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View East from P5 Cathedral Peak

Average Rating = 0.00/5 View East from P5 Cathedral Peak

With each pitch, the view of Budd lake and the peaks east of Cathedral kept getting better. One cool thing about climbing Cathedral Peak is that by the time you are done, you are looking down at many many neighboring mountains (including half dome in the distance, not in this shot).
Submitted by: orangekyak on 2006-08-26
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Damned rope drag...

Average Rating = 2.75/5 Damned rope drag...

I'm half smiling, half grimacing after coming over Cathedral's summit blocks. They scared me... and the rope drag was horrendous. Great day, though!
Submitted by: roseraie on 2006-08-14
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3rd pitch of Southeast Buttress

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Alex starting the 3rd pitch of Southeast Buttress. A great climb with fantastic views, as said many times before.
Submitted by: mtn_geek on 2006-07-26
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Where Should I Put This #3?

Average Rating = 5.00/5 Where Should I Put This #3?

If there was a place to put it I would! Nothing beats high altitude trad climbing in beautiful settings!
Submitted by: pierredestcroix on 2006-07-19
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No Crowds If You Ski In

Average Rating = 0.00/5 No Crowds If You Ski In

Spring 2001...good weather...great route..."my first time to church too Mr. Muir"
Submitted by: pierredestcroix on 2006-07-18
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Cathedral Peak SE Buttress

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Looking up at Cathedral Peak SE buttress. Eichorn Pinnacle to the left.
Submitted by: zott on 2005-10-29
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Wynne Rocks!

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Wynne Rocks!

glad to get her back out! about midway up Cathedral Pk.
Submitted by: markguycan on 2008-10-20
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Cathedral

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Cathedral

A pitch or two before the Chimney.
Submitted by: chugar on 2009-10-21
Views: 2242 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0