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One Pine

Average Rating = 3.00/5 One Pine

The traverse on One Pine, a classic Farm Rock route. The break through the roof above remains unclimbed. Aiders anyone? Myself climbing, photo by Souren Beylerian.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-26
Views: 941 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 4
Primal Scream, 5.9

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Primal Scream, 5.9

Alexandre Deslauriers near the top of Primal Scream, one of a handful of enjoyable climbs at the Upper Slabs.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-26
Views: 573 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Welcome Stephen

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Welcome Stephen

Scott Woods on one of the classic harder routes at the Cwm. Luckily, the holds through the crux roof are fairly good. Photo: Y.Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-24
Views: 829 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Abseil at the Red Wall

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Abseil at the Red Wall

Rapping down the right end of the Red Wall, an area of recent developments. Like climbing on a painting.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-22
Views: 628 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Mont King Overview

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Mont King Overview

A view of Mont-King from the approach trail. The left end is steep and very blocky. It has a handful of exposed trad routes. The middle section is severely overhanging and has some of the most impressive lines at Val-David. The headwall on the right is called Le Mur and boasts excellent multipitch routes. The cliff extends further right into the forest. Photo: Yann Troutet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-20
Views: 2344 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Souren Beylerian on La Zébrée

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Souren Beylerian on La Zébrée

This is one of my favorite portraits of my partner Souren: as always relaxed, definitely a vertically minded being.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-20
Views: 930 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Storm at Mt-King

Average Rating = 3.60/5 Storm at Mt-King

Here we're climbing during a summer thunderstorm in Val David. The area of la Zébrée overhangs several meters and stays continuously dry. La Zébrée is one of only a few aid routes left in Val David. Several attemps at freeing the line have been unsuccesful. The route follows an overhanging finger/hand crack through 25 metres of roofs and faces. A good candidate for becoming Québec's first 5.14. Photo: Yann Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-20
Views: 1583 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Hauling up the Kool-Aid on La Cage aux Folles

Average Rating = 2.75/5 Hauling up the Kool-Aid on La Cage aux Folles

La Cage aux Folles (the scoop/corner on the left) is an excellent 5.10 pitch that offers a nice multipitch experience when linked to any of a number of routes found below.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-20
Views: 873 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Yann Troutet at Paroi Éléphant

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Yann Troutet at Paroi Éléphant

This is me celebrating the St-Jean-Baptiste (Québecers hold the 24th of June as their flag-waving day) under a baking sun on the first ascent of Bonzaï.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-18
Views: 1560 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 2
Tiger Wall overview

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Tiger Wall overview

The highest part of Arapiles. If you look closely, you can just make out some coloured dots on the cliff. There are actually 4 or 5 parties on the face. Photo: Yann Troutet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-17
Views: 712 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Heading for Muldoon

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Heading for Muldoon

Muldoon takes the right arete of the main face. The Agamemnon areas comprises the pillars and chimneys to the right.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-17
Views: 525 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Rapping down the Paroi Éléphant

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Rapping down the Paroi Éléphant

Thiéry rappelling the Second Chapter. The obvious corner left, The Good Book, is an excellent 5.7 layback. The pillar that forms the route is just leaning against the cliff, though. Yikes!
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-17
Views: 1418 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
On Muldoon

Average Rating = 3.00/5 On Muldoon

After the traverse, on Muldoon. Above this is a joyful jughaul with more available pro than it is reasonable to own!
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-17
Views: 599 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
At the Crag

Average Rating = 3.55/5 At the Crag

An anonymous party on Low Down, a diagonal traverse through the overhangs of Castle Crag. Photo: Yann Troutet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-17
Views: 557 | Votes: 11 | Comments: 8
Abseiling down to the Moai

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Abseiling down to the Moai

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 2003-01-16
Views: 487 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1
Seaside climbing near Whitewater Wall

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Seaside climbing near Whitewater Wall

Lucky and Claire at Coles Bay. Some of the best rock I've been given to set hands on. An amazing number of possibilities, established and virgin. With the beating sound of crashing waves. Photo: Yann Troutet.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-16
Views: 673 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Bard Buttress

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Bard Buttress

The Bard is a classic five-pitch climb up this distinctive buttress. Each pitch is a gem. Not to mention the descent route: via a cave, literally through to the other side of the mountain. Photo: Yann Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-16
Views: 605 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
On  No Heroes

Average Rating = 3.00/5 On No Heroes

On the plumb-line 5.9 finger crack/corner called No Heroes. In this case, however, we're heading for the first ascent of Bonsaï, a second pitch A2 variant left of the obvious cedar tree. Myself climbing, Souren Beylerian photo.
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-13
Views: 710 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Early morning light at Weir

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Early morning light at Weir

A view of the highest, steepest part of the cliff. The obvious diagonal crack is the ultimate local classic: Black and White, 3 pitches, 5.11. In the shadow to the left are a handful of slightly easier routes. On either side of Black and White are several hard routes, trad and sport. The province's longest sport climb (Que ton Règne Vienne) takes a direct vertical line crossing BnW halfway up the cliff. (photo: Y. Troutet)
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-11
Views: 2614 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Bernard Houle making easy work of Peggy

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Bernard Houle making easy work of Peggy

Probably the most photographed route on the escarpment, and a good one too! Follows a steep corner that takes you out over the treetops to a spectacular situation (that is if you can manage the crux 5.7-ish move off the ground). In the background are the Ottawa Valley lowlands - you can just make out the river on the right. Photo: Yann Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-11
Views: 616 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Aiguilles de Chamonix

Average Rating = 3.83/5 Aiguilles de Chamonix

As seen from the top of l'aiguille de l'M. The background peak is Blaitière, the rock face on the left is part of the Grands Charmoz complex. Photo: Yann Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-11
Views: 650 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 3
Snowy july day at Les cosmiques

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Snowy july day at Les cosmiques

L'arête des cosmiques, just out of the cable-car station is an outrageously popular climb. On this occasion however, the weather was so bad there were only two parties on the route. Here I photographed the anonymous following party crossing one of several small cols on the ridge. Photo: Yann Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-11
Views: 904 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 0
Arête des cosmiques old-style

Average Rating = 3.25/5 Arête des cosmiques old-style

The first of two abseils on the Arête des cosmiques. The streaks in the sky are blowing snow. The dark image is a personal touch. Photo: Yann Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-11
Views: 462 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Serac

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Serac

Pierre Callico looking down on a serac face in the Massif du Mont Blanc. Photo: Yann Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-11
Views: 565 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Fog on the Ménégaux Route

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Fog on the Ménégaux Route

Jacques Flamand on the Ménégaux route of l'aiguille de l'M. He had climbed the route once before, over 40 years back! At 67, Jacques now has no complexes about climbing in full-jeans attire! Photo: Yann Troutet
Submitted by: yeti on 2003-01-11
Views: 541 | Votes: 4 | Comment: 1
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