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Member Since: Sep 16, 2009
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
New logo ;)

New logo ;)

Climbing Gear Discussion : For Locker Smith!

Apr 13, 2013

New Logo ;)

New Logo ;)

Climbing Gear Discussion : For Locker Smith!

Apr 13, 2013

Stash pocket with highly water resistant zipper

Stash pocket with highly water resistant zipper

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Dec 7, 2012

Coffee burlap bag for Kevin in California!  Logo on back.  Thanks for the continued support!

Coffee burlap bag for Kevin in California! Logo on back. Thanks for the continued support!

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 24, 2012

Bag for a local

Bag for a local

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 21, 2012

Bag going out to Minnesota.

Bag going out to Minnesota.

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 21, 2012

Bottom View.  Body is made from one main piece to maximize color customization front and back

Bottom View. Body is made from one main piece to maximize color customization front and back

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 12, 2012

New bag style with angled top.

New bag style with angled top.

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 12, 2012

Up-cycled Coffee Burlap from Nicaragua.  Courtesy of our friends at Butterfly Herbs

Up-cycled Coffee Burlap from Nicaragua. Courtesy of our friends at Butterfly Herbs

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 5, 2012

Chalk Bag

Chalk Bag

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 5, 2012

Chalk Bag

Chalk Bag

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 5, 2012

Chalk Bag

Chalk Bag

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 5, 2012

Chalk Bag

Chalk Bag

Climbing Gear Discussion : TUFA Climbing : Post

Nov 5, 2012

The Roach

The Roach

Josh Kornish : Deep Creek

Feb 13, 2012

Looking at this picture you can see the obvious arete. Walk around the left and then up the gully to a great ledge with a fallen tree.  You will see a cam in the rock and that's the starting line

Looking at this picture you can see the obvious arete. Walk around the left and then up the gully to a great ledge with a fallen tree. You will see a cam in the rock and that's the starting line

MT : Mill Creek North Rim : ... : No Sweat Arete (5.7)

Jul 15, 2011

beautiful kootenai creek

beautiful kootenai creek

Josh Kornish : my dojo

Oct 14, 2009

Contributed Comments

 

Location: WY : Wild Iris : The Main Wall : Cowboy Poetry : Testosterone Alfresco (5.10d)
By: Josh Kornish When: Sep 11, 2014

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Comments: If Alf's allegations are true then I am on his side. The guidebook author was completely in the wrong.


Location: WY : Wild Iris : The Main Wall : Cowboy Poetry
By: Josh Kornish When: Sep 11, 2014

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Comments: Alf claimed that he chopped routes that he put up after a guidebook came out giving new names to his routes that were slanderous and disrespectful.

Say what you will about Alf but the author of the said guidebook was completely in the wrong.

Hopefully these routes will be retrobolted in the future.


Location: MT : Paradise Valley : Allenspur : 7-11 Crag : Flake Fest (5.10b)
By: Josh Kornish When: Jun 14, 2014

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Comments: Nick Stayner - If this route was not safe on gear then yes i would be guilty of 'spraying'.

Fact is this is Montana and if reasonable gear is present then there shouldn't be a bolt. This has been a major facet of Montana climbing ethics since the beginning of climbing in our great state. Certainly these ethics are being more and more ignored as our sport grows in popularity. By no means am I against clipping bolts, just not pointless bolts.

When I first saw this line I didn't understand why ... more >>


Location: MT : Photo
By: Josh Kornish When: Mar 3, 2014

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Comments: Horse Head Arch in Blodgett. It's definitely been climbed a number of times but the approach is fairly heinous. One could possible approach via the ridge from the Blodgett lookout.

Indeed Blodgett is an incredible place!


Location: SD : Custer State Park : Tenpins/Switchbacks : Photo
By: Josh Kornish When: Jan 6, 2014

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Comments: You have the most beautiful hair


Location: AZ : Southern Arizona : Cochise Stronghold : West Stronghold : Westworld Dome : ... : Photo
By: Josh Kornish When: Dec 30, 2013

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Comments: HIPPO!


Location: International : South America : Colombia : Suesca
By: Josh Kornish When: Dec 29, 2013

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Comments: If anyone has any questions about Suesca feel free to message me. I've spent about two months here climbing.

Suesca is an incredible area and most definitely worth a visit!


Location: MT : Paradise Valley : Allenspur : 7-11 Crag : Flake Fest (5.10b)
By: Josh Kornish When: Dec 22, 2013

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Comments: certainly an interesting ethical debate. Using natural gear on a sport climb. Yet I agree that there is one placement within the 'somewhat delicate' flake. My apologize for fixing an eyesore but I am by no means the first person to do these lines on gear.


Location: MT : Mill Creek North Rim : Lower Tier : Pie for Strength (5.11a/b)
By: Josh Kornish When: Dec 7, 2013

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Comments: Linking pitches 1 & 2 is logical and makes for a stellar pitch! Much different than your typical Bitterroot line. The whole thing is stellar especially the fingers on the crux pitch.


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