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Pushin thru

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Clipped the first bolt and chalkin up for the rest of the pitch.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-09-22
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1st pitch

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This is Max on the first pitch. Picture taken from Southwest Face direct courtesy of Phillip Dobson. Thanks Phil.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-09-22
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Off Route?

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This is the 5th pitch where the rock starts to degrade. Great sustained face climbing by Stuart.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-09-22
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Summit

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This is the slightly sketchy unprotected summit ridge. We made it to the top right as the sun went down.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-09-20
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Sillouette on the Summit

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This is a cool picture I took of my sillouette on the summit right before dark.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-09-16
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Mid route belay

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This is during the 4th pitch where the route descriptions become questionable. So I decided to place the belay soon in order to find a nice ledge.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-09-14
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Stuart cruisin up the second pitch to Balcony Ledge.

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Stuart cruisin up the second pitch to Balcony Ledge.

This is after a smeary bulge on the face leading through to this perfect hand crack.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-09-10
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Rockin up Pocket Hunter

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Here I am working my way up through double finger pockets on this classic 10.b with Stuart looking like he isn't belaying me.......I'm sure he is.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-08-16
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SUMMIT!

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Highest point in Montana, Granite Peak at 12799ft.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-08-16
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Stuart rappelling off.

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We shortened up the entire downclimb by rappelling it.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-08-16
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Back at camp

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After the exausting climb out of the saddle between Tempest and Granite.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-08-16
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The Approach

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This is the long sloshy/rocky approach across Froze-to-Death plateau to the basecamp for Granite Peak.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-08-05
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Prayer Flags

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These are some prayer flags on a vertical piece of rock overlooked by Granite Peak.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-08-05
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First Technical Pitch

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This climb turned out to be a scramble, but we roped up because we brought the gear and it was pretty exposed.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-08-05
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The Wedge engulfed in fog.

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This was the view of the Wedge for the first two days out of school. Magnificent, but unable to be climbed.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-06-17
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Attempt on Southwest Face

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A bit windy but still joyfully attempting the route. Sketchy bolts and runout forced us off the wall on the third pitch.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-06-17
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Southeast Chimney!

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Second attempt at the Wedge. Nicer day with a wonderful belay stance after large roof.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-06-17
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The Seam

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Scrambling sketchily to the top of this rock, Max leaning over the top of this monstrous crack.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-05-27
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First Send and abandonment of the route traversing the rock.

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We attempted this problem going diagonally to the right. Abandoning this we experimented with heel hooks over the top.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-04-24
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Gregory's First Trad!

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This is on a little 5.7 crack nice for placing a little bit of beginner pro.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-03-06
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Stuart preparing for a cold rappel

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This was the beginning of a sunny day in the end of January. Stuart is getting ready for a chilly rappel.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-02-24
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Sunrise sillouette

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Stuart woke me up early after a restless night on a ledge to get this beautiful sillouette.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-02-24
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Toppin Out

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Chris Toppin out on a short 5.8 in January at the mounds. Photographed by Stuart.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2006-02-23
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First trad with 10 nuts

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This was my first trad with my limited rack of 4-13 nuts. Here I made a couple of anchors so Stuart could take some pics.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2005-11-04
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Leading Lines

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Sketchy picture taken while belaying. We had been climbing in the shadows all morning, when the sun bathed the rock, thus the name: Sunshine.
Submitted by: outdoorsman123 on 2005-11-04
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