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Photo Caption Location Date
A view of the existing (green) and new (blue) variations of the East Buttress route from the Whitney Trail switchbacks - July 24, 2004

A view of the existing (green) and new (blue) variations of the East Buttress route from the Whitney Trail switchbacks - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Etsuko is in the sandy gully on the South East face of Mt. Muir - July 24, 2004

Etsuko is in the sandy gully on the South East face of Mt. Muir - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Etsuko is soloing the easy 5th pitch next to the 2nd tower on the East Buttress - July 24, 2004

Etsuko is soloing the easy 5th pitch next to the 2nd tower on the East Buttress - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Etsuko is negotiating sandy ledges and gullies low on the East Buttress of Mt. Muir. Wotan's Throne is in the background - July 24, 2004

Etsuko is negotiating sandy ledges and gullies low on the East Buttress of Mt. Muir. Wotan's Throne is in the background - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Typical broken terrain on the East Buttress of Mt. Muir - July 24, 2004

Typical broken terrain on the East Buttress of Mt. Muir - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Etsuko is soloing easy 5th on the lower part of the buttress - July 24, 2004

Etsuko is soloing easy 5th on the lower part of the buttress - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

The summit block of Mt. Muir from the top of the 2nd tower - July 24, 2004

The summit block of Mt. Muir from the top of the 2nd tower - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Looking at the new variation from the crest of the East Buttress between the 1st and 2nd towers - July 24, 2004

Looking at the new variation from the crest of the East Buttress between the 1st and 2nd towers - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Looking up the new variation of the East Buttress route from its base. One-two pitches of crack and chimney climbing (5.7) lead to the top of the 1st tower - July 24, 2004

Looking up the new variation of the East Buttress route from its base. One-two pitches of crack and chimney climbing (5.7) lead to the top of the 1st tower - July 24, 2004

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Alpenglow on East Buttress of Mt. Muir

Alpenglow on East Buttress of Mt. Muir

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Buttress (w/ variation... (5.7)

Dec 28, 2007

Shooting Stars with Checkered Demon in the background - July 2007

Shooting Stars with Checkered Demon in the background - July 2007

CA : High Sierra

Dec 27, 2007

Isosceles Peak and Columbine Peak from Dusy Basin - July 2007

Isosceles Peak and Columbine Peak from Dusy Basin - July 2007

CA : High Sierra

Dec 27, 2007

Mt. Whitney from the Russell-Carillon saddle - late October 2005

Mt. Whitney from the Russell-Carillon saddle - late October 2005

CA : High Sierra : Mt. Whitney

Dec 27, 2007

Incredible sunset after a typical Sierra thunderstorm. Taken from Dusy Basin. In the background is Mt. Giraud - July 2007

Incredible sunset after a typical Sierra thunderstorm. Taken from Dusy Basin. In the background is Mt. Giraud - July 2007

CA : High Sierra

Dec 27, 2007

Palisades from Dusy Basin. From left to right: Mt. Agassiz, Mt. Winchell, Thunderbolt Peak, Starlight Peak, North Palisade - July 2007

Palisades from Dusy Basin. From left to right: Mt. Agassiz, Mt. Winchell, Thunderbolt Peak, Starlight Peak, North Palisade - July 2007

CA : High Sierra

Dec 27, 2007

Looking back at the North summit from the 2nd half of the traverse. You can see climbers contemplating their next cruxy downclimb. The section in the view is probably the most exposed and awkward stretch of the entire route - July 23, 2005

Looking back at the North summit from the 2nd half of the traverse. You can see climbers contemplating their next cruxy downclimb. The section in the view is probably the most exposed and awkward stre

CA : Yosemite National Park : ... : Matthes Crest Traverse - So... (5.7)

Dec 27, 2007

Mt. Mendel and Mt. Darwin from the outlet of Sapphire Lake - August 2006

Mt. Mendel and Mt. Darwin from the outlet of Sapphire Lake - August 2006

CA : High Sierra : Mt. Darwin

Dec 27, 2007

Steve Larson on East Ridge of Russell. Does this look like a 3rd class route to you!? Full winter conditions - October 24, 2005

Steve Larson on East Ridge of Russell. Does this look like a 3rd class route to you!? Full winter conditions - October 24, 2005

CA : High Sierra : ... : East Arete (3rd)

Dec 27, 2007

On the first ascent of Mt. Clarence King's NE Ridge (first attempt). That day we retreated shortly after taking this photo, and spent four hours descending a loose and treacherous face to get back to our camp. We came back two weeks later and finished the job. On our second and final attempt, it took us another 7-8 hours of highly exposed and exhilarating climbing to reach the summit from this point. <br /> <br />To put the distances in context, there is close to a mile between the camera and the mountain top. The ridge drops off about 400-500 vertical feet on each side.

On the first ascent of Mt. Clarence King's NE Ridge (first attempt). That day we retreated shortly after taking this photo, and spent four hours descending a loose and treacherous face to get back to

CA : High Sierra : ... : North East Ridge (full) (5.7+ PG13)

Dec 27, 2007

On the first ascent of Mt. Clarence King's NE Ridge (first attempt). There is still over a mile of technical climbing ahead. That day we retreated shortly after the large tower on the right and spent four hours descending a loose and treacherous face to get back to our camp. We came back two weeks later and finished the job.

On the first ascent of Mt. Clarence King's NE Ridge (first attempt). There is still over a mile of technical climbing ahead. That day we retreated shortly after the large tower on the right and spent

CA : High Sierra : ... : North East Ridge (full) (5.7+ PG13)

Dec 27, 2007

A crude topo map of our approach (from high camp) and climb of the NE Ridge

A crude topo map of our approach (from high camp) and climb of the NE Ridge

CA : High Sierra : ... : North East Ridge (full) (5.7+ PG13)

Dec 27, 2007

Simul-climbing early on the NE Ridge - September 16, 2006

Simul-climbing early on the NE Ridge - September 16, 2006

CA : High Sierra : ... : North East Ridge (full) (5.7+ PG13)

Dec 27, 2007

This how the beginning of the technical section of the NE Ridge looks like from where we gained the crest - September 16, 2006

This how the beginning of the technical section of the NE Ridge looks like from where we gained the crest - September 16, 2006

CA : High Sierra : ... : North East Ridge (full) (5.7+ PG13)

Dec 27, 2007

3rd class approach gully from Sixty Lakes Basin to the crest of NE Ridge - September 16, 2006

3rd class approach gully from Sixty Lakes Basin to the crest of NE Ridge - September 16, 2006

CA : High Sierra : ... : North East Ridge (full) (5.7+ PG13)

Dec 27, 2007

On the first ascent of NE Ridge of Mt. Clarence King (Grade IV+, 5.7) in Kings Canyon NP. Our prize is looming in the background. We still have seven hours of intense and gripping climbing to go before our unplanned cold bivouac on the summit ridge. Here Pavel and I are simul-climbing at approximately half-way point. On the left side is East Ridge. The mountain on the left side (background) is Cotter - September 16, 2006

On the first ascent of NE Ridge of Mt. Clarence King (Grade IV+, 5.7) in Kings Canyon NP. Our prize is looming in the background. We still have seven hours of intense and gripping climbing to go befor

CA : High Sierra : ... : North East Ridge (full) (5.7+ PG13)

Dec 27, 2007

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