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Scott Jett firing the last throw on Lost Digits V4

Average Rating = 3.78/5 Scott Jett firing the last throw on Lost Digits V4

This beautiful seam is a tasty V4 finger tweaker in the finally access friendly Boat Rock Boulders
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2003-03-06
Views: 916 | Votes: 10 | Comments: 2
Matt setting up for the crux of The Green Bulge V4

Average Rating = 3.92/5 Matt setting up for the crux of The Green Bulge V4

Trying to press out a rockover mantle on this one pad rail makes this problem quite spicy
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2003-03-06
Views: 672 | Votes: 13 | Comments: 4
Matt digs into The Green Bulge V4

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Matt digs into The Green Bulge V4

This one pad rail is all you've got to set up for a wicked mantle onto a chin ripper of a topout.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2003-03-05
Views: 666 | Votes: 8 | Comment: 1
Robbie Timmerman on a stupidly hard slab at the BRB

Average Rating = 2.40/5 Robbie Timmerman on a stupidly hard slab at the BRB

Slab bouldering is a great way to waste the rubber on your new shoes. Boat Rock, Ga has plenty of problems just like this one.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2003-03-05
Views: 961 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 2
Lost Digits is the perfect V4 seam pictured here

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Lost Digits is the perfect V4 seam pictured here

The Boat Rock Boulders are a nice diversion if you're stuck in Atlanta, Ga between roadtrips.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2003-03-05
Views: 654 | Comments: 0
Scott Jett pullin' hard on The Green Bulge V4

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Scott Jett pullin' hard on The Green Bulge V4

Photo by Robbie Timmerman. This one pad rail must be matched on then pulled past your knees.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2003-03-05
Views: 991 | Comments: 0
Dan Lindstrom pulling hard on Prerequisite for Excellence at the T-Wall

Average Rating = 3.81/5 Dan Lindstrom pulling hard on Prerequisite for Excellence at the T-Wall

This was Dan's first lead EVER. He had been following me for a year, but when he saw this route, he asked me to rack him up and he led the thing like a pro, even running it out a bit on the steep face above the final roof.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-04
Views: 933 | Votes: 16 | Comments: 3
Dan Lindstrom barely finishing Prerequisite for Excellence at the T-Wall

Average Rating = 3.80/5 Dan Lindstrom barely finishing Prerequisite for Excellence at the T-Wall

This was Dan's first ever lead and he was pumped out of his gourd as he sketched up the final moves way above a #2 stopper. I almost let him grab my foot, but I wanted a shot of him falling if he peeled.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-04
Views: 909 | Votes: 10 | Comments: 3
Lydia McDonald cruising pitch 3 of Digital Delight in The Gorge

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Lydia McDonald cruising pitch 3 of Digital Delight in The Gorge

The third pitch of the four pitch Mescaline Daydream (5.8), is one of my favorite pitches in the world. I've probably done the route ten or twelve times and have never gotten tired of those moves.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-04
Views: 3246 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 2
Jett on a  testy little problem called Black Glass

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Jett on a testy little problem called Black Glass

The tough part is getting your feet off the ground, then broken dime edge flakes lead up to a tough top out 15 feet off the grass.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-04
Views: 866 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 0
Jett on an unfinished Highball problem called Jaws

Average Rating = 2.75/5 Jett on an unfinished Highball problem called Jaws

This 20 foot route finishes with a mantle out an overhang on suspiciously hollow flakes. I haven't worked up the cajones to top the thing out.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-04
Views: 918 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Bill Pilczuk looking for holds on the Rocket Slab

Average Rating = 3.20/5 Bill Pilczuk looking for holds on the Rocket Slab

As an aside, my boy Bill is a Professional Swimmer and was recently the reigning World Champion and fastest man alive in the water. He's retired now so I can drag him outside and onto better things(like clibing).
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-04
Views: 1258 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Adam Sheppard just above the crux on Primitive Paradox (5.9)

Average Rating = 2.80/5 Adam Sheppard just above the crux on Primitive Paradox (5.9)

Sheppard was so pale on this route that he threw off my meter and overexposed all these shots. This is an awesome two pitch route high above the raging Tallulah River.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-04
Views: 857 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Adam pulling onto the narrow belay ledge on Primitive Paradox (5.9)

Average Rating = 3.11/5 Adam pulling onto the narrow belay ledge on Primitive Paradox (5.9)

The first time I led this thing, I got pumped and didn't have a #1 friend to protect the crux, so I ran it out 20 feet to the ledge you see, risking a forty foot groundfall. I went out and bought that piece the next day and have since led this route a do
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-04
Views: 889 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 0
MOUNT BAKER:  Resting at 10,000feet in cold, windy conditions

Average Rating = 3.00/5 MOUNT BAKER: Resting at 10,000feet in cold, windy conditions

This was taken as we took a breather on the descent in pretty ugly conditions after topping out in cold but sunny weather
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-03
Views: 3934 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Adam Sheppard following the steep 3rd pitch of Digital Delight, Tallulah Go

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Adam Sheppard following the steep 3rd pitch of Digital Delight, Tallulah Go

If you've never climbed in Northeast Georgia's Tallulah Gorge, youre missing out on a truly adverturous place
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-03
Views: 9948 | Votes: 8 | Comment: 1
WHITESIDES Original Route 5.10b/A0) Running out of daylight

Average Rating = 3.30/5 WHITESIDES Original Route 5.10b/A0) Running out of daylight

We were literally running for the top of this long, 10 pitch free route on Whitesides scary Main Wall in 20 degree weather on the shortest day in October.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-03
Views: 1273 | Votes: 10 | Comment: 1
Adam sheppard reaching for the belay on Digital Delight, Tallulah Gorge

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Adam sheppard reaching for the belay on Digital Delight, Tallulah Gorge

If you're into long sandstone trad routes, you MUST check out Northeast georgia's Tallulah Gorge
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-03
Views: 1188 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 2
Mt. Baker:  Crossing a steep section on the Roman Wall

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Mt. Baker: Crossing a steep section on the Roman Wall

Members of Tri- Pole Expeditions heading home after an early morning summit
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-03
Views: 1480 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 0
Adam Sheppard at the crux of Primitive Paradox 5.9

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Adam Sheppard at the crux of Primitive Paradox 5.9

The two pitch Primitive Paradox 5.9, is one of the most popular routes in Tallulah Gorge, GA.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-03
Views: 828 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 0
The Second Pitch Belay Ledge on Mescaline Daydream 5.8, Tallulah Gorge

Average Rating = 3.00/5 The Second Pitch Belay Ledge on Mescaline Daydream 5.8, Tallulah Gorge

If you come to The Gorge and don't do this killer route, You're missing out on Trad Sandstone at its best.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-03
Views: 1113 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 3
Adam Sheppard cleaning Mescaline Daydream, Pitch 2, 5.8, Tallulah Gorge

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Adam Sheppard cleaning Mescaline Daydream, Pitch 2, 5.8, Tallulah Gorge

This is what The Gorge is all about. Bullet hard Sandstone cracks 500 feet above the river.
Submitted by: scottjetttrad on 2002-04-03
Views: 1082 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 0