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The easy way down

Average Rating = 3.70/5 The easy way down

A 50 meter rope will land you just back to the ground on The Moai, southern Tasmania.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-09-08
Views: 937 | Votes: 10 | Comments: 10
Moai in the backdrop

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Moai in the backdrop

The first of three abseils leading to the seaside platform on which stands the 25 m high Moai. The Moai is the little cousin of the world famous Totem pole, which is located a few km down the coast.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-09-08
Views: 791 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Showing off!

Average Rating = 3.58/5 Showing off!

A Tasmanian classic. The Moai is the Totem Pole's little cousin. It is also quite a bit easier: the normal route is only grade 17/18 (5.8+/.9). But the reward is just as sweet. Bruce Webster showing off after our ascent of the thing. Photo: Y. Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-09-08
Views: 871 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 4
Sunny summit

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Sunny summit

My girlfriend nearing the top on the easy route to the summit of the Pyrennees, Aneto, 3404m.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-09-03
Views: 532 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Nudisme

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Nudisme

A difficult (5.12) top-rope on the left end face of the cliff. More an exploratory project that anything else really. Was named on an unseasonally warm April day...
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-03-25
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Step by step

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Step by step

There are a bunch of small cliffs near Paroi Éléphant. Loads of fun to be had, not all climbing-related. Here I'm taking the easy way down. (Notice the New Kids on the Block patented Step-by-step move.)
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-03-25
Views: 1332 | Votes: 6 | Comment: 1
Simon Villeneuve on Gogo Gadget

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Simon Villeneuve on Gogo Gadget

Located on the main face of the cliff, Gogo Gadget is a scary lead, but a great top rope, requiring a surprizing variety of technical moves. (photo: Yann Troutet)
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-03-10
Views: 1112 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 0
Wingnay Ice

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Wingnay Ice

A new short route (we haven't named it yet) at a place called La montagne à Wingnay, in the Outaouais region. Christophe Kinnard climbing.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-03-10
Views: 1138 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1
Mont Pinacle overview

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Mont Pinacle overview

This is the central part of the cliff under heavy snowfall. At this time of the year, an excellent ice gully forms in the huge corner on the right: Le Gringalet, III, WI4.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-03-07
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Le Gringalet WI4

Average Rating = 3.43/5 Le Gringalet WI4

Moving up toward the second belay of Le Gringalet, a narrow 3-pitch ice gully. Photo: Souren Beylerian.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-03-06
Views: 1719 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 2
Bran Van

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Bran Van

In response to Passthepitonspete's movie scenario, and my inclusion in that clip, I felt I had to include a photo of my van, which Dr piton didn't know I owned , but which is also part of the story...
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-27
Views: 793 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 2
Thin Spindrift Ice

Average Rating = 3.57/5 Thin Spindrift Ice

An anonymous climber on Spindrift (3+) in rather thin conditions. The ice sometimes covers the whole rock face. Photo: Yann Troutet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-14
Views: 949 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 0
The other kid

Average Rating = 3.20/5 The other kid

Here Simon Villeneuve takes his turn at red-pointing our new climb called NKOTB at the Western Cwm. Gotta love the bomber pro.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-14
Views: 1020 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Homo sapiens

Average Rating = 2.80/5 Homo sapiens

Jacques Flamand thinking it out on one of his 50+ creations at Le Grand Surplomb. Pulling on a RURP through the roof section on l'Homme-qui-pense (A2+). There is only one other pro available before this move, which makes for an exciting step over the void. Photo: Y. Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-13
Views: 1000 | Votes: 5 | Comment: 1
Arythmia

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Arythmia

On my first visit at Erlkoenig, a few years ago. Here we see the line of the route in the background. Great stuff for the little cliff that this is. Photo: S. Beylerian.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-13
Views: 832 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
At Birds Nest Buttress

Average Rating = 3.30/5 At Birds Nest Buttress

Here Simon is just about to hastily downclimb the route under pressure form a couple of ravens protecting their nest. The area was named Birds Nest Buttress in the 80's, but hadn't been occupied for years. The route is Rock Heads. Photo: Yann Troutet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-13
Views: 577 | Votes: 10 | Comment: 1
At Mont de l'ours

Average Rating = 2.50/5 At Mont de l'ours

Souren Beylerian belaying on the slab section of the Mont de l'ours. This is the 2nd of 4 pitches on the classic line up the cliff. Le Dôme is visible in the background. Photo: Y. Troutet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-13
Views: 2222 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Farm Rock overview

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Farm Rock overview

Simon Villeneuve toping out the second pitch of Sev's Route. This is the highest and most interesting part of the cliff. Photo: Yann Troutet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-13
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On Wall Climb

Average Rating = 2.75/5 On Wall Climb

The top end of the climb on a beatiful cool day at the cliff. Photo: Souren Beylerian.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-02-13
Views: 663 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Chemin de la Mâture

Average Rating = 3.56/5 Chemin de la Mâture

This was one of several high points on our trek through the Pyrénées. Though you barely make it out on the photo, there is a path in the cliffs on the right side of the chasm. The pathway was carved out of the limestone by convicts under the orders of the French king in the 1700's. The idea was to access a forest which would provide trees to make masts for the royal fleet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-30
Views: 715 | Votes: 9 | Comment: 1
Pic du Midi from Col des Ayous

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Pic du Midi from Col des Ayous

Contemplating the view of the Pic du Midi d'Ossau during a trek through the Pyrénées. The peak itself is what remains of an ancien volcanic chamber. It has numerous alpine rock routes, ranging from the classic to the extreme.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-30
Views: 769 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
Climbing the worlds biggest rock

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Climbing the worlds biggest rock

This is the sad sight of just another day at Uluru, the world's biggest rock. Every day, hundreds of tourists haul their butts up the chain-railed path that served for centuries as a sacred site for the initiation of the desert's young aboriginal men. Today, tour buses line up and park just a few metres away from the base of the rock. Of course, tourists regularly get killed from heat stroke or tumbling down the thing!
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-30
Views: 2010 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 7
La Trifide

Average Rating = 2.50/5 La Trifide

Jacques Flamand on La Trifide (A2), where the route meets Atlantic City. The route takes the crack through the small roof, then right again and out the top right corner of the photo.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-29
Views: 753 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Subsidiary Corner

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Subsidiary Corner

Pursuing the alpine feeling on an early spring day at Farm Rock. The cold added to the character of the route definitely made this one a success. Myself climbing, Simon Villeneuve belaying.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-26
Views: 796 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
NKOTB first ascent.

Average Rating = 3.40/5 NKOTB first ascent.

Just off the ground on the first ascent of NKOTB, one of too few hard trad routes at the Eardley Escarpment. Me climbing, belayed by Simon Villeneuve.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-26
Views: 641 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 2
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