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Jack M. Roping Up For 1st Warmup

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Jack M. Roping Up For 1st Warmup

Jack M. (NJC Tee Shirt) roping up for 1st warmup run of the day on One More Victim :)
Submitted by: spike on 2004-11-27
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SPIKE On Great Ledge P9

Average Rating = 3.38/5 SPIKE On Great Ledge P9

Leaning Tower - Wet Denim Daydream - V 5.6 C3F or A3 Spike standing on great bivy ledge at top of P9 -- Photo by: Rob Mansfield
Submitted by: spike on 2004-09-30
Views: 857 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 3
Crimpy ... John Ford On Firestarter

Average Rating = 3.89/5 Crimpy ... John Ford On Firestarter

New Jack City - Prodigy Pile - Firestarter 5.13d - John Ford pulling on a crimp.
Submitted by: spike on 2004-03-24
Views: 1124 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 2
John Ford Working Firestarter 5.13d

Average Rating = 3.95/5 John Ford Working Firestarter 5.13d

New Jack City - Prodigy Pile - Firestarter 5.13d John Ford working crimpers.
Submitted by: spike on 2004-03-21
Views: 1072 | Votes: 20 | Comments: 7
SPIKE and Ben On P7

Average Rating = 3.50/5 SPIKE and Ben On P7

EL CAPITAN - SOUTHEAST FACE - TANGERINE TRIP 5.8 A2 or C3F - I am busy organizing gear after hauling as Ben Banks cleans P7. P7 was one of the easies pitches on the climb. Photo by Tom Evans.
Submitted by: spike on 2004-01-27
Views: 727 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 4
Spike On P7

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Spike On P7

El Capitan - Southeast Face - Tangerine Trip VI 5.8 A2 or C3F - Spike leading P7 one of the easiest pitches of the climb.
Submitted by: spike on 2004-01-25
Views: 666 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1
SPIKE Belaying P4 On Tangerine Trip

Average Rating = 3.33/5 SPIKE Belaying P4 On Tangerine Trip

El Capitan - Southeast Face - Tangerine Trip VI 5.8 A2 or C3F - I am belaying Ben Banks as he leads P4. The plan is that he will fix P5, lower off and we will spend our first night on the wall at the top of P4. With the traversing nature of P5 and the steepness of Tangerine Trip, when Ben lowered off, the exposure was awesome. Photo by Tom Evans.
Submitted by: spike on 2004-01-20
Views: 769 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 2
Ben Banks On P4 Tangerine Trip

Average Rating = 3.75/5 Ben Banks On P4 Tangerine Trip

El Capitan - Southeast Face - Tangerine Trip VI 5.8 A2 or C3F - Ben Banks just under the start of the huge roof on P4. The haul bags to the left of him belong to another team that had fixed ropes on Aurora. We pounded 1 piton on the route and it was here, a #2 Lost Arrow.--- photo by Tom Evans
Submitted by: spike on 2004-01-13
Views: 740 | Votes: 4 | Comment: 1
Cleaning P5 On Bermuda Dunes

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Cleaning P5 On Bermuda Dunes

El Capitan - Southwest Face - Bermuda Dunes VI 5.11c A4+ Looking down P5 as I clean it.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-11-02
Views: 564 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
BIG Cams Ready For P6

Average Rating = 2.80/5 BIG Cams Ready For P6

El Capitan - Southwest Face - Bermuda Dunes VI 5.11c A4+ Tom Kasper is working his way up the chimney on P6. Picture of cams at the belay. Tom K. will use the BIG cam inside the chimney.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-11-01
Views: 1459 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Chimney On P6

Average Rating = 3.20/5 Chimney On P6

El Capitan - Southwest Face - Bermuda Dunes VI 5.11c A4+ Image of the chimney on P6, you can see the single bolt on the face in the tan area.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-11-01
Views: 661 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Ben & Chunky At The Summit

Average Rating = 3.14/5 Ben & Chunky At The Summit

El Capitan - Southeast Face - Zodiac -Ben Banks with his favorite Big Wall food, Chunky Campbells soup. We bivied at the summit and went down the next morning.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-28
Views: 545 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 2
Ben At The Summit Of Zodiac

Average Rating = 3.43/5 Ben At The Summit Of Zodiac

El Capitan - Southeast Face - Zodiac --- The first thing you want to do when you summit, is take your harness off, take your shoes off, relax with solid ground under your feet and drink water. Its around 3:00pm in the afternoon and Ben Banks is enjoying the summit.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-28
Views: 559 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 0
Sam Belaying Jack On Straight To Hell

Average Rating = 3.71/5 Sam Belaying Jack On Straight To Hell

Williamson Rock - Tombstones - Straight To Hell - Sam belaying Jack on STraight To Hell.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-26
Views: 562 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 0
Jack M. Clipping On Straight To Hell

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Jack M. Clipping On Straight To Hell

Williamson Rock - Tombstones - Straigth To Hell 5.12d - Jack Marshall making a clip on Straight To Hell.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-26
Views: 943 | Votes: 24 | Comments: 17
Filling Water Bottles At Firn Springs

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Filling Water Bottles At Firn Springs

El Capitan - Southwest Face: El Capitan - Bermuda Dunes - Tom Kasper filling water bottles at Firn Springs just northwest of Bridelvail parking lot. Getting ready for Bermuda Dunes.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-25
Views: 685 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Tom K. Rapping Down The Slack

Average Rating = 3.29/5 Tom K. Rapping Down The Slack

El Capitan -Southwest Face - Bermuda Dunes VI 5.11c A4+ - Tom Kasper rapping down The Slack from the top of P4.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-19
Views: 808 | Votes: 7 | Comment: 1
Tom Kasper P6 The Chimney

Average Rating = 2.33/5 Tom Kasper P6 The Chimney

El Capitan - Southwest Face - Bermuda Dunes VI 5.11c A4+ Tom Kasper enters the chimney on P6.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-17
Views: 687 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Jack M. On Straight To Hell

Average Rating = 3.85/5 Jack M. On Straight To Hell

Williamson Rock - Tombstones - Straight To Hell 5.12+ Jack Marshall getting a run on the route. He got the FA later the same day.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-16
Views: 693 | Votes: 13 | Comments: 10
Looking Down From Peanut Ledge

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Looking Down From Peanut Ledge

El Capitan - Southeast Face - Zodiac VI 5.7 A2 or C3F - Looking down from the top of P13 Peanut Ledge.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-15
Views: 1246 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 2
Ben Bivy At P7

Average Rating = 3.78/5 Ben Bivy At P7

El Capitan - Southeast Face - Zodiac VI 5.7 A2 or C3F - Ben Banks enjoying Metolius Bomb Shelter portaledge a P7.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-10-15
Views: 769 | Votes: 18 | Comments: 15
Ben On The Catwalk

Average Rating = 2.71/5 Ben On The Catwalk

Leaning Tower - West Face V 5.7 C2F - Ben Banks standing at the start of the 4th class section. He is organizing his personal gear, attaching his YATES adjustable daisys to his YATES big wall ladders. He also uses a YATES Shield harness. You can see the fixed line down near his left foot, that you clip into as you make the traverse.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-07-15
Views: 1106 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 2
Ben Banks On Pitch 1

Average Rating = 3.40/5 Ben Banks On Pitch 1

Leaning Tower - West Face V 5.7 C2F - Ben Banks starts up pitch #1. You can see the haul line hitting the pointy dead tree. Ben fixed P1 & P2 as a single pitch.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-07-15
Views: 619 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Ben Below Guano Ledge

Average Rating = 3.20/5 Ben Below Guano Ledge

Leaning Tower - West Face - V 5.7 C2F - Ben Banks just below Guano Ledge. I took the picture from Ahwahnee Ledge.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-07-14
Views: 663 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 2
DMM Belay Master/Gri Gri Solo Setup

Average Rating = 3.33/5 DMM Belay Master/Gri Gri Solo Setup

Riverside Rock Quarry - RIGHT END AREA - Rivets & Bits: Image of how I have my Gri Gri set up when I solo. The DMM Belay Master keeps the Gri Gri oriented out in front of me when attached to belay loop on harness. It also helps prevent cross loading. I also use some duct tape to keep Gri Gri positioned on the front part of the carabiner. The keeper cord which is connected to the carabiner prevents me from dropping Gri Gri when removing or place the rope in the Gri Gri. NOTE: ALWAYS USE A BACKUP KNOT THAT IS ATTACHED TO YOUR HARNESS BELAY LOOP WITH A LOCKING CARABINER WHEN SOLOING.
Submitted by: spike on 2003-06-26
Views: 5705 | Votes: 6 | Comment: 1
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