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Dizzing Heights

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I'm at the top of 100' P2. The little tree by the little climber is the top of 180' P1.
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-08-24
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Kicking back

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Top of P2. The view is amazing! I'm feeling so organized with a gear sling and nice rope handling :-)
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-08-24
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Mt. Shasta in the background

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I'm starting the 5th pitch, but stop to grab a shot of Jackson with the awesome rock in the background. You can barely see Mt. Shasta on the top right.
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-08-24
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Jackson and Shasta

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Jackson froms the top of the 5th pitch in the saddle. This is the only pitch which required trad for the anchor. The sun had already set on us at this point...
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-08-24
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Sunset while climbing

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I love climbing during sunset, and the saddle at the top of P5 offered a great sunset view. By the way, don't follow the laid back chimney in the book on P6 if you want the climb to be 5.6. It's thin on hands and difficult to protect. Just continue up the arete in front of the saddle.
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-08-24
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Victory in the dark!

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We're happily on the summit at 9pm with the last bit of ambient light fading. The anchors are bomber for the rappel and drop right onto a big ledge with a tree for the 2nd rappel. You only need one 60m rope to get off this climb in two 100' raps.
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-08-24
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Jeff trying ice in Ouray

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The Ouray Ice Park is gorgeous. You can't climb here and not be smiling.
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-21
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Jeff's first ice climb

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This is my first ice climb. The route was mixed rock and ice and was totally fun.
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-21
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Mars Attacks - First Pitch

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Jeff just before the crux of the first pitch of Mars Attacks. This pitch is a friction slab which is easy up to this point (which is good since you don't see any pro on that rope!). The crux is a well bolted, sandstone, friction slab section. Yeah - sandstone and friction feels as insecure as it sounds. I suggest waiting until the sun hits the rock before trying it (or just make a few attempts if you skid off). Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Mars Attacks - Second Pitch

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Patrick leading the 2nd pitch of Mars Attacks. This pitch is totally cool - a long (80 feet?) horizontal traverse around the corner following the limestone band. While this section isn't difficult and is well protected, it's really fun exposure while stepping from section to section. Interestingly, the trailing climber gets the same fall potential as the leader. Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Mars Attacks - Third Pitch

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Patrick at the top of the 3rd pitch of Mars Attacks - a ~130 foot chimney. This picture shows the "narrowest" part of the crack. For most of the pitch you're nestled nicely inside the chimney enjoying the consistent great trad placements and awesome view. Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Mars Attacks - Forth Pitch

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Patrick starting the 4th pitch of Mars Attacks. After finishing the chimney, this pitch wanders around a bit with mixed trad and bolt protection. The finish is a run out friction slab. I'm not sure why the section doesn't have a bolt, because the trad pro is minimal and sketchy. Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Mars Attacks - Finish Photo

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Jeff, Patrick, and Joe at the top of Mars Attacks. Two double rope rappels later, we'll be on our way home. Photo taken by Joe Irons - www.ironsphotography.com
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-02-16
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Dr Rubos on ground

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On the ground at Dr. Rubo's Wild Ride. Not as many lizards out today as there were yesterday, but I still see a few scurrying around on the rock.
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-04-04
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Dr Rubo's 1st Pitch Double Cracks

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Jeremy is just getting of the ground on the first pitch of Dr. Rubu's Wild Ride. This pitch is somewhat awkward with double cracks at the bottom and nice wide stemming at the top. Cool stuff. The 2nd pitch is great crack climbing too!
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-04-04
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Dr Rubo's 4th Pitch

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Jeff leading the 4th pitch. This pitch is easy climbing with one totally cool move (other than the summit of course) which involves a step across to a block with 150' of air below you. The move is easy, but the view is fantastic!
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-04-04
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One Step to Heaven

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Jeremy got a picture of this strange monster on the top of Summit Block. It's surprising he's so white given the sunburn received on the back of the knees. Someday, I'll learn to apply sunscreen there!
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-04-04
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Rubos Rap

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Jeremy took this great shot of the rappel from Summit Block. Safety First!
Submitted by: jeff8v7 on 2006-04-04
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