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Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Bell Buttress Massif : Bell Buttress - Main Crag : ... : Photo
By: Chris Graham When: Mar 10, 2011

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Comments: This looks just like my dog Sadie!! She is a red boned coon hound. Great dog!!!


Location: WY : Wind River Range : Dinwoody Glacier Area. : Gannett Peak : Photo
By: Chris Graham When: Feb 13, 2011

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Comments: Awesome!!!


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Lower Left Wall / Ventilato... : Western Lady/ California Gi... (5.11 R)
By: Chris Graham When: Nov 14, 2010

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Comments: BLew my onsight attempt at this one yesterday and logged in some "air time". I will get it next time, but what a cool line!


Location: NH : *NH Ice and Alpine Climbing : Frankenstein Ice Climbs : Amphitheater Area : Pegasus Rock Finish (WI3 M3)
By: Chris Graham When: Nov 7, 2010

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Comments: I always cheat and holster a tool. What a fun pitch though!


Location: NH : Humphrey's Ledge : The Geriatric Walls : Lost and Found (5.10c/d)
By: Chris Graham When: Oct 18, 2010

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Comments: Nice seeing you guys at Elvios the other day Jeremy! Psyched you are getting after it!


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Thin Air Face : Rapid Transit (5.10a/b PG13)
By: Chris Graham When: Oct 10, 2010

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Comments: Onsighted this one today...only took me 25 years to try it!! I can totally see why (lol). Fantastic route!


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : The Beast Alcove and Refuse... : AP Treat (5.8+)
By: Chris Graham When: Aug 9, 2010

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Comments: AP has been totally cleaned and restored to its original condition after three days of scrubbing. It is a really fun climb with reasonable (albeit spaced) gear with a pin at mid height. The 1/4" has been replaced. It has been seeing some traffic lately which is great to see! Give it a try and while you are at it, the 5.10 15' to the right of it is a great pitch too!


Location: NH : Humphrey's Ledge : The Geriatric Walls : Lost and Found (5.10c/d)
By: Chris Graham When: Jul 24, 2010

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Comments: Hi Casey!
No, that red tagged route is Chris Magness's. Probably going to go at 5.12 from what I understand. Looks tricky at the top!!


Location: NH : Waterville Valley : Photo
By: Chris Graham When: Jul 10, 2010

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Comments: This route looks great as do all the routes in your pictures. Where in Waterville are these Tom?

Grammy


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : The Beast Alcove and Refuse... : AP Treat (5.8+)
By: Chris Graham When: Jun 23, 2010

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Comments: This was a fairly popular route back in the early 80's, but seemed to lose it's popularity shortly thereafter. It is a fun route with interesting moves but needs a good cleaning. I haven't seen anyone on this route in 20+ years. Sticks and Stones is just to the left for a heart pounding!


Location: NH : Humphrey's Ledge : The Geriatric Walls : Lost and Found (5.10c/d)
By: Chris Graham When: May 12, 2010

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Comments: Hey thanks Baldy, I am psyched that you liked it. That second clip without gear in the flake is a heart pounder for sure. Do you think the grade is accurate?


Location: NH : Humphrey's Ledge : The Cake Walk Area : Wanderlust (5.8+)
By: Chris Graham When: May 2, 2010

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Comments: I agree Jon! I like this route more and more with every time I do it. Some great moves on it on solid rock. The second pitch is fun, but nowhere near as good as the first IMHO.


Location: NH : Humphrey's Ledge : The Dedication Area : Robinson Crusoe (5.10b PG13) : Photo
By: Chris Graham When: Apr 30, 2010

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Comments: I have to agree with Mike Brian...this is an amazing photo!


Location: NH : Humphrey's Ledge : The Geriatric Walls : Lost and Found (5.10c/d)
By: Chris Graham When: Apr 29, 2010

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Comments: STRAND!!!!!! lol


Location: NH : Humphrey's Ledge : The Geriatric Walls : Lost and Found (5.10c/d)
By: Chris Graham When: Apr 16, 2010

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Comments: Cool...I think you will like It. Bob and I went over last night and sent those three new routes over on the far left side, I will be curious to see what you think of them...

~g


Location: NH : Humphrey's Ledge : The Geriatric Walls : Lost and Found (5.10c/d)
By: Chris Graham When: Apr 14, 2010

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Comments: You have to try it Jon and let me know what you think of the grade. Always a tough call for me.


Location: WY : Grand Teton National Park : Disappointment Peak : Irene's Arete (5.8)
By: Chris Graham When: Apr 13, 2010

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Comments: Did this climb about 4 years ago, just an amazing day out in one of the most spectacular settings I have ever seen.

70 degrees at the start, dropped to 50 when the winds picked up and then witnessed lightning snapping off of Cloudveil directly accross from us. Needless to say we set a speed record for the last two pitches on that climb as we raced the storm to the top!

I hope to get back out there to climb it once more. What a fantastic line.


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : The Prow Area : Edge of the World (5.13c) : Photo
By: Chris Graham When: Apr 1, 2010

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Comments: Sweet Jay!!!


Location: NH : *NH Ice and Alpine Climbing : Cathedral Ledge Ice Climbs : North End Pillars (WI3-4) : Photo
By: Chris Graham When: Jan 29, 2010

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Comments: Mom????? WTF??? :)


Location: NH : *NH Ice and Alpine Climbing : Trollville (Duckshead) : Unknown Right (WI4) : Photo
By: Chris Graham When: Jan 29, 2010

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Comments: Nice work Jon! Damn, that is a sick climb. Haven't been over there in years.


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Lower Left Wall / Ventilato... : Fisting Jon (AKA Leafspring... (5.11+)
By: Chris Graham When: Nov 23, 2009

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Comments: Jon...you are insane!!!! LOL
Did you finally send it?


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Lower Left Wall / Ventilato... : Ego Trip (5.11c)
By: Chris Graham When: Nov 23, 2009

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Comments: I would agree with Tim J about the tricam. When I first did the route I couldn't get the pink or red to work in that pocket, the blue fit really well and I have used that piece exclusively on the first pitch. Some folks just skip the gear placement and run it out to the next bolt, but for the short time it takes to drop a tricam in, I prefer to protect the moves to the third bolt. Great route!!!


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Tourist Overlook : Little Feat (5.9-)
By: Chris Graham When: Nov 13, 2009

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Comments: I found this crack to be very strenuous and getting the gear in above the small roof was tricky. Though very short, the moves off the deck are stout and bouldery. The good thing is that the crux is early, the bad thing is that the crux is early!!! You definitely want to get good gear in before pulling up and over the crux section or you can deck on that ledge. Great locks, great gear and a pumpy route for its length. Better than Lookout, but harder IMHO. Good finish to any of those climbs that e... more >>


Location: NH : Attitash Crag : The Main Area : Trepidation (5.10b)
By: Chris Graham When: Oct 12, 2009

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Comments: Hey Jon!
We are having some fun out there. No crowds, great views, impeccable rock! Such a nice and often overlooked setting.


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Lower Left Wall / Ventilato... : Fun House (5.7)
By: Chris Graham When: Aug 7, 2009

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Comments: I have always loved this route, it was my first 5.7 lead back in the early 80's so I have fond memories. I find it is a great climb to take with less experienced climbers as there is little exposure and big ledges to chill on. It is a blocky route and could easily snap ankles on any part of the climb at any given moment, so early leaders should stay focused when making the moves up...particularly on the second pitch (pooh link-up which most parties do). Still, they are fun moves, it protects wel... more >>


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