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3rd Flatiron, Boulder, Colorado


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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Off Width (aka Stetson Stumble)

5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c (3)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 35'

MA : Rose Ledge

Jul 5, 2007

The West Rib

Steep Snow (9)

Snow, Alpine, 9200'

AK : Denali National Park : Mt. McKinley

Jun 24, 2007

Beginner's (aka Easy Corner)

5.5 4b 13 IV+ MS 4a (19)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 35'

MA : Rose Ledge

Jun 24, 2007

Tale of Two Cities (aka Whoops)

5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b (1)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 35'

MA : Rose Ledge

Jun 24, 2007

Fun Crack (aka Fist Fight)

5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a (8)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 20'

MA : Rose Ledge

Jun 24, 2007

Pendulum (aka Ben's Boot)

5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c (6)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 40'

MA : Rose Ledge

Mar 13, 2006

Double Helix (aka Rikert's Corner)

5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a (25)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 40'

MA : Rose Ledge

Mar 13, 2006

Widowmaker (aka Leave it to Beaver)

5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b (9)

TR, 1 pitch, 40'

MA : Rose Ledge

Mar 12, 2006

Guillotine (aka Double Overhead Cam)

5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c (28)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 40'

MA : Rose Ledge

Mar 12, 2006

Tennessee

5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b (20)

Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 40'

MA : Rose Ledge

Mar 12, 2006

Contributed Areas

Name Location Date

Rose Ledge

MA

Mar 12, 2006

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Tally O'Donnell on Quicksilver, belayed by brother Timothy O'Donnell. Lycra is shown for scale.

Tally O'Donnell on Quicksilver, belayed by brother Timothy O'Donnell. Lycra is shown for scale.

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : Unknown Center Variation ak... (5.11-)

Aug 1, 2011

3rd Flatiron, Boulder, Colorado

3rd Flatiron, Boulder, Colorado

Paul Crowder : Personal Photos

Feb 23, 2009

Todd Kube and Keyboard of the Winds, Rocky Mountain National Park

Todd Kube and Keyboard of the Winds, Rocky Mountain National Park

Paul Crowder : Personal Photos

Jul 17, 2008

The Ben's Boot outcrop, just a few minutes' walk up the trail from the Tennessee outcrop.  Al DeMaria (left) and Bryan MacDonald (right).

The Ben's Boot outcrop, just a few minutes' walk up the trail from the Tennessee outcrop. Al DeMaria (left) and Bryan MacDonald (right).

MA : Rose Ledge

Jul 6, 2007

The first view of the Tennessee outcrop as you walk up the trail at the base of Rose Ledge.  Guillotine (aka "Double Overhead Cam" and Widowmaker (aka "Leave it to Beaver") are prominent in the center of the photo.  Bryan MacDonald, left; and Al DeMaria, right.

The first view of the Tennessee outcrop as you walk up the trail at the base of Rose Ledge. Guillotine (aka "Double Overhead Cam" and Widowmaker (aka "Leave it to Beaver") are pro

MA : Rose Ledge

Jul 5, 2007

Summit shot in really stormy conditions.  Don't pass up an opportunity to advertise your beverage of choice.

Summit shot in really stormy conditions. Don't pass up an opportunity to advertise your beverage of choice.

AK : Denali National Park : ... : The West Rib (Steep Snow)

Jul 5, 2007

Tennessee (5.9 to 5.11), one of the most popular routes at Rose Ledge.

Tennessee (5.9 to 5.11), one of the most popular routes at Rose Ledge.

MA : Rose Ledge

Jul 5, 2007

Easy Corner (right of center).  Double Helix (aka Rikert's Corner) on the left, Stetson Stumble left of center.

Easy Corner (right of center). Double Helix (aka Rikert's Corner) on the left, Stetson Stumble left of center.

MA : Rose Ledge : Off Width (aka Stetson Stum... (5.8)

Jul 5, 2007

Bryan MacDonald examining Stetson Stumble (5.8).  Double Helix (5.9) is the crack on the left.

Bryan MacDonald examining Stetson Stumble (5.8). Double Helix (5.9) is the crack on the left.

MA : Rose Ledge : Off Width (aka Stetson Stum... (5.8)

Jul 5, 2007

A view from the West Rib cutoff of the West Buttress boot track, from Windy Corner (left) to the camp at 14,000 feet (center), to the fixed lines below 16,000 feet (right).

A view from the West Rib cutoff of the West Buttress boot track, from Windy Corner (left) to the camp at 14,000 feet (center), to the fixed lines below 16,000 feet (right).

AK : Denali National Park : ... : West Buttress (Mod. Snow)

Jun 25, 2007

The West Buttress camp at 14,000 feet, viewed from a point below the Orient Express, on the way up the West Rib cutoff.  The tents on the left side of the camp are staffed by the National Park Service, and typically include a rustic medical facility.  The ascent to this camp is via the boot track that is visible beyond the camp.  There are ice climbs on the steep ground above the boot track, on the flank of the West Buttress.  The West Buttress route ascends fixed lines on a slope that is just out of the photo, on the right.

The West Buttress camp at 14,000 feet, viewed from a point below the Orient Express, on the way up the West Rib cutoff. The tents on the left side of the camp are staffed by the National Park Service

AK : Denali National Park : ... : West Buttress (Mod. Snow)

Jun 25, 2007

The climb from the 14,000 foot camp, up the fixed lines and onto the West Buttress itself.  The Rescue Gully and the Messner Couloir are just out of the photo on the right.  This part of the route is the limit of my first hand knowledge (and photos) of the West Buttress, as I've climbed the Upper West Rib from this point.

The climb from the 14,000 foot camp, up the fixed lines and onto the West Buttress itself. The Rescue Gully and the Messner Couloir are just out of the photo on the right. This part of the route is

AK : Denali National Park : ... : West Buttress (Mod. Snow)

Jun 25, 2007

The Belly of the Beast: The west face of Denali, viewed from about 13,700 feet.  The large camp at 14,000 feet is just out of sight, on top of the plateau that cuts across the middle of this photo.  From this point you can see the West Buttress (ascend to the top of the Buttress via a slope & couloir just left of center), the Messner Couloir (just left of the large expanse of rock at center) and the Orient Express (right of center) on the west face of Denali.  High camps on the West Rib are in the center of the skyline on the right, and the West Rib ascends the upper slopes of the Orient Express.  The fuzz on top of the mountain is a giant cloud of wind blown snow, which suggests that it would be a really, really bad idea to go for the summit on this day.

The Belly of the Beast: The west face of Denali, viewed from about 13,700 feet. The large camp at 14,000 feet is just out of sight, on top of the plateau that cuts across the middle of this photo. F

AK : Denali National Park : ... : West Buttress (Mod. Snow)

Jun 25, 2007

Looking down the route from Windy Corner toward Squirrel Point, as climbers make their way up from 12,000 feet.  This stretch can be wonderfully sunny or brutally windswept, and may be snow covered (as in this photo) or an exposed scree field.  There's a reason they call it Windy Corner.  Guided teams commonly cache loads along this stretch and descend to "sleep low" in the camp at 11.300 feet.

Looking down the route from Windy Corner toward Squirrel Point, as climbers make their way up from 12,000 feet. This stretch can be wonderfully sunny or brutally windswept, and may be snow covered (a

AK : Denali National Park : ... : West Buttress (Mod. Snow)

Jun 25, 2007

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