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This is Not Simon

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Climbing "Hang on Simon"...but this is not Simon climbing. This limestone gets polished easily though hey?
Submitted by: floater on 2006-05-05
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Unknown boulders with a soft landing of sand beneath

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Unknown boulders with a soft landing of sand beneath

Here's two guys I don't know bouldering at the caves at Long Beach in Dunedin, New Zealand. The cave here is amazing with grippy unforgiving basalt and a nice padding of sand to land on.
Submitted by: floater on 2006-03-21
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Raf at the North Caves boudlering!  Can you beleive it!

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Raf at the North Caves boudlering! Can you beleive it!

Here's a couple of boulderers at the North Caves. This place is so well setup it crazy to think that it's natural. The guy in the green shirt is on the V4 traverse. Raphaelle is ona V1 that ends a little more to the left of where she is.
Submitted by: floater on 2006-03-21 | Last Modified: 2008-07-06
Views: 1157 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 2
Pulling Clear of Donalds Bill

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'Shane just clears this very short move and mantle over Donald's Bill to finish things off
Submitted by: floater on 2006-03-20
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Shane trying a little high ball

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Shane trying a little high ball

Another boulder with spectacular holes at Elephant rocks
Submitted by: floater on 2006-03-20
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My old Pink Rope finally living the retired life

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Here's a snap of a rope door mat that I made out of the first climbing rope that I owned. It's fabulous.... and all those years it spent straightened out and hiding away in the dark to avoid breakdown.... now it's curled up taking a good nap and enjoying lot's of beautiful sunshine.
Submitted by: floater on 2005-10-23
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Yellow Shoes, Orange Pants, and A Red Wall

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Ernesto has fall colors on even though it's a balmy 35 degree Celcius day as he goes as second on Security. Busy spot with climbing courses often offered in this part of the Escarpment as evidenced by the people on the left.
Submitted by: floater on 2005-10-22
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New Profile Picture of Shane on Belay at the Shrine

Average Rating = 2.33/5 New Profile Picture of Shane on Belay at the Shrine

Here's me (floater) on May 29th at the Shrine - On-belay! Little bit bugsy but not too bad. Feeling good after my first outdoor lead and my second which Enrnesto is climbing during this picture.
Submitted by: floater on 2005-08-25
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Rapahaelle nears the top of THE GOOD BOOK. Lie Back and Enjoy!

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Rapahaelle nears the top of THE GOOD BOOK. Lie Back and Enjoy!

Camping trip to Lac du Poisson Blanc.... what more could you ask for... free camping.... free climbing.... beautiful weather and warm water. We used one of the canoes at the bottom for a boat belay a little later. Great times. Well.... big wall for a top rope. We were at the end.
Submitted by: floater on 2005-08-24
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Raf climbs Neruda - Security right next door

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Here Raf finishes up on Neruda (5.6) (TR or trad) with Security (5.10+) right next door (2 Bolts) and Al on the Run 5.11 (4Bolts) next to that. All in all... a fun wall.
Submitted by: floater on 2005-07-16
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A view of Leaken wall taken early in the morning

Average Rating = 3.00/5 A view of Leaken wall taken early in the morning

Giome tries his luck on poutine.. the far right crack on this slab of rock directly next to our campsite (just barely off the picture on the left) on Lac du Poisson Blanc.
Submitted by: floater on 2005-07-07
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Raf on the wall with lots of lichen

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Raf on the wall with lots of lichen

This is a shot of Raphaelle, belayed by Krystal on the Leaken Wall. After she came down she decided to call it poutine. A couple of mroe difficult slab routes to the left that we never got a chance to try.
Submitted by: floater on 2005-07-07
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Shane's First Lead Outside

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Here's a snap of Shane Greene's first outside lead on "Alibaba." There is another 5.7 directly next to this climb called "Fern Crack" immediately to the right. (The obvious large crack with ferns growing out of it). Ernesto Schwartz gives a solid belay "I hope!" Ha ha ahaha.
Submitted by: floater on 2005-06-01
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Morning in the Andes

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Morning in the Andes

This is at the highest point in our trek (~5000 m) with Salkantay behind us and looking down at the horsemen's trail and the actual horsemen (the little dot's below)
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-25
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Morning After

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It's hard to say whther the day before this or the day that is starting in this picture is my favourite day of the trek. They were both fantastic days. Anyway, here is our camp at 4500 m. Lovely spot. Too bad there wasen't a little less snow. I could of tried to break out the shoes for a bit of bouldering.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-25
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Magneot's Face - Shane going up a nun's habit

Average Rating = 1.00/5 Magneot's Face - Shane going up a nun's habit

Here's a composite shot of floater going up A nun's habit and making a grab for Magneto's nose for a bit of hang time.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-08
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Grab the Nose

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Here's Floater at Magneto's Face grabbing the nose. you can work your way over and around the nose and back down the other side. The wall is on an overhang back about 25 - 30 degrees which makes it substantially harder to stay on the wall.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-08
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Up the scrape at Age 6

Average Rating = 1.50/5 Up the scrape at Age 6

This is a picture of me at age 6 and my Uncle Doc on the way up the scrape to the top of Gros Morne. If you look at the other picture of the whole mountain you will see the scrape that we are on directly in the middle. The cliffs on the other side of the mountain are much steeper.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-05 | Last Modified: 2006-11-17
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On the East side

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Here's a snap of the approach and some of the cliff on the East Side of the old man. That is, if you look at the other picture of this face focus on the far left of the picture. There is a ridge there. This is the other side of that ridge. This picture was posted just to show that the approach to the base of the face will be steep and rocky.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-05 | Last Modified: 2006-11-17
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Gros Morne and the Scrape

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Gros Morne and the Scrape

Here's a wider shot of the mountain showing the scrape you go up to get to the top of the mountain.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-05
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Shane Greene with Salkantay in the background

Average Rating = 2.33/5 Shane Greene with Salkantay in the background

Our first real day of hiking out in the Andes. Behind me is Salkantay (6271 m). What a fantastic trip. We hiked towards the mountian and then to the right... up and over a beautiful 5000 m pass.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-03
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Another Annual Christmas Hike

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Another Annual Christmas Hike

Here's an early morning shot of my buddy Richard's tent in the foreground during a christmas hike to the Blow Me Down Mountains. This is near the end of December. Had it pretty warm later because Richard was walking around with no shirt on. Picture was taken by his buddy Shaun.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-10-02
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Steady Brook Falls

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Summer time climbing this face would have to be done during low water levels... Otherwise the spray from the falls is just too intense. Plus there might not be any exposed face because it's all covered in water in spring. Also good potential for ice climbing on the sides in the winter.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-09-24
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Ten Mile Lake Cliffs

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Some cliffs on Ten Mile Lake near Gros Morne. Those are full grown trees on the scree slope to the left = this cliff is high and unclimbed.
Submitted by: floater on 2004-09-22
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Beneath the Arches

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Try your luck on these overhangs. There's no protection so don't forget you're CRASH PAD..... those rocks are nice and smooth but are not comfortable to land on. The open sea is to the left of this picture so keep towards the right and watch the tide unless you want to get wet. Also watch for loose rock!
Submitted by: floater on 2004-09-20
Views: 944 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
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