaska
Submitted by: edge on 2009-12-08
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Mt Fairweather from Glacier Bay

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Mt Fairweather photographed during a rare spell of, umm, err, fair weather. The mountain is often accessed from Lituya Bay, just west of Glacier Bay, Alaska where this picture was taken. The boat "Sea Wolf" was home for a 5 day tour of the Bay with 11 passengers and a crew of 5.
Submitted by: edge on 2009-12-08
Views: 1824 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
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