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A Desert Rat on Pope's Crack

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Woody Stark, one of the original Joshua Tree "Desert Rats", works the 5.9 offwidth of Pope's Crack in early 2001. Photo by Daniel Zatkovich.
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2006-04-27
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Daniel Zatkovich loses skin on the offwidth of Poison Oak Crack (5.7)

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You'll skin your left knee and flay all the flesh on your left hand - but the pro is bomber. You can practically walk a single #3 Camelot up with you. Photo by Janice Smith.
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2006-04-26
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Jay Zatkovich on the road to Humber Park

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Jay Zatkovich on the road to Humber Park, en route to do Angel's Fright (5.6). Photograph by Daniel Zatkovich.
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2006-04-24
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Jay Zatkovich cleaning pitch three on Angel's Fright (5.6)

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In 2002 or so, I took my brother Jay on his first multi-pitch climb up Angel's Fright (5.6) at Tahquitz. He did well, but was scared sh*tless the entire time. Here he is coming up the last dihedral of pitch three. Photograph by Daniel Zatkovich.
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2006-04-24
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Jay and Daniel Zatkovich at the top of Angel's Fright (5.6)

Average Rating = 2.33/5 Jay and Daniel Zatkovich at the top of Angel's Fright (5.6)

Jay and Daniel Zatkovich celebrate after a three-hour trip up Angel's Fright, a great 5.6, 5-pitch route on the west face of Tahquitz. Photo set up by Daniel Zatkovich.
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2006-04-24
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Davi Kutz works the tricky feet of Park Avenue

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Daniel Zatkovich belays Davi Kutz on the 5.8 clip-up Park Avenue. Tricky feet and awkward moves are this route's trademark - if you're looking for *fun*, try the nextdoor Novus Ordo Seclorum. Photo by Janice Smith.
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2006-04-21
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Daniel Zatkovich elvising on Park Avenue

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Davi Kutz belays Daniel Zatkovich on the 5.8 clip-up Park Avenue on the Pyramid at Williamson. We hated this climb - awkward moves over bulges and thin feet. Do yourself a favor and climb the nextdoor 5.8 Novus Ordo Seclorum instead. Photographed by Janice Smith.
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2006-04-17
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Daniel Zatkovich clipping bolts on Stichter Quits

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Daniel Zatkovich working up to the second-bolt crux of Stichter Quits, arguably the most popular 5.7 clip-up in J-Tree - it's located within walking distance of Joshua Tree's version of Camp 4, the Hidden Valley campsite. Photographed by Noel Doughty.
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2006-04-17
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Rain of Terror from belay

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Easy 5.9 (more like 5.7) nine-bolt sport climb
Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2008-02-10 | Last Modified: 2008-02-11
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Leanne rappelling first pitch of Domanatrix

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Submitted by: tanthalas39 on 2008-02-17
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