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Off Road

Average Rating = 5.00/5 Off Road

The rough road to Bubba. We thought the "puddle" was only an inch or so deep. Turns out that wasn't the case as water quickly came up through the floor-boards.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2007-02-25
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Judas (5.10b) via Headlamp

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Nate cleaning my half-ass lead of "Judas" (5.10b) at night by headlamp. This route put me back in my place after a solid ten minutes trying to start the damn thing.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-03-27
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Overhung Bypass

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Uhhmmm, so a "classic" 5.7+ish...I dunno, but I definitely wasn't expecting a hand-over-hand traverse out to a heel hook during twenty-couple mile-per-hour winds with my last two pieces 15 plus feet behind me. To be honest, maybe it was the conditions but I was not "down" with this route.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-03-26 | Last Modified: 2007-02-23
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Snowy JTree

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It snowed four inches on us our first night of spring break in the Black Rock Campground. Desert. Spring Break. Snow. WTF?
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-03-26
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Chalked Boulders in Jtree

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This is an interesting problem we found walking around in the boulder fields behind Hidden Valley campgrounds. None of us really knew the names or the grades, but it was really fun. The bouldering there was much nicer on the hands than the cracks and longer routes with that real harsh rock. I can't wait to go back.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-03-21
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First Climb of Spring Break

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This is me topping out on Dandelion (5.10a) in Hidden Valley on the Old Woman rock. We hadn't consulted the guidebook for this one until afterwards. Had I known its grade beforehand, I probably would've hopped on something a bit easier to begin spring break. First climb of my first time in what the old guys call the "Monument". My girlfriend, DeAnna, was the photographer.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-03-21 | Last Modified: 2014-08-04
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An Ounce of Perception

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This is me on an Ounce of Perception (5.9+) at Annapolis Rocks in Maryland. I thought it was a really fun route. No pics on lead though, too bad. Guidebook calls it a "classic" and a "must do" for the area. With not a whole lot else around except Faint's Roof itself, I most definitely agree.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-02-27
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11,000 Feet and Climbing

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My buddy, Emmett, leading up the second team to a 11,000 foot pass in the Wind River Mountain Range on a National Outdoor Leaderhip School expedition. Don't let the t-shirt fool you. It was cooold that whole month. I took the pic as my team already summitted.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-02-23
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Third Summit Party

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This is the third summit team on our National Outdoor Leadership School expedition. We had three parties taking different routes up the snowfield. Probably the best overall trip I've ever taken. Good times.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-02-23
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Bouldering at Seneca.  Pushing new horizons.

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This is me trying a little line we found interesting at Seneca Rocks after a looong day of trad climbing. Before this, I had never seen anyone boulder there. We basically rock new styles. The old trad foreigners gave us idiot looks and spoke some gibberish towards us. They want to be us.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-02-21
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Lead Change.

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Nate Curtis (left) and I (right) hanging out after the second pitch of Gabhard Dufdy over on the Southern Pillar at Seneca Rocks, WV. It was coooold.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2006-02-21
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Ecstasy Nook

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Waiting to climb sitting in the little nook at the end of the first pitch of Ecstasy. Climb nearly turned into an epic as some crazy weather moved in.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2007-02-27
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It's A Bryce

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My dog, Bryce, climbing the embankments under the cliffs of Maryland Heights.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2007-02-27
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Average Rating = 5.00/5 Post-Solo

This is my self-portrait after just free-soloing "The Bong." This was my first real solo. Easy route, but it was still got the adrenaline flowing.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2007-02-27
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Sign Me Up

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This is a self-portrait at the first belay on the sign wall at Harper's Ferry. I'm not sure what I'm doing exactly.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2007-02-27
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Blue Grotto - Aerial

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View from atop grotto around fenced viewing area. Visible at water level are several rock outcrops, the left-most of which accesses pillar with an approx. one meter span. A single 60 meter roped (halfed) will not reach larger outcrop shaded under pillar, but can be lowered from bolts further down the slope (though you'll likely touch water if you don't maintain contact with the pillar). Just be creative.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2009-05-18
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Overhanging Crown

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View up into the hanging crown of rock roughly 60m above from the small outcrop at the waterline below. Through binos, several bolts can be seen through considerable space exists in between each, some up for 40 feet likely. Between this wall and the rock below is about 25 feet of 5-10m deep water. Bring a boat.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2009-05-18
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Pillar Waterside Access

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Lower area of pillar. Easiest route up is unfortunately through bush diagonally moving lower right to upper left until reaching lower ridge depression. Here there is a very visible slingable hole in the rock for an easy belay.
Submitted by: up_for_a_good_time on 2009-05-18
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