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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
On the 5.10a variation of pitch 4.

On the 5.10a variation of pitch 4.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Progression (5.10c)

Sep 20, 2004

Howard just above the crux of the route on pitch 2. The crux is stem/liebacking past the piece of gear just below his right foot.

Howard just above the crux of the route on pitch 2. The crux is stem/liebacking past the piece of gear just below his right foot.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Progression (5.10c)

Sep 20, 2004

Heading up the beautiful fifth pitch of Sidetrack after doing Betwixt'em.

Heading up the beautiful fifth pitch of Sidetrack after doing Betwixt'em.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Sidetrack (5.9)

Sep 7, 2004

Above all the major difficulties on the second pitch.

Above all the major difficulties on the second pitch.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Betwixt'em (5.9)

Sep 7, 2004

I'm at the first belay described in Scott's description. Notice that above me the crack system splits in two, the right branch shoots up and to the right. From below it looks like this is the way you want to go since the left branch looks like it peters out in blank face. But as you get higher it becomes apparent that the crack continues. This is the way we went and it was great -- steep, interesting and well protected.

I'm at the first belay described in Scott's description. Notice that above me the crack system splits in two, the right branch shoots up and to the right. From below it looks like this is the way you

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Betwixt'em (5.9)

Sep 7, 2004

Petite from the North. This is taken from the top of the 5.3 chimney you climb to approach the Gash after rapping off the summit.

Petite from the North. This is taken from the top of the 5.3 chimney you climb to approach the Gash after rapping off the summit.

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : South Face (5.8)

Aug 30, 2004

Christa leading through the crux of the second pitch.

Christa leading through the crux of the second pitch.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Visual Aids (5.10b)

Aug 23, 2004

Fran nearing the end of the 5.7 traverse.

Fran nearing the end of the 5.7 traverse.

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : Casual Route (5.10a)

Aug 16, 2004

The first pitch on a beautiful wall. All the holds here were covered with a fine black powder (looked like gun powder) which must be from rocks crashing down from the black band at the top of the route.

The first pitch on a beautiful wall. All the holds here were covered with a fine black powder (looked like gun powder) which must be from rocks crashing down from the black band at the top of the rout

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : Red Wall (5.10)

Aug 16, 2004

Christa contemplating the crux.

Christa contemplating the crux.

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : Red Wall (5.10)

Aug 16, 2004

Looking down on the beautiful third pitch.

Looking down on the beautiful third pitch.

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : Red Wall (5.10)

Aug 16, 2004

Approaching the crux undercling on pitch 4.

Approaching the crux undercling on pitch 4.

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : Red Wall (5.10)

Aug 16, 2004

Christa is about to pull the crux on pitch 3.

Christa is about to pull the crux on pitch 3.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Osiris (5.7)

Aug 10, 2004

Turning the roof on pitch one. A good yellow TCU or Alien fits behind a tiny ledge to protect the second.

Turning the roof on pitch one. A good yellow TCU or Alien fits behind a tiny ledge to protect the second.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Good Timing (5.10a)

Aug 10, 2004

Christa grappling with the crux roof.

Christa grappling with the crux roof.

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : Kor's Door (5.9-)

Aug 10, 2004

On the first pitch.

On the first pitch.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Sorcerer (5.8+)

May 26, 2004

Howard near the crux.

Howard near the crux.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Cheap Date (5.10b)

Oct 27, 2003

Howard following the crux pitch.

Howard following the crux pitch.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Visual Aids (5.10b)

Oct 27, 2003

Howard doing the 'exciting' face traverse into the hand crack on the 5.8 pitch.

Howard doing the 'exciting' face traverse into the hand crack on the 5.8 pitch.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Visual Aids (5.10b)

Oct 27, 2003

Fran on the diagonal traverse near the top of pitch one.

Fran on the diagonal traverse near the top of pitch one.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Loose Ends (5.9)

Oct 20, 2003

Fran on the easy summit pitch.

Fran on the easy summit pitch.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Orange Julius (5.10a R)

Oct 20, 2003

Howard soloing the first pitch.

Howard soloing the first pitch.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Gina's Surprise (5.5 X)

Oct 20, 2003

Unknown climbers on the second pitch. Photo taken from Orange Julius on 10/11/2003.

Unknown climbers on the second pitch. Photo taken from Orange Julius on 10/11/2003.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : White Whale (5.7)

Oct 13, 2003

Unknown climbers on the fourth pitch. Photo taken from the descent off of the Bookend on 10/11/2003.

Unknown climbers on the fourth pitch. Photo taken from the descent off of the Bookend on 10/11/2003.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Fantasy Ridge (5.9 PG13)

Oct 13, 2003

Fran in the chimney on pitch 5.

Fran in the chimney on pitch 5.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Orange Julius (5.10a R)

Oct 13, 2003

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