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Penny for your thoughts

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Sit start is out of the picture on the right side, follow the chalk marks up to the top, top out sloper is unseen.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-05-21
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Split near 'pop up hole'

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In the middle of the split rocks. High water line is quite visible.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-10-11
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Split near 'pop up hole'

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Split rocks that are barely visible at high waters, good climbing on 3 sides with some work in between a few of the splits.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-10-11
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View of summit from alpine meadow

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This is a view of the summit (actual false summit) from the northwestern area known right before ascending the Hogsback.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Rappel from Wasp

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picture of Nic O'Neill rappelling down from cleaning of dynamite wall the week of 20 feb 2007.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-23
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Alpine Glow on Summit

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A view from Hogsback of the summit as the sun set over the San Juan Islands.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Colfax Peak and glacier field

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This is a view of Colfax peak (far left) across the glacier field on the approach to the summit. There is some nice routes for some regular rock all along the ridge to the right.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Ridge Break

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Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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The false summit and Colfax Peak

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This is a view of the false summit up the Roman Headwall (left side) and Colfax peak (right side) across the glacier field on the approach to the summit. There is some nice routes for some regular rock all along the ridge to the right.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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View from tent

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This is the view from our tent at high camp, it is looking north into Canada.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Colfax Peak

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Colfax Peak, seen from the pumice fin on the way to the summit. This is looking at the western slope of Colfax.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Mark on Pumice Fin

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Mark O'Neill on the Pumice fin before the Roman Headwall on the way to the summit
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Tired

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After a 3 am start across the glaciers and several hours hiking up a pumice fin, (which I was coughing up black phlegm for 3 days afterwards) this is the face one makes. Content and hunger to reach the summit.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Actual Summit

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View of actual summit from the 'football field' (false summit)
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Crater

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View of the live crater from the actual summit. Roughly two hours after we left there was a 2.2 earthquake in the area that caused the whole left side of the crater to collapse into the bowl. (reported only snow and minor rocks no major geological change).
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Pumice Fin

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the descent on the pumice fin below the roman headwall headed towards colfax peak.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Roman Headwall

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I apologize for the quality of the picture, but this is the roman headwall, (where the climbers are) as viewed from the glacier field below.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Mark resting

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Mark O'Neill resting on the descent, The false summit is seen to the left and Colfax peak is behind mark to the right.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Mer and Rose

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Mer (human) and Rose (dog) getting ready to belay a climber on Lichens Journey, the final horn of the boulder problem Tusk can be seen on the upper left of the photo. (a red line is wrapped around it)
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Milikisi

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Pictured is Milikisi. The marker tree is on the left hand side next to Mer (the person in the photo). The route begins with a sit start on the lower left, works up along the slight overhang towards the right, then transfer to the adjacent wall in the deep pocket located in the center right of the photo, then work up and around the flake that is located top center of the photo.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Complete Eastern quarry

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this is a stitched together photo of the whole eastern half of the quarry.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Start of Holcombs

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the start of Holcombs Slaughter is to the right of the photo where there is a triangle depression in the rock about 3 feet above the water. it follows along the bulge and continues on to the horizontal crack in center left of the photo.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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Rappel from Wasp

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coming down from cleaning wasp
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-02-22
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the main wall

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Pictured is Tom O'Neill (5ft10in) standing at the base of the dry section, (Graffiti) and our two dogs Rose and Percy. Barely visible at the top right of the picture is where we placed the anchor just to the right of the tree that is overhanging the face. the route Purple Russian continues up the face above where Tom is standing.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-03-02
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Left side of Camp cove

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This is the first in a series of photos showing the wall at camp cove.
Submitted by: sway-reincarnate on 2007-03-02
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