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Orange Tower

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Orange Tower

The south face of the Orange Tower..
Submitted by: goodman on 2008-07-09
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South Face

Average Rating = 0.00/5 South Face

The south face of Mt Goya 5230m - showing the exact line of PKD IV 5.9.
Submitted by: goodman on 2008-07-09
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Forest Fire Haze

Average Rating = 3.92/5 Forest Fire Haze

The haze in Blodgett, created from a rather large forest fire in the summer of 06.
Submitted by: goodman on 2007-06-15
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Still Life

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Still Life

Stephen Meinhold on the final moves of Still Life.
Submitted by: goodman on 2007-05-27
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JC after a day of climbin

Average Rating = 0.00/5 JC after a day of climbin

JC holding the cord that had been fixed for months will work in a new route in Arch Canyon.
Submitted by: goodman on 2007-05-03
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Sharratt sending Ishmael

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Sharratt sending Ishmael

Dave Sharratt making the 2nd ascent of Ishmael 5.13 r/x.
Submitted by: goodman on 2006-12-11 | Last Modified: 2008-02-11
Views: 2176 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 4
Jessa Goebel lovin the veiw.

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Jessa Goebel lovin the veiw.

The Broach - possibly Ship's steepest 5.11, sees very few female ascents.
Submitted by: goodman on 2006-10-22
Views: 3009 | Comments: 3
Jessa Goebel not wasting.

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Jessa Goebel not wasting.

Jessa made an impresive, 3rd go, ascent of this classicly spooky LG pitch.
Submitted by: goodman on 2006-10-22
Views: 1711 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1
Leave it to Jesus, Jessa Goebel pluggin' away.

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Leave it to Jesus, Jessa Goebel pluggin' away.

Rumor has it - This route changed a member of the FA party from vein thumping drug user into a bible thumping born again - I know that for some it brings about the need to change you under garment!
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-12-09
Views: 1127 | Comments: 5
 Bipeng Valley, China.

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Bipeng Valley, China.

Chris Chitty, Ari Menitove and our Tibetan friend exploring the vast climbing opportunities in Bipeng Valley. Jian Jun is the peak in the upper left part of the photo.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-11-15
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Jiang Jun Feng, Bipeng Valley, China.

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Jiang Jun Feng, Bipeng Valley, China.

Jiang Jun Feng, rising to a height of 5202, is the mountain on the right side of the picture. The SW Butt. follows the ridge on the right portion of the peak.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-11-15
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Bipeng Valley, China.

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Bipeng Valley, China.

The Camp David flag on the approach to Jiang Jun Feng.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-11-15
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Kate Reece sending The Orb.

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Kate Reece sending The Orb.

Kate sent The Orb after something like 4 back-to-back days of effort. I must say The Orb is a mega-classic!
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-03-03
Views: 988 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 3
A Love free soloing Harpoon.

Average Rating = 3.60/5 A Love free soloing Harpoon.

Harpoon is the splitter at Ship Rock. Most folks probably tr or lead this route.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-03-03
Views: 1062 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 7
Michelle making the move on King of Kings.

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Michelle making the move on King of Kings.

After a few tries Meesh made it happen. King of Kings is a great mixed route that offers steep, well protected climbing. Hawksbill, North Carolina.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-03-01
Views: 1157 | Votes: 24 | Comments: 8
Meesh sending King of Kings.

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Meesh sending King of Kings.

Lower Hawksbill has got to be one of my favorite places to climb in NC! King of Kings is a fun, steep mixed route that gets lots of traffic for the area.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-02-18
Views: 809 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Paul going for it.

Average Rating = 3.20/5 Paul going for it.

Suspicius Minds is rather tall! Long moves off small holds distinguish the start of this climb, while the upper section presents a thrilling ride.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-02-17
Views: 965 | Votes: 5 | Comment: 1
The Meadow Boulder.

Average Rating = 0.00/5 The Meadow Boulder.

The Meadow Boulder has a plethora of classic problems. With hard slabs, 45-degree crimps, and even a roof crack: no one should mind the 45-minute approach. Not to mention the spectacular alpine setting below Greyrock in the Poudre Canyon, CO.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-01-14
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Cam Cross climbing on Divergence.

Average Rating = 3.75/5 Cam Cross climbing on Divergence.

Divergence is located in the talus area of the 420 boulders, Poudre Canyon, CO.
Submitted by: goodman on 2005-01-14
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Pat Goodman free solo on the standard route IV 5.9.

Average Rating = 3.75/5 Pat Goodman free solo on the standard route IV 5.9.

Ship Rock – considered by most to be off-limits due to Navajo beliefs, is most certainly the most impressive rock formation in the four corners region! The Navajo believe Ship Rock to be the ancient remains of the creature – a large bird – that brought them to their homeland. A sacred site for the Navajo indeed! To climbers it represents a great climbing challenge, also the site of the first expansion bolt used to help facilitate an ascent on a major rock climb in the US. Through many trails and tribulations, not to mention the fact I was born and raised in Farmington, I have secured a rite of passage for worship and soul search on the formation. I have climbed to the summit many times and over the years continually read accounts recorded in the summit register of happy “poachers” climbing this sacred rock for the hell of it – bad idea! If you wish to travel in the Navajo Lands and climb, please take the time to learn the history, the culture, and the respect of the Navajo.
Submitted by: goodman on 2004-11-18
Views: 1616 | Votes: 4 | Comment: 1
Michelle Smith out for a stroll on Beasley's Face - V.5

Average Rating = 3.40/5 Michelle Smith out for a stroll on Beasley's Face - V.5

Can you say uber-classic! Definetley one of the best boulder probs in NC.
Submitted by: goodman on 2004-11-18
Views: 1284 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Michelle Smith climbing through the mist at Hawksbill in North Carolina.

Average Rating = 3.92/5 Michelle Smith climbing through the mist at Hawksbill in North Carolina.

Hawksbill, located in NC's Linville Gorge is home to some of the best trad/sport climbs the state has to offer!
Submitted by: goodman on 2004-11-12
Views: 1766 | Votes: 49 | Comments: 20
Michelle Smith climbing the Gumfighter 5.11d, Ship Rock, NC

Average Rating = 3.75/5 Michelle Smith climbing the Gumfighter 5.11d, Ship Rock, NC

The Gumfighter is a super high quality route with easy, fairly well protected climbing up to a few hard moves on a slab. Soloed barefoot long ago by the Southern legend - Doug Reed.
Submitted by: goodman on 2004-11-12
Views: 2129 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 6
SW face of the Vampire Sipre.

Average Rating = 4.04/5 SW face of the Vampire Sipre.

One of the coolest spires on earth! The best granite in the Vamps, super clean, super splitter.
Submitted by: goodman on 2004-06-01
Views: 1997 | Votes: 25 | Comments: 10
Pat Goodman on the 7th pitch of YEM, wide, flairing and mean!

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Pat Goodman on the 7th pitch of YEM, wide, flairing and mean!

Can You say splitter? Why every thing in life be as simple as rock climbing? Hank Jones photo.
Submitted by: goodman on 2004-06-01
Views: 1650 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Michelle Smith sending Bertha.

Average Rating = 3.25/5 Michelle Smith sending Bertha.

The rock at Lost Cove is some of the best in the SE and with problems like Bertha, Lost Cove should be on everyones tick list!
Submitted by: goodman on 2004-02-17
Views: 821 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Vampire Spire SE face.

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Vampire Spire SE face.

light blue - Unfinished aid rt, 400 ft A.3, started by Pat Goodman and Hank Jones, Aug 2002. pink - The Undead 5.10 C.2; Pike Howard and Jack Childress, July 1999. blue - Sanguin Solution 5.11+ A.2+; Pat Goodman, Nan Darkis, Brad Jackson, Aug 1999. black - The Infusion 5.11 A.2+; Jeff Holllenbaugh, Mike Benge, Gregg Epperson, July 1994. yellow - Lair of the White Worm 5.11 A.2+; Brad Jackson, Pat Goodman, Nan Darkis, Aug 1999.
Submitted by: goodman on 2004-02-06
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Hank Jones seconding the crux pitch (5.12) on Y.E.M.

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Hank Jones seconding the crux pitch (5.12) on Y.E.M.

14 pitches long, "You Enjoy Myself" is the first all free route in the Vampire Spires. Established in Aug 2003 by Pat Goodman and Hank Jones. Located on the s. face of the Fortress, it follows some of the best corner and crack systems in the NWT's, a super classic!
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-09-15
Views: 2662 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 7
The beautifl north country from the summit of the Fortress, Vampire Spires,

Average Rating = 3.71/5 The beautifl north country from the summit of the Fortress, Vampire Spires,

P Goodman on the summit after the first free ascent of the 1'500' Fortress. The Fortress is the tallest spire in the Vampire Spires.
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-09-15
Views: 1626 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 5
Gate Keeper to the Becky Rt.

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Gate Keeper to the Becky Rt.

Plan on climbing around the mtn goats when you visit the Pass. The goat pictured here was blocking the start to the Becky Rt. Maybe she was lookin for a partner?
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-03-25
Views: 517 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Cathedral Spires at sunset.

Average Rating = 3.94/5 Cathedral Spires at sunset.

Sedona offers some of the finest tower baggin in the US. photo by P. Goodman
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-03-25
Views: 385 | Votes: 17 | Comments: 2
Lotus Flower Tower and Parot Beak Peak

Average Rating = 3.71/5 Lotus Flower Tower and Parot Beak Peak

Two of Canada's proudest features. A rare moment in our trip where the clouds would break long enough for a photo.P. Goodman photo
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-03-25
Views: 1778 | Votes: 14 | Comments: 2
Lair of the White Worm, P.Goodman on the first pitch.

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Lair of the White Worm, P.Goodman on the first pitch.

Lair of the White Worm was fisrt climbed by Pat Goodman, Brad Jackson and Nan Darkis, aug. 1999, the second ascent of the spire. L.W.W. all but the first pitch, follows a continuous crack system for nearly 900' up the east face of the Vampire Spire.
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-03-17
Views: 905 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 0
Ship Rock at sunset. Photo P. Goodman photography

Average Rating = 2.86/5 Ship Rock at sunset. Photo P. Goodman photography

Awesome landscape, even better climbing, that is if you can get permision as, many people have in recent years. Located in the Northrn corner of New Mexico, Shiprock rises nearly 1700' off the valley floor. Tse be tie or Rock With Wings, legend has it, this mighty bird brought the Navajo to saftey in the four corners, then turned to stone.
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-03-17
Views: 1301 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 2
Bennett Scott on the first ascent of Crazy Cody

Average Rating = 2.33/5 Bennett Scott on the first ascent of Crazy Cody

Crazy Cody has it all, Bad crimps, pinches, hard top out.Awesome arete behind and west of Tilt in cave. Classic!Photo by P. goodman
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-03-17
Views: 873 | Votes: 7 | Comment: 1
Bennett Scott sending Dynesto. P. Goodman photo

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Bennett Scott sending Dynesto. P. Goodman photo

A Bennett Scott classic. Dynesto is located on the first boulder you come across in the Bog area. Grab large jug, dyno to lip. Also a great sit start problem right of Dynesto. P. Goodman photo.
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-03-16
Views: 734 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
 Super Fly

Average Rating = 5.00/5 Super Fly

P. Goodman on Super Fly shortly before the key ending jug broke, leaving a nasty little crimp. Photo by Dan Bailey. Super Fly is found on the large (Druken Master/Ode Boulder) boulder right of the Clutch boulder. Steep crimps to a lunge out right on left side of 45 degree wall. Sit start on small crimps, move up left, then throw huge out right to the lip. Finish on Druken Master. Note: finishing jug broke shortly after T Caldwell sent the FA. Repeats????
Submitted by: goodman on 2003-03-16
Views: 954 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1