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Hitchcock Pinnacle, Mt. Lemmon

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Hitchcock Pinnacle, Mt. Lemmon

Happy toproping on the Hitchcock Pinnacle at Mt. Lemmon. I showed this photo to my mom and she gasped, thinking I was hundreds of feet off the ground. I just love climbing photos that create an exaggerated feeling of exposure. :)
Submitted by: runningclimber on 2005-02-12
Views: 1690 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 4
Big Roof, Small Girl

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Big Roof, Small Girl

I must have fallen off of this roof a dozen times. It became pretty amusing after a while. Clearly I need to get my butt to the gym and pump up those guns! Hitchcock Pinnacle, Mt. Lemmon.
Submitted by: runningclimber on 2005-02-12
Views: 1371 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1
Six days, one summit, no shower

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Six days, one summit, no shower

Although it is not a technical peak - getting to the summit requires little more than moderately strenous hiking - Kilimanjaro was a great trip. There is always something cool about standing on top of a really big mountain, no matter how easy or hard it is to get there.
Submitted by: runningclimber on 2004-08-20
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Shira Sunset

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A thick blanket of clouds moved over our camp as the sun began to set over the Shira camp on our second night of trekking Kilimanjaro's Machame route. Then, just as the light had all but faded, the fog parted to reveal this ocean of clouds below us. I lept out of the tent in my underwear just in time to set up the tripod and get a few shots - this one was taken was a ten second exposure.
Submitted by: runningclimber on 2004-08-20
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Shira Sunrise

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Shira Sunrise

One of the best - and worst - things about trekking Kilimanjaro was always the altitude. I cursed it when it gave me headaches and made me want to vomit, and blessed it when it allowed us to look down on amazing views that are normally too high for the human eye. Taken at daybreak with a 5-second exposure.
Submitted by: runningclimber on 2004-08-20
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Cozy?

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Greeting the morning from the comfort of a snow cave in Sequioa National Park, February 2004. (Submitted for runningclimber's profile.)
Submitted by: runningclimber on 2004-02-25
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