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Clipping the First on Burley But Sensitive

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Clipping the First on Burley But Sensitive

The route has a great little pillar next to it that makes a great place to take pictures. The routes got a tricky cross through at the crux; thats what got me on the onsight.
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2006-03-05
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Pushing it on Orgasm Direct

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Pushing it on Orgasm Direct

thin, balancy route that is nearly impossible during the summer's heat and humidity. really fun route. picture is of me and was taken by dancingmadlybackwards of me at the lake in Spring 2005
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2005-12-09
Views: 1030 | Comments: 2
Confused at the Crag

Average Rating = 3.29/5 Confused at the Crag

i snapped this on my first trip down at the red. the guy in the chair has the such a great look on his face, all confused like. deuce, quiet possibly the most handsome dog in the history of the red, is chilling in the background.
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2005-01-27
Views: 945 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 4
Nothing like a Special Boy

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Nothing like a Special Boy

Kenny warming up on "Special Boy", warmly named after our friend's handsome but mildly thick dog, Deuce. Thanks to Kenny for developing the new area.
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2005-01-26
Views: 1100 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Pulling thru Paradise...Lost

Average Rating = 3.58/5 Pulling thru Paradise...Lost

Jen pulling past the second bolt on "Paradise Lost" at Purgatory, a new crag at the Red River Gorge, on a beautiful day during the first weekend of December 2004.
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2005-01-26
Views: 1356 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 9
Freestanding Woodie mostly build

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Freestanding Woodie mostly build

this is a picture of my woodie when it was about 90 percent complete. the kicker pannel at the bottom is only half on and the back lateral supports aren't attached but you get the general idea. if you want more info or drawings let me know.
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2004-01-20
Views: 2325 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
The sketchy-ist looking (but not actaully) TR set up ever

Average Rating = 3.00/5 The sketchy-ist looking (but not actaully) TR set up ever

a few weeks ago we went up to the lake for some absolutely beautiful november climbing. we saw practically no one the entire day and got to climb whatever we wanted... the only problem was that we forgot all our webbing so we had to make our anchors really compact. this set up was placed mostly on the face of the route just over the ledge so it looked like the anchor only had one piece from the top. oh and um, the guy in the picture is my buddy doug, and i took it.
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2003-12-15
Views: 757 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 6
b&w of me on my wall

Average Rating = 2.71/5 b&w of me on my wall

me doing some bouldering in my dorm room. i cut my hair, so i don't totally look like this anymore but you get the idea. photographer was my friend kelly.
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2003-12-15
Views: 978 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 6
Nice Panaramic With Climber in New Zealand

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Nice Panaramic With Climber in New Zealand

Honestly I can't remember what the route is called, it is a 25 on the Australian scale, somewhere in the 5.11 range. The picture is of Frogett's Edge right outside of Wharapapa (the Wh- if pronounced like an "f") in New Zealand. Great place to go craggin', about 5 places within a 20 minute drive of the school/campground. The photo may look panoramic but it's only b/c I had to cut off the bottom because my finger was over the lense. Climber: Liam Silan, Photographer: Phil Wilkes
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2003-12-14
Views: 968 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Balanced Rock In Wind River Range

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Balanced Rock In Wind River Range

I took this in the Winds on a NOLS mountaineering course a few years back. It is right at the base of an area they called The Fortress, but that may just be a NOLS things. Anyhow, it looked pretty good and turned out ok. Photographer: Phil Wilkes
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2003-12-14
Views: 1099 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Hanging Top Rope Framed By Rock

Average Rating = 3.70/5 Hanging Top Rope Framed By Rock

Stretcher (5.9+/5.10a) on the East Bluff at Devil's Lake, WI. The climb is really thin and balancy, I don't know how this thing would ever be lead. Really fun route though, one of my new favorites.
Submitted by: pawilkes on 2003-12-13
Views: 1008 | Votes: 10 | Comments: 3