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Nice lighting at New Jack City

Average Rating = 1.50/5 Nice lighting at New Jack City

Hillary captures nice lighting at New Jack City.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2004-10-24
Views: 3574 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 3
Hellraiser (12c) above the second clip

Average Rating = 2.09/5 Hellraiser (12c) above the second clip

Moving above the second clip of Hellraiser at Williamson (SoCal). Photo by Climbsomething.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2004-07-25
Views: 2680 | Votes: 12 | Comment: 1
Jay on Enemy Wind

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Jay on Enemy Wind

Jay on Enemy Wind (5.11c) at that most maligned of sport crags: Jacks Canyon. Photo by climbsomething.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2004-06-22
Views: 3312 | Votes: 20 | Comments: 10
Visually Inspecting Your Rope's Core

Average Rating = 1.67/5 Visually Inspecting Your Rope's Core

Always carefully inspect your rope before each use. A thorough inspection includes a visual check of the rope's core using inspection ports in the sheath provided for this purpose.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2004-01-07
Views: 4089 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 7
Maynard G. Krebs

Average Rating = 2.71/5 Maynard G. Krebs

Having latched the 2nd dyno on Maynard G. Krebs (5.12a/b), the next task is to get in balance to make the 4th clip. Photo by Hillary Davis.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2003-12-09
Views: 1277 | Votes: 9 | Comment: 1
Stayin' Relaxed on Hellraiser

Average Rating = 2.36/5 Stayin' Relaxed on Hellraiser

Me clipping the 3rd bolt on Hellraiser (5.12c) at Williamson Rock in SoCal. Photo by Andy Gale.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2003-07-16
Views: 1782 | Votes: 16 | Comments: 2
Clipping from the Undercling

Average Rating = 3.10/5 Clipping from the Undercling

Jt512 clipping from the undercling "rest" on Hellraiser (5.12c) at Williamson Rock in SoCal. Photo by Andy Gale.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2003-05-26
Views: 1804 | Votes: 22 | Comments: 6
Jay's wingspan

Average Rating = 3.20/5 Jay's wingspan

Jay stretches his arms to their limit on one of the big moves on Maynard G. Krebs, 5.12a/b. Photo and commentary by Hillary Davis.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2003-05-16
Views: 1568 | Votes: 22 | Comments: 5
Climbsomething Belaying JT512 on Range of Motion

Average Rating = 2.22/5 Climbsomething Belaying JT512 on Range of Motion

Range of Motion (5.10d) is the furthest left route at the Gallery. Don't overlook it just because it is a ways away from the rest of routes. It has a tricky start and is definitely worthwhile.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2003-05-13
Views: 1311 | Votes: 10 | Comments: 3
Jay (jt512) Sport Climbing at the Gallery

Average Rating = 3.06/5 Jay (jt512) Sport Climbing at the Gallery

Sport climbing at the Gallery. Just one of the many fine sport routes on the beautiful desert sandstone of Red Rocks. Photo by Sean Novak.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2003-05-01
Views: 1444 | Votes: 19 | Comments: 5
jt512 on No Calculators Allowed

Average Rating = 2.86/5 jt512 on No Calculators Allowed

jt512 on the historic FFOLA (First Free One-Legged Ascent) of No Calculators Allowed (5.10a) at Joshua Tree National Park
Submitted by: jt512 on 2002-01-31
Views: 1523 | Votes: 19 | Comments: 9
Jay (jt512) leading Touch & Go (5.9 J Tree)

Average Rating = 3.42/5 Jay (jt512) leading Touch & Go (5.9 J Tree)

Jay (jt512) leading Touch & Go (5.9) at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo by Spike.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2002-01-09
Views: 1288 | Votes: 27 | Comment: 1
Just Another Day at the Office

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Just Another Day at the Office

Unidentified climber rap bolting a crack. Photo by Spike.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2006-07-25
Views: 4707 | Votes: 31 | Comments: 57
Redpointing Lethal Weapon

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Redpointing Lethal Weapon

This is the best route I've climbed at New Jack.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2007-01-09
Views: 6539 | Votes: 15 | Comments: 5
At the campsite after a hard day at the Bear Crag

Average Rating = 1.92/5 At the campsite after a hard day at the Bear Crag

The Art, the Mangler, and the JT512, discuss world issues after a hard day on the steeps at the Bear Crag in the Eastern Sierras.
Submitted by: jt512 on 2007-10-21
Views: 3720 | Votes: 13 | Comments: 5