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Searching for a hold on lower mount scott

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Searching for a hold on lower mount scott

This was taken of me by my buddy Chris Mitchel, while I was trying to work "lay away plan," a 5.11 hard face climb on lower mount Scott. The panaramic view of the lake from this crag make it one of my favorite place in the WMWR. If you like crimpy face climbs with funky lie backs, this is a great climb. Set up top rope equalizing small tree with a couple large cams (#3 camelots).
Submitted by: soonervince on 2004-03-13
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Ryan sticks this all out dyno at the Knobbs

Average Rating = 3.40/5 Ryan sticks this all out dyno at the Knobbs

This is picture of my good friend Ryan Scott sticking the finishing dyno on this great problem at an area called the Knobbs, in Tuolome Meadows. We did a variation of this problem with a sit start low and left on the boulder, I'm guessing it was probably
Submitted by: soonervince on 2002-03-11
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Topping Out Midnight

Average Rating = 3.57/5 Topping Out Midnight

The don't get anymore classic than this...Midnight Lightning. This is a picture of a guy named Mike that was visiting the valley for a couple of weeks with his girlfriend. They were a really fun to hang out with, and Mike was a really strong climber fro
Submitted by: soonervince on 2002-03-11
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Nameless high ball in Middle Cathedral forest

Average Rating = 3.25/5 Nameless high ball in Middle Cathedral forest

Middle Cathedral area has some great moderate highball problems. I don't believe this one was named, but it had some really fun moves and topped out at about 13-15 feet. Probably V2 or V3. A really great area, but watch out for mosquitos and bees.
Submitted by: soonervince on 2002-03-09
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Focused on Cocaine

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Focused on Cocaine

I took this picture of my friend John Hur, whom I worked with out in Yosemite this summer. In the picture John nearing the top of the Camp 4 high-ball problem, Cocaine Arete. John sent this problem on one of our last days in the Valley , with about 10 of
Submitted by: soonervince on 2002-03-09
Views: 603 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 2