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Snow at the Lizard's Mouth, Santa Barbara

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A rare occurence of snow at The Mouth on a beautiful Saturday morning, March11, 2006. It only happens once every few years.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2006-03-11
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An Icy Puddle for a Crash Pad

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Meilee at Lizard's Mouth in Santa Barbara after a very rare snowfall.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2006-03-11
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Infinite Improbability Drive

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Infinite Improbability Drive

An excellent problem in Salt Spring's Burgoyne Boulderfield. 99% of this area is complete conglomerate choss, but it offers plenty to do for anyone with a little vision and adventure.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2005-09-01
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Can't See the Boulders for the Trees

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Can't See the Boulders for the Trees

A brilliant setting in the woods of Salt Spring. It was beginning to rain as this photo was taken, no big surprise to anyone who climbs in the northwest.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2005-09-01
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Rainy Day Exploring

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Rainy Day Exploring

Burgoyne Boulders. It was fully pouring by the time the loose cobbles were pulled off and this fine short overhang was climbed. Last one of the trip.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2005-09-01
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As Natural as Serenity Crack

Average Rating = 3.14/5 As Natural as Serenity Crack

The Natural (12c), at Owl Tor. Rock climbing doesn't get any better than a flawless line of perfect overhanging rock. In another 20,000 years, the Tor might get to such a state. Until then, Mr. Requist locks off and reaches every Saturday.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2005-07-20
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Gyroscope

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One of my all time favorite boulder problems in one of my favorite boulderfields. Perfection. Photo: Jonathan Kingston, taken sometime in the late 90s.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2005-07-20
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Grotesque Old Woman

Average Rating = 3.29/5 Grotesque Old Woman

One of the finest problems at The Brickyard. There are a number of 'Grotesque Old Womans' scattered over the world, all of them courtesy of globe trotting first ascentionist Chris Leube. Photo: kingstonimages.com
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2005-07-20
Views: 1744 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 0
Bambino, Old Shatterhand

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Bambino, Old Shatterhand

Bambino moves into familiar territory, moving out of Power of Eating and into the deceptively hard Old Shatterhand.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2005-05-04
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When The Sea Doesn't Want You

Average Rating = 3.71/5 When The Sea Doesn't Want You

At the Owl Tor outside of Santa Maria. This route is just left of Power of Eating, first ascent by Phil Requist (who else) in 2004. Photo: Steve Edwards.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2004-09-27
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The Ligna Negro

Average Rating = 3.25/5 The Ligna Negro

Beginning of the crux sequence on The Ligna Negro at Owl Tor, outside of Santa Maria. Climber: Bob Banks Photo: Steve Edwards
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2004-09-27
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Manny Varjak almost home free

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Manny Varjak almost home free

Steve Edwards on Hell of the Upside-Down Sinners (5.12b). The first new route at Owl Tor in 6 years, first ascent by Phil Requist (of course) 2004.
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2004-09-27
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When the Sea Doesn't Want You

Average Rating = 3.71/5 When the Sea Doesn't Want You

Phil Requist on the first ascent of Owl Tor's latest warm-up route. Photo: Bob Banks
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2004-09-27
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The Ligna Negro

Average Rating = 3.75/5 The Ligna Negro

Burly undercling start leads to a big dyno and 30 feet of small holds to the chains. Climber: Bob Banks Photo: Steve Edwards
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2004-09-27
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Crawling out of Hell

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Steve Edwards on Hell of the Upsde-Down Sinners. Photo: Bob Banks
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2004-09-27
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Rap Bolting Sucks

Average Rating = 2.71/5 Rap Bolting Sucks

Making Beckey, Robbins and Chouinard proud, Steve Edwards demonstrates the purest in climbing ethics by hand drilling fixed protection from the ground up at The Owl Tor in Santa Maria. Wait....is that a cheatstone?
Submitted by: karl_hungus on 2004-09-27
Views: 1807 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 9