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cloudy day, perfect summit

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jamie happened to be walking off while i was on top of ancient art. what a great climb. if you like this, go climb the mace (sedona). another classic climb with something unique and wild on every pitch.
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2006-03-15
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pitch 3 hand traverse

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me on the pitch three hand traverse (to a super-fun chimney stem pitch). photo by beth. i could never get tired of this route.
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2006-03-15
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leon in the same bug spire photo everyone takes

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theres this one belay on pitch 2 or something on bug spire that i swear- everyone who's ever climbed the thing has the same picture of their second.
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2006-03-15
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aki jugging the tip

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top of the lost arrow spire tip. my first aid lead. i had no idea it was going to have that many bolts. how convenient.
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2006-03-15
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fran almost in the sun

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francis seconds the top chimney pitch on epinephrine. another route you can't get sick of.
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2006-03-15
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carlsbad p-lot in the rain

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Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2006-03-14
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what's my line?

Average Rating = 2.50/5 what's my line?

a little ways up the second pitch of What's My Line. you can see where the route name comes from. photo by amir.
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2006-01-05
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Must... Clip... Cam.....

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Almost to the anchor on P1 of Supercrack, clipping into the 7th or 8th #3. You can tell this crack gets a lot of laps, eh? And yes, that's my sexy post-OW elbow tape job. photo by scott.
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2006-01-05
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rainier sunrise

Average Rating = 4.00/5 rainier sunrise

high on the DC traderoute, my brother takes a breather while adam takes a leak. behind him is a solo guy who will ask us to rope him in for the sketchy crevasses ahead. we do. notice how there is no one else in the photo? we'd all been climbing in the cascades for two weeks before this, and our lungs and legs were pretty solid. we left the muir hut behind countless parties and passed every one we saw by the time this picture was taken. had a nap in the crater. then got offroute onto the emmons glacier route on the way down;)
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2004-12-28
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Paul pack hauling on the Aiguille du Midi

Average Rating = 3.95/5 Paul pack hauling on the Aiguille du Midi

Paul (corday) and I hooked up for a couple days climbing in Chamonix in the beginning of September. We bumped into each other in the maison de montagne looking for partners, futzed around for a few hours packing and shopping, and then caught a late cable car full of elder hostel climber-groupies. When every other climber was shuffling in, we were shuffling out, intending to fire a route on the side of the needle and finish on the cosmique ridge. This picture is Paul hitting one of the top belays on the steep lower route (whose name I can't remember. It was four or five pitches: up a gully below a face, traverse right on ledges, pull a short roof, then straight up for a pitch or two to the cosmique ridge). The dots behind his head are the basecamp tents for the numerous Mont Blanc climbers. As you can see, it's getting late. We climbed the entire ridge at night and slept a peaceful night on the observation deck after retrieving our stashed gear from the visitor center. Cheese and chocolate never tasted so good. Great climb, and a funny picture. And I think Paul is still out there.
Submitted by: sixleggedinsect on 2004-10-24
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