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First Flatiron - Morning Sun

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This shot of the First Flatiron in Colorado, was captured during an approach hike to climb The Direct route in June 2004. Copyright Robert Camp.
Submitted by: rcwallrat on 2005-05-04
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rcwallrat Guiding On The Bears Reach

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This is rcwallrat guiding his first 2 clients ever on The Bears Reach, Lovers Leap, CA-circa 1977. Copyright R. Camp.
Submitted by: rcwallrat on 2005-02-21
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The Flatirons In Early Morning Mist

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From R to L: The First, Second, and Third Flatirons enveloped in early morning mist-Spring 2004. You can only see the very top of the third Flatiron. Copyright R. Camp.
Submitted by: rcwallrat on 2005-02-22
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rcwallrat Topping Out On The Third Flatiron

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After guiding 2 clients up the Third Flatiron, rcwallrat enjoying a fall afternoon on top. Photo by Dr. Howard Entin. Copyright R. Camp.
Submitted by: rcwallrat on 2005-02-12
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Debra on Approach Hike To The Third Flatiron

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My Friend Debra stopping to admire the Flatirons during a beautiful fall morning approach hike; on our way to bag a route on the Third... Copyright R. Camp.
Submitted by: rcwallrat on 2005-02-20
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5.12 Back Scratch!

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The ultimate in back scratching for climbers... On a very hot August day in 2003, I met this climber on the top of the Third Flatiron. He said the tattoo took 2 sittings of 4 hours each to complete. Copyright R. Camp.
Submitted by: rcwallrat on 2005-02-12
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West Face Route-Hanging Belay Top of Pitch 5.

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This is my Friend Jeff Widen at the top of the 5th pitch of the West Face Route-circa 1981. I shot this picture as I was heading out on discontinuous flakes leading to the thin expanding flake/ceiling of pitch 6. Copyright R. Camp.
Submitted by: rcwallrat on 2005-02-12
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