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Starting the fourth class downclimb.  Photo by Ted. August 2007.


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Photo Caption Location Date
Josh finishing the crux of P3 of The Great Escape.

Josh finishing the crux of P3 of The Great Escape.

CA : Yosemite National Park : ... : The Great Escape (5.11c)

Jun 10, 2008

Josh at the crux of P3 of The Great Escape.

Josh at the crux of P3 of The Great Escape.

CA : Yosemite National Park : ... : The Great Escape (5.11c)

Jun 10, 2008

Josh coming up P3 of The Great Escape.

Josh coming up P3 of The Great Escape.

CA : Yosemite National Park : ... : The Great Escape (5.11c)

Jun 10, 2008

Another shot of the Sheriff's Badge from The Terrace.

Another shot of the Sheriff's Badge from The Terrace.

North America : Canada : ... : The Sheriff's Badge

May 26, 2008

Looking up at the Sheriff's Badge from the right side of The Terrace.  The corner with the prominent flake contains the first two pitches of The Daily Planet (the first belay is just below the flake).

Looking up at the Sheriff's Badge from the right side of The Terrace. The corner with the prominent flake contains the first two pitches of The Daily Planet (the first belay is just below the flake).

North America : Canada : ... : The Sheriff's Badge

May 26, 2008

Brad wishing he had saved the right gear for the roof (#.75 Camalot).  Once he pulled around the roof he wanted those pieces even more.

Brad wishing he had saved the right gear for the roof (#.75 Camalot). Once he pulled around the roof he wanted those pieces even more.

North America : Canada : ... : Blazing Saddles (5.10b)

May 26, 2008

Brad leading the second pitch of Borderline.  The 11c crux is visible above, but Brad is traversing over to approach Blazing Saddles.  Done this way, the pitch is 5.9, although before making the traverse, it looks like it's going to be harder.

Brad leading the second pitch of Borderline. The 11c crux is visible above, but Brad is traversing over to approach Blazing Saddles. Done this way, the pitch is 5.9, although before making the trave

North America : Canada : ... : Blazing Saddles (5.10b)

May 25, 2008

The first pitch of Borderline.  Brad was sorting a rope tangle so I got out the camera.  In the forest, the wall has a cragging atmosphere, but as soon as you're actually on the face, with the Sheriff's Badge above and views all around the Squamish Valley, it suddenly feels like a very big wall.

The first pitch of Borderline. Brad was sorting a rope tangle so I got out the camera. In the forest, the wall has a cragging atmosphere, but as soon as you're actually on the face, with the Sheriff

North America : Canada : ... : Blazing Saddles (5.10b)

May 25, 2008

The last moves of Quickdraw.  The long distance between the third and fourth bolts makes moving to the crack even more tempting.

The last moves of Quickdraw. The long distance between the third and fourth bolts makes moving to the crack even more tempting.

North America : Canada : ... : Quickdraw (5.11a)

May 25, 2008

Brad leading the second pitch of Quickdraw.  As the description indicates, and the guidebook points out, the slightly contrived nature of the route makes switching to the crack of Philistine Groove the most logical choice.

Brad leading the second pitch of Quickdraw. As the description indicates, and the guidebook points out, the slightly contrived nature of the route makes switching to the crack of Philistine Groove th

North America : Canada : ... : Quickdraw (5.11a)

May 25, 2008

Brad almost done Quickdraw.  The combination of body english, arete pinching and smearing required by this route is evident.

Brad almost done Quickdraw. The combination of body english, arete pinching and smearing required by this route is evident.

North America : Canada : ... : Quickdraw (5.11a)

May 25, 2008

Brad following the second pitch of Quickdraw.

Brad following the second pitch of Quickdraw.

North America : Canada : ... : Quickdraw (5.11a)

May 25, 2008

A stitched together panoramic of the north walls of the Chief taken from the loop trail in the Smoke Bluffs just above the far right side of Ronin's Corner. <br /> <br />Angel's Crest runs up the edge visible in the middle of the image, just left of the Sheriff's Badge.

A stitched together panoramic of the north walls of the Chief taken from the loop trail in the Smoke Bluffs just above the far right side of Ronin's Corner. Angel's Crest runs up the edge visible in

North America : Canada : ... : The Chief

May 4, 2008

Unknown climber in the middle of a mini-epic on Supervalue.  His partner has lowered off the last bolt before the climb moves to the face and into the tough face cracks.  Unfortunely, he didn't tie into the leader's end of the rope before starting up, so when he gets to the bolt the leader lowered on, he will have unclipped from all the rest of the gear.  I'm sure they figured it out in the end.

Unknown climber in the middle of a mini-epic on Supervalue. His partner has lowered off the last bolt before the climb moves to the face and into the tough face cracks. Unfortunely, he didn't tie in

North America : Canada : ... : Supervalue (5.10c)

May 4, 2008

Looking down Shannon Falls from near the end of the Upper Shannon Falls Trail.  This trail makes a nice hike on a rest day.  It starts up the Chief back side trail by Oleson Creek, but takes a right at the first BC Parks signpost.  From the post it's almost another hour to the very end of the trail.

Looking down Shannon Falls from near the end of the Upper Shannon Falls Trail. This trail makes a nice hike on a rest day. It starts up the Chief back side trail by Oleson Creek, but takes a right a

North America : Canada : ... : Shannon Falls

May 4, 2008

Upper Shannon Falls.  This is where Shannon Falls begins to drop.  The Elevation here is about 400m.  The tourist trail at the bottom of the falls is no more than 100m above sea level.

Upper Shannon Falls. This is where Shannon Falls begins to drop. The Elevation here is about 400m. The tourist trail at the bottom of the falls is no more than 100m above sea level.

North America : Canada : ... : Shannon Falls

May 4, 2008

The view from the top of The Solarium.

The view from the top of The Solarium.

North America : Canada : ... : Sunblessed (5.10c PG13)

Apr 24, 2008

Brad in middle of the third pitch.

Brad in middle of the third pitch.

North America : Canada : ... : Sunblessed (5.10c PG13)

Apr 24, 2008

Brad starting up the third pitch.

Brad starting up the third pitch.

North America : Canada : ... : Sunblessed (5.10c PG13)

Apr 24, 2008

Starting the third pitch corner.  This is where the crack is the widest and the most flared.  Fortunately some stemming, palming and careful pulling on the flared lip of the crack will get you to the bolt.  After the bolt the crack starts to accept more confidence-inspiring gear.

Starting the third pitch corner. This is where the crack is the widest and the most flared. Fortunately some stemming, palming and careful pulling on the flared lip of the crack will get you to the

North America : Canada : ... : Sunblessed (5.10c PG13)

Apr 24, 2008

Heading up the easy terrain before the third pitch corner.

Heading up the easy terrain before the third pitch corner.

North America : Canada : ... : Sunblessed (5.10c PG13)

Apr 24, 2008

Looking down the second pitch just before heading to the anchor.

Looking down the second pitch just before heading to the anchor.

North America : Canada : ... : Sunblessed (5.10c PG13)

Apr 24, 2008

Brad finishing the first pitch of Sunblessed.

Brad finishing the first pitch of Sunblessed.

North America : Canada : ... : Sunblessed (5.10c PG13)

Apr 24, 2008

Another route overview.  The third pitch out of sight behind the buttress.

Another route overview. The third pitch out of sight behind the buttress.

North America : Canada : ... : Sunblessed (5.10c PG13)

Apr 24, 2008

Alex catching a TR on the 11b/c

Alex catching a TR on the 11b/c

North America : Canada : ... : Leonard Cohen Crag

Apr 5, 2008

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