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Brittany on Epiphany

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Brittany on Epiphany

Brittany Petersen on the crux overhang on Epihany (5.10b).
Submitted by: kpinwalla2 on 2005-11-13
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Steve Miller Cruisin' on the Chubby Hubby

Average Rating = 3.75/5 Steve Miller Cruisin' on the Chubby Hubby

He had to haul up the stick clip to get through the crux, but he did the moves.
Submitted by: kpinwalla2 on 2005-11-13
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The South Megadike

Average Rating = 0.00/5 The South Megadike

The South Megadike is a large fin of basalt that is broken into several towers. Most of the towers require 5th class climbing to reach the summit. The longest routes are about 100 ft. high.
Submitted by: kpinwalla2 on 2005-11-13
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Sarah Towery on Redtail Arete

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Sarah Towery on Redtail Arete

This was Sarah's first real rock climb and she was thrilled. The exposure is great and the climbing is fun and not too difficult.
Submitted by: kpinwalla2 on 2005-11-13
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Doug Juers on Moe

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Doug Juers on Moe

Moe (along with his neighbors Curly and Larry) has the shortest approach of any route on the South Megadike. The road to Bluewood ski area is visible below.
Submitted by: kpinwalla2 on 2005-11-13
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Elisa Weinman cruising Vantage Point

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This is my wife Elisa on an early ascent of Vantage Point. The photo was taken from the ledge that forms the belay for Hakuna Matata.
Submitted by: kpinwalla2 on 2005-11-12
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First Ascent - 10/30/05

Average Rating = 4.00/5 First Ascent - 10/30/05

This is a photo of the first ascent of Continental Crust - destined to become a classic. Spectacular and interesting climbing on classic Almo pluton granite. Average bolt spacing = 7 ft.
Submitted by: kpinwalla2 on 2005-11-11
Views: 1077 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0