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Grace stares down the bum... boy.

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Grace stares down the bum... boy.

Grace squeezes hard, staring down the final sloper "jug" on Bum Boy - V4 - at Horse Pens 40.
Submitted by: jaybee on 2006-02-04
Views: 828 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1
Jersey Mike on Rock Lobster - HP40

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Jersey Mike on Rock Lobster - HP40

Jersey Mike cranks out Rock Lobster at Horse Pens 40 on a beautiful January day.
Submitted by: jaybee on 2006-02-04
Views: 1213 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Horsepower

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Horsepower

Unknown climber slaps his way up Horsepower at Horse Pens 40.
Submitted by: jaybee on 2006-01-23
Views: 962 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 4
The crux clip on Kentucky Pinstripe (5.10a)

Average Rating = 3.44/5 The crux clip on Kentucky Pinstripe (5.10a)

Adam Moneypenny hugs the arete as he goes for the crux clip on Kentucky Pinstripe (5.10a) in the Red River Gorge. This climb has a low balance crux followed by some great edging and a spectacular view from the anchors! [Olympus Digital]
Submitted by: jaybee on 2003-02-20
Views: 973 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 5
Sunrise Photography in Joshua Tree

Average Rating = 3.57/5 Sunrise Photography in Joshua Tree

Got up early one morning to take pictures of the sunrise over Joshua Tree. We were camped at Jumbo Rocks and my friend Adam Moneypenny snapped this picture of me snapping pictures of the amazing color show over the desert. rrradam tells me the sunsets are better. That's tough to believe!
Submitted by: jaybee on 2003-02-16
Views: 925 | Votes: 7 | Comment: 1
The Bop-It King

Average Rating = 1.67/5 The Bop-It King

rrradam demonstrates his charm and his bop-it-extreme skills during the first ever RC.com get together in Joshua Tree
Submitted by: jaybee on 2003-02-16
Views: 736 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 2
Storm Leaving Warbonnet Peak in the Winds

Average Rating = 3.12/5 Storm Leaving Warbonnet Peak in the Winds

After a storm, the mountains are at their most beautiful. Here, a late afternoon storm moves away from the Cirque of Towers and sun strikes Warbonnet Peak.
Submitted by: jaybee on 2003-02-11
Views: 718 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 4
Joshua Tree in magic light

Average Rating = 4.21/5 Joshua Tree in magic light

I took this picture during the first ever RC.com get together while everyone else was hiking out to do Gunsmoke, I got sidetracked by the amazing light settling on the rocks and Joshua trees.
Submitted by: jaybee on 2003-02-11
Views: 1024 | Votes: 28 | Comments: 13
Sinking the jams on Roadside Attraction (5.7)

Average Rating = 3.96/5 Sinking the jams on Roadside Attraction (5.7)

Michael Tryon sinks a fist jam on the first section of Roadside Attraction (5.7) in the Red River Gorge. Most climbers walk right past this to go climb the 5.10 and up clip-ups, missing one of the best moderate climbs anywhere! Shot with a Cannon EOS on Fuji Provia 100f
Submitted by: jaybee on 2003-02-07
Views: 1626 | Votes: 25 | Comments: 13
Jaybee routefinding on Foxfire

Average Rating = 3.82/5 Jaybee routefinding on Foxfire

I am getting ready for the mental crux, an unprotected 5.2 crawl on a sloping ledge. One of, if not the best multi-pitch moderate in the Red River Gorge. Photo by Michael Tryon with Fuji Provia 100f
Submitted by: jaybee on 2003-02-07
Views: 1808 | Votes: 11 | Comments: 4
Approach to Pingora - Oh my aching back!

Average Rating = 3.89/5 Approach to Pingora - Oh my aching back!

Took a trip to climb in the cirque in August of 2001. I carried in nearly 80 pounds of stuff for 7 days in. I've since converted to ultralight backpacking btw. Luckily as the saying goes, alpine climbers have short memories, and I'd gladly hike the 11 mile approach again to climb more routes there. Pingora was all we did, but it well worth it!
Submitted by: jaybee on 2002-10-22
Views: 821 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 4
Practicing on the Stone Mt. Simulator

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Practicing on the Stone Mt. Simulator

An unknown climber looking around for holds that aren't there on the Stone Mt. Simulator, a 25' slab boulder problem below the face of Stone Mountain. There is some good bouldering down at the base if you aren't into run-out friction climbing... or even if you are! I have no idea what this "problem" is rated, as it's all about your feet and not letting your head get to you. It took me 4 tries to commit to going for the top! - Took this picture with an Olympus Digital Camera
Submitted by: jaybee on 2002-10-21
Views: 925 | Votes: 11 | Comments: 5
Steven Spurlock on

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Steven Spurlock on "The Chocolate Waterfall" (5.10a)

I took this photo with my digi-cam of my friend Steven using his head for friction while he gets set to crank/mantle. This was my first bolted FA and I am quite proud of it. It follows a dark brown waterstreak for 60 feet to the top of the wall. It is at the In-Between crag, where the Red is starting to show that it's not just about steep pocketed sport routes.
Submitted by: jaybee on 2002-10-21
Views: 863 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Dyno Comp @ Rocktoberfest 2002

Average Rating = 2.86/5 Dyno Comp @ Rocktoberfest 2002

Rocktoberfest is an annual fundraising and awareness event for the Red River Gorge Climbers' Coalition. This year we hosted the Access Funds fall board meeting, many clinics, debuted a new video, held a wacky gear auction, and held this dyno comp! It was a great time at the Red!
Submitted by: jaybee on 2002-10-21
Views: 717 | Votes: 7 | Comment: 1