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Shot from the end of the trail

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Our group of three standing at trail's end at about 6:30am. It took us 10hrs to do the route and nearly three to walk off in crap jungle.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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That is some exposure!

Average Rating = 2.80/5 That is some exposure!

Sitting comfy at the 5th pitch belay. That is 4th class terrain with some bolts on the traverse. The route heads straight up from there. Two pitches later you are next to the falls. It is crazy to watch the shadow of the falls on the face below!
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Hanging out with the spray

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Hanging out with the spray

Candace and Andy hanging out at the ledge that will make you sick. This is the rooster tail spray you can see from miles down the valley.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Tak Falls at 6am

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This is what you see when the sun comes up from the parking lot. It is a 10 minute walk to the falls then about 1/2hr up a scree slope.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Rubbly first pitch but gets better

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Greg heading up the first pitch(5.5). Gets better near the end. The second 5.4 pitch is nice and steep on jugs but is only 15m.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Come on up Candace

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Candace appearing to run up the first pitch. She had never climbed really before and did very well on the route's 450m.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Which way is the way?

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Looking for the best way up crap 4th class ledges on zero gear and poor anchors. The rest of the route has bolted anchors.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Recoiling the ropes yet again

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I'm about to recoil the ropes at pitch six, I think?!
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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The old bum bum shot

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What some may say is the crux pitch as you leave the belay with the rooster tail of the falls in full view. The winds changed at one point and my belayers got sprayed huge.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Candace looking up the crux pitch

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Candace looking up the crux pitch

Candace sizing up what she is about to overcome with the spray behind.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Near the top of the falls

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Andy, originally from the barrios of Manchester England, sits happy with the top of the falls behind.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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About as close as you wanna get

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Andy G. from Manchester who got the view he was excited about.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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The valley backdrop is beautiful

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Candace looking super relaxed 1/2 way up the wall with the valley dropping behind.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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What a cute pair

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Andy and myself poser it up with the falls behind, well knowing in the egg cooking heat that the route is in the bag.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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Candace coming up to the cave belay

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Candace coming up to the cave belay

Candace finishing the last few feet of totally runout 5.5 climbing with the falls crashing behind. We did the route with walkie-talkies which made it so much more relaxing to communicate.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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The cave passage of Tak

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I'm about to head into the 100m long, flat cave passage that pops out at where the falls spill over the edge. We topped out on a 30m 5.6 pitch after the cave, a place you don't want to fall on. The cave is a good laugh and the rumble inside of the falls is weird.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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A rest after a 3 hr. bushwack

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Our group rests after nearly three horrible hours of bushwacking back down to the river valley. This was taken at 8pm and the camera died after this shot, then out came a gorgeous rainbow. Next time!
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-07-29
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like climbing up a whale

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nice finger crack warm-up on the left end of the whale like slab up in the Carnavores. if you skid off you'll get a cactus up the you-know-what.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-03-25
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this is a pretty pebble

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on some boulder on the edge of the campground. my son was kicking in the dry leaves and watching deer scamper about, this place is so neat.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-03-25
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walk the windy plank

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A jetty of land leading to a picnic area. There are some interesting unclimbed problems out here. The overhung face above the picinic table looks wild.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-03-25
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Is this really Oklahoma?

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Easy face climb with many harder options. Fooled around on many problems on this island jetty. The rest of the park looks interesting to explore. There are many groupings of boulders all around the town of Snyder but likley on private land.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-03-25
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The Retro photo -op

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A nice, hard fist crack on a boulder along Sibbald Corners, only 2 minutes from the car uphill. All the gear is very old and should be locked away forever.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-02-24
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The Retro photo -op

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A nice, hard fist crack on a boulder along Sibbald Corners, only 2 minutes from the car uphill. All the gear is very old and should be locked away forever. A 28 page PDF topo of the obscure can be had at: http://www.tabvar.org/mainpage.htm
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-02-24
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Setting up for the dyno

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Williams Coulee Boulder seconds from the road. This is a dyno problem from a huge jug. Can traverse in from the right or try the far left prow. Bring a pad, there is dead animal bones everywhere. The cliffs above are private property. 28 page PDF topo of the obscure had at: http://www.tabvar.org/mainpage.htm
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-02-24
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fun traverse criss-crossing picks

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named Cousin Ironman(I loved the Buttermilks). Little more than 5 minutes hike up the iced up Grizzly Creek from Hwy#40 get to a ice spill. Directly across is a fun, tricky traverse on bomber rock that accepts pick placements too well.
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2006-02-24
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