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Rapping after a hard day practicing aid.

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In preparation for climbing Resolution Arete, which involves an A1 roof, my partner and I went down to the Oasis to practice aiding on steep, overhung faces. I took this photo of him just after he had finished cleaning and jugging the route.
Submitted by: mitguy on 2006-03-16
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Self-Portrait on Resolution ArÍte Scouting Mission

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I took this photo while scouting Resolution ArÍte on the Aeolian Wall (the proper name of the NE face).
Submitted by: mitguy on 2006-03-11
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Winding Path Up the Coleman Glacier

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This shot was taken by me during an Alpine Leadership course with the American Alpine Institute. We are on our way to alpine ice climbing practice on the seracs above on the Coleman Glacier of Mt. Baker. We had all previously summited Baker via the Easton Glacier route, and this side of the mountain offered us a whole different perspective on the mountain.
Submitted by: mitguy on 2006-02-28
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Blazin up Birdland

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This is me running up pitch 5 of Birdland in Red Rocks. It's getting very late in the day and as I headed up the last pitch the wind picked up and the sun dropped. Had epic potential, but we managed to knock out the raps and got down safe and sound.
Submitted by: mitguy on 2006-02-17
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Ginger Cracks Twilight

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This is my partner Bill atop the Ginger Butress after finishing up the Grade IV Ginger Cracks. We made the top just in time for the dropping sun to catch the rest of Red Rock Canyon and the surrounding hills perfectly. A great top out to a wonderfully diverse and enjoyable climb!
Submitted by: mitguy on 2006-02-17
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