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Nick Stayner near the crux. Ryan Minton photo.


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Photo Caption Location Date
Jason Sloan near one of the cruxes.

Jason Sloan near one of the cruxes.

WY : Grand Teton National Park : ... : Blacktail Boulder Traverse (5.12 V5)

Jul 16, 2007

Some of the great views you encounter on this route.

Some of the great views you encounter on this route.

CA : Yosemite National Park : ... : Direct Northwest Face (5.10c)

Jun 6, 2007

Near the beginning of the crux pitch

Near the beginning of the crux pitch

CA : Yosemite National Park : ... : Direct Northwest Face (5.10c)

Jun 6, 2007

Trevor on this fun corner.

Trevor on this fun corner.

CA : Tahoe Vicinity : ... : God of Thunder (5.9 corner ... (5.9)

Jun 6, 2007

Jason approaching the crux roof of KB Capers.

Jason approaching the crux roof of KB Capers.

NC : Ship Rock : ... : KB Capers (5.10a)

Apr 30, 2007

Jason near the top of Borrowed Time. Photo shows the cruiser 5.7 crack. Bouldery 5.9 crux down low isn't shown.  <br />

Jason near the top of Borrowed Time. Photo shows the cruiser 5.7 crack. Bouldery 5.9 crux down low isn't shown.

NC : Ship Rock : ... : Borrowed Time (5.9)

Apr 30, 2007

Kelby on Gallatin Tower's standard first pitch.

Kelby on Gallatin Tower's standard first pitch.

MT : Gallatin Canyon : ... : Standard Route (5.9)

Apr 6, 2007

Scree O'Connell demonstrating one of many uses for the BD nut tool on the summit of Gallatin Tower. Cinco de Mayo 2004. <br />Gallatin Canyon limestone buttresses in the background.

Scree O'Connell demonstrating one of many uses for the BD nut tool on the summit of Gallatin Tower. Cinco de Mayo 2004. Gallatin Canyon limestone buttresses in the background.

MT : Gallatin Canyon : Gallatin Tower

Apr 6, 2007

The east side of Gallatin Canyon from the top of Gallatin Tower.

The east side of Gallatin Canyon from the top of Gallatin Tower.

MT : Gallatin Canyon

Apr 6, 2007

Austin Proctor near the crux of Harpoon, his first 5.10 lead.

Austin Proctor near the crux of Harpoon, his first 5.10 lead.

NC : Ship Rock : ... : Harpoon (5.10a)

Apr 1, 2007

Ron Funderburke nearing the second crux of BOG Man.

Ron Funderburke nearing the second crux of BOG Man.

NC : Ship Rock : ... : BOG Man (5.11a)

Apr 1, 2007

Ron Funderburke on BOG Man's first pitch.

Ron Funderburke on BOG Man's first pitch.

NC : Ship Rock : ... : BOG Man (5.11a)

Apr 1, 2007

Unknown climber on the first pitch of Boardwalk.

Unknown climber on the first pitch of Boardwalk.

NC : Ship Rock : ... : Boardwalk (5.8)

Apr 1, 2007

A closer look at the route from the base. Crux visible (overhanging face on right side of dihedral), as well as most of the upper section.

A closer look at the route from the base. Crux visible (overhanging face on right side of dihedral), as well as most of the upper section.

WY : Grand Teton National Park : ... : Manufactured Crisis (5.11b R)

Jul 8, 2006

Manufactured Crisis follows the dihedral on the left side of the big black roof. Taken from the main Death Canyon trail.

Manufactured Crisis follows the dihedral on the left side of the big black roof. Taken from the main Death Canyon trail.

WY : Grand Teton National Park : ... : Manufactured Crisis (5.11b R)

Jul 8, 2006

Traversing out the undercling. Pretty good exposure!

Traversing out the undercling. Pretty good exposure!

WY : Grand Teton National Park : ... : Open Book (5.9)

Mar 23, 2006

The 5.9 handcrack variation on Guide's Wall. Can feel thin if your hands are large like mine! The awesome roof looms above.

The 5.9 handcrack variation on Guide's Wall. Can feel thin if your hands are large like mine! The awesome roof looms above.

WY : Grand Teton National Park : ... : Guide's Wall (5.8)

Mar 9, 2006

A buddy following the 5.8 pitch of No Perches, early season.

A buddy following the 5.8 pitch of No Perches, early season.

WY : Grand Teton National Park : ... : No Perches Necessary (5.9)

Mar 9, 2006

Kelby Fisher on one of the most classic pitches anywhere, which combines two of the craziest features of the route: the "window" and this awesome hand traverse.

Kelby Fisher on one of the most classic pitches anywhere, which combines two of the craziest features of the route: the "window" and this awesome hand traverse.

WY : Grand Teton National Park : ... : Direct Petzoldt Ridge (5.7)

Mar 8, 2006

The southern side of the Grand, showcasing three classic ridges: The Exum, Petzodlt, and Underhill (from left to right). Also note the Black Dike, an approach landmark.

The southern side of the Grand, showcasing three classic ridges: The Exum, Petzodlt, and Underhill (from left to right). Also note the Black Dike, an approach landmark.

WY : Grand Teton National Park : Grand Teton

Mar 6, 2006

Looking south from the Grand Teton summit. From right to left: Middle Teton, South Teton, Icecream Cone, Spalding Peak, Gilkey Tower, Cloudveil Dome, Nez Perce. The two big peaks in the background are Mt. Wister and Buck Mountain.

Looking south from the Grand Teton summit. From right to left: Middle Teton, South Teton, Icecream Cone, Spalding Peak, Gilkey Tower, Cloudveil Dome, Nez Perce. The two big peaks in the background are

WY : Grand Teton National Park

Mar 6, 2006

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