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The rock is cold!

Average Rating = 4.00/5 The rock is cold!

Winter climbing = cold fingers + mist on the lake. Photo Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2006-10-02 | Last Modified: 2007-01-26
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La Capelle

Average Rating = 0.00/5 La Capelle

A fast paint montage : a F7a problem on the Capelle's redish coarse sandstone, the church place of the village where you have to park, and some yellow Lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria or renoncule ficaire in French). March 2007.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2007-04-01
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Brad on the chalk ladder

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Brad on the chalk ladder

I met Brad at the Pit and we climbed together in the Upper Gorges on a warm May day of 2005. Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2006-05-17
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Chris last year during my US trip

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Chris last year during my US trip

I met Chris and his friend Xavier the day after my FA with LarryD and Bill. Chris RP this great fun route while I only TRed it. And I still regret that I didn't try to lead it. The afternoon of this very day, I got dehydrated and finished in the hospital... Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2006-05-17
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Shari on Sunset Slab, Cod Rock.

Average Rating = 3.60/5 Shari on Sunset Slab, Cod Rock.

This picture was taken during a wonderful afternoon of June 2006 I spent with Shari, shortfatoldguy and Chuck. Sunset Slab is a wonderful slab with a nice view. And Cod Rock is such a quiet place in Smith. Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2006-05-17
Views: 1441 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 2
Hugo apparently stuck on the sandstone

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Hugo apparently stuck on the sandstone

But he eventually moved to the left before toping out this FOntainebleau problem in an elegant and athletic manner. Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2006-05-17
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Pleasure Dome F6b+

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Pleasure Dome F6b+

Dam in this overhanging problem of Targassonne.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2008-01-22
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Some guy warming up in Smith

Average Rating = 3.75/5 Some guy warming up in Smith

Stolen moment of a boulderer along the merced river in Smith Rock. June 2005. Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2006-04-07
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Bleau, Rocher Fin, after the rain

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Bleau, Rocher Fin, after the rain

Hugo is dynoing in the Red Circuit of the Rocher Fin. A problem requiring balance, coordination, and compression. Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2006-04-05
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Friendship

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On the North Rim of the Gorges du Verdon. Patrick, Emilie, and me (with the sunglasses). Wonderful week.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2007-03-13 | Last Modified: 2007-03-26
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Pat in Cyclope #3

Average Rating = 3.20/5 Pat in Cyclope #3

Pat in the crux of Cyclope before the relative resting position. Félix is belaying him. Photo by Thomas Ribière. Minolta 600si, zoom 28-105 mm.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-11-25
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Félix in Cyclope #7

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Félix in Cyclope #7

Félix is redpointing Cyclope with the Lake of Chambly in the background during the last nice day of November. Photo Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-11-25
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Félix in the crux of Space Life

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Félix in the crux of Space Life

Félix in Space Life, 7c, just before he took a whipper! This was the last shot of the roll, and I missed the fall... Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-11-21
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Shari and The Monkey

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Shari and The Monkey

I couldn't resist to take a pic of Shari with the Symbol of Smith Rock in the background. Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-26
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Slab and Fear

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Slab and Fear

I consider this 5.10a route (Pop Goes the Nubbin') one of the most memorable of my USA trip. COnsidered well bolted, I can't say I was very confident while going up this face. Thank you Chuck for preplacing the draws on lead! Photo by David Brande, aka shortfatldguy.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-26
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a shortfatoldguy on a rock

Average Rating = 3.00/5 a shortfatoldguy on a rock

David is climbing this route just left of The Peanut, probably the route called Snuffy Smith Buttress. I spent a wonderful couple of days with Shari, Chuck, and shortfatoldguy. We cooked in the SMith Rock sun, climbed some nice route, drank some good beers, and had deep discussions (well, maybe). Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-26
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5 Gallon Buckets from Rope De Dope

Average Rating = 3.67/5 5 Gallon Buckets from Rope De Dope

Another view of this classical line on the Morning Glory Wall. Unknown climber in red. Taken from the other side of the Crooked River, near Rope De Dope huge boulder. Photo by Thomas Ribière.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-26
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Larry DeAngelo - Canadian Club - 1rst pitch

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Larry DeAngelo - Canadian Club - 1rst pitch


Photo by Bill Thiry. With the kind permission of Larry DeAngelo.
Larry DeAngelo in the 1rst pitch of Canadian Club, which is also a 1rst pitch variation for Frogland.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-04
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Canadian Club - Bill Thiry - 2nd pitch

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Photo by Larry De Angelo with his kind permission.
Bill in the second pitch, in the second easier part. The finger crack cannot be seen from the belay.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-04
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Canadian Club - Bill Thiry - 3rd pitch

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Photo by Larry DeAngelo wih his kind permission.
Bill Thiry is goofing on top of the pillar which marks the beginning of the 3rd pitch of Canadian Club.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-04
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Canadian Club - me in the 4th pitch

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Photo by Larry DeAngelo with his kind permission.
Me seconding in the easy 5.5 or so 4th pitch of Canadian Club, on an ocean of (fragile) holds.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-04
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Canadian Club - me belaying Larry

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Photo by Bill Thiry. With kind permission of Larry DeAngelo.
On the good ledge on top of the 4th pitch, I'm belaying Larry ascending the 5th short length. I was so hungry at that moment!
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-04 | Last Modified: 2006-12-20
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Canadian Club - Bill Thiry - 5th pitch

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Photo by Larry DeAngelo with his kind permission.
Bill is cruising through the 5 pitch, a short length going up right.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-04
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Canadian Club - Bill and me on the summit

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Photo by Larry DeAngelo with his kind permission.
Bill completely exhausted and me ready to do it again. Or Bill kidding and me kidding. Or whatever you want. We were just happy.
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-04
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Canadian Club - Larry and me on the summit

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Photo by Bill Thiry with the kind permission of Larry DeAngelo.
Larry smiling and me trying to smile. After all, I was maybe stressed and exhausted. It was my 3rd multipitch ever, and the first trad one...
Submitted by: thomasribiere on 2005-10-04
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