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Top of the Icebox

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Looking west at the oposite side of the canyon. It was Scott, Sarah, and Myself enjoying some unclimbed rock in the box.
Submitted by: rockclimber057 on 2006-02-06
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A view into the Icebox

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Here you can get a view of the top half of the north wall. Whipped cream comes up the left side of that wall. The center roof is just asking for a line through it.
Submitted by: rockclimber057 on 2006-02-06
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 Southeast Buttress

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A view of the southeast buttress on the approach. The Grover is the line with the roof up the middle of the wall.
Submitted by: rockclimber057 on 2007-01-06
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south wall

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This is me jugging up a fixed line. Rattle snake below enjoying the shade. Did not expect his company.
Submitted by: rockclimber057 on 2004-06-28
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looking up to the sky

Average Rating = 3.33/5 looking up to the sky

The Serra Ancha wilderness is a beautiful place to explore. Very Serene.
Submitted by: rockclimber057 on 2004-06-22
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David Fessler at the

Average Rating = 3.00/5 David Fessler at the "Ice Box"

This is just a self portrate of me taken June 18th, 2004. It was taken with a Canon Elph S100.
Submitted by: rockclimber057 on 2004-06-20
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the oven

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Here is my wall in Queen Creek Arizona. "The Oven" in the garage 13' long x 8' 6" tall in 3 sections (1st is 36", second and third 48" each) plus arrete and deheidrel. Approximately 200+ square feet. 500 t-nuts 165 holds (mostly metolious) favorite holds.....anything positive on this wall. built from 3/4" ply, 2x4's and assorted hardware. 4" deck screws anchor to the studs into the back wall and into the attic. Cost is about $800 with holds so far.
Submitted by: rockclimber057 on 2004-06-19
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