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Member Since: Jan 1, 2001
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Areas = 15
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All 717 | Routes 71 | Areas 7 | Photos 16 | Page Improvements | Comments 91 | Posts 151 | Stars 212 | Ratings 169
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Contributed Areas

Name Location Date

Cloud Shadow

CO : Boulder : Flagstaff

Jan 1, 2001

Beer Barrel Boulder

CO : Boulder : Flagstaff

Jan 1, 2001

Red Wall

CO : Boulder : Flagstaff

Jan 1, 2001

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
There's not enough photos of this problem on Mount...

There's not enough photos of this problem on Mountain Project.

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : The Kind (V5)

Jul 15, 2014

Another beta photo of this excellent line.

Another beta photo of this excellent line.

NM : Sandia Mountains : ... : Warpy Moople (5.9 R)

Jul 14, 2014

Memorial to my friend Ross Richter just past the f...

Memorial to my friend Ross Richter just past the friendship boulders down by the bridge across the stream. I taught Ross how to climb on these boulders and gave him his first pair of climbing shoes.

CO : Estes Park Valley : ... : Friendship Boulder

Jul 2, 2014

Miles of virgin? terrain just outside Albuquerque.

Miles of virgin? terrain just outside Albuquerque.

NM : Sandia Mountains : ... : Knife Edge (Easy 5th)

Jul 1, 2014

Such a cool feature to have in our backyard.

Such a cool feature to have in our backyard.

NM : Sandia Mountains : ... : Knife Edge (Easy 5th)

Jul 1, 2014

The base of the shield.

The base of the shield.

NM : Sandia Mountains : ... : Shield

Jul 1, 2014

looking toward the harder lines on this wall.

looking toward the harder lines on this wall.

NM : Sandia Mountains : ... : Clandestine Wall

Jul 1, 2014

Stewart coming up the top of the arete.  The yello...

Stewart coming up the top of the arete. The yellow toenails are from the dye in my climbing shoes, I swear!

NM : Sandia Mountains : ... : Birth of the Cool (5.11-)

Jul 1, 2014

The seldom photographed Alioth.  Impressive wall!

The seldom photographed Alioth. Impressive wall!

NM : Sandia Mountains : ... : Alioth

Jul 1, 2014

About to start the crux moves.

About to start the crux moves.

CO : Shelf Road : ... : Cure For The Common Crimp (5.13a)

Jan 1, 2014

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General Climbing : I know someone can do bette... : Post

Feb 16, 2012

mexico

mexico

Patrick Vernon : me

May 30, 2008

training

training

Patrick Vernon : me

May 30, 2008

one hot guy

one hot guy

Patrick Vernon : me

Jan 11, 2007

Patrick Vernon

Patrick Vernon

Patrick Vernon : First Photo Album

Jan 17, 2005

Pat Vernon, climbing BAREFOOT! What a hardman....

Pat Vernon, climbing BAREFOOT! What a hardman....

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : Northcutt Start (5.10d)

Jan 1, 2001

Contributed Comments

 

Location: CO : Rifle : Rifle Mountain Park : Ice Cave Walls : Upper Ice Caves (Feline are... : Ledged Assault (5.11c/d)
By: Patrick Vernon When: Oct 21, 2014

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Comments: I only TR'd this route after a day of climbing, but, man, what a line! This looks a little chossy from the ground, but the climbing is stellar, and it is not yet polished from the masses. The movement through the 25 feet of crux climbing is absolutely classic, like tricky Eldo climbing... but better! This seemed all of .11d, probably harder in some areas.


Location: NM : Albuquerque Area Climbing : Sandia Mountains : Pino Wall & Jawbone : Pino Wall : Red Dawn (5.11c)
By: Patrick Vernon When: Sep 11, 2014

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Comments: I thought this was the best of the trilogy of harder routes on the south face of Pino. This one has a mostly natural line that travels straight up the "nose" for a continuously airy and memorable experience on the last two pitches with some excellent climbing; equal parts technical and burl. The first two pitches might leave something to be desired for some people, but I thoroughly enjoyed them as well! A cool crack, some tufas... good stuff. Excellent climb.


Location: CO : Alpine Rock : RMNP - Rock : Glacier Gorge : Spearhead : North Ridge (5.6)
By: Patrick Vernon When: Aug 3, 2014

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Comments: A bit of context here: I wrote this route description when this site was just being conceived, long before any of us knew what the site was our would become to be. The only existing routes on this site were buildering routes on the engineering building at CU. There were 6 registered users, and we probably received 10 visits a week or something. The main climbing site on the internet was rec.climbing.

I submitted some brief descriptions of routes to Myke on a floppy disk as a sort of quick, g... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Easter Rock : Evermore (5.12d)
By: Patrick Vernon When: Jul 9, 2014

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Comments: Or you guys could use the obvious finger lock, no dyno required!


Location: NM : Albuquerque Area Climbing : Big Block : Bouldering Cave : The Baseball Problem (V8)
By: Patrick Vernon When: Jul 2, 2014

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Comments: Some beta on this problem. The last move, right where I fall, is the crux. This problem has some very angular holds that eventually cut into your hands in all the wrong spots if you keep trying it multiple times (like I did). Otherwise it is a good problem with decent movement.




Location: NM : Albuquerque Area Climbing : Sandia Mountains : Pino Wall & Jawbone : Pino Wall
By: Patrick Vernon When: Jul 1, 2014

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Comments: The approach to Pino wall is quite short from the tram terminal, probably only 15-20 minutes when you have it dialed. Take the crest trail south from the tram terminal through the woods. After about 5 minutes on the right there is a faint rocky trail to the crest. Take this to the crest and then find the hard to see two cinder block supports mentioned in the guidebook about 200 feet southeast along the crest. Just before the blocks is a small cairn marking the proper descent from the crest. ... more >>


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