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Member Since: Jan 1, 2002
Last Visit: Oct 28, 2012
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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All 59 | Routes 1 | Areas | Photos 14 | Page Improvements | Comments 29 | Posts 6 | Stars 7 | Ratings 2
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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Galactic Warrior

5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b (3)

Trad

CO : Flatirons : ... : East Ridge

Jan 1, 2002

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Annapurna BC

Annapurna BC

Tonya Clement : Everest Base Camp

Oct 23, 2009

After 45 days, time to shave the legs.

After 45 days, time to shave the legs.

Tonya Clement : Everest Base Camp

Apr 21, 2008

Skywalker on July 4, 2007.

Skywalker on July 4, 2007.

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : Skywalker Couloir

Jul 4, 2007

Lower half of KeeMoSabe.

Lower half of KeeMoSabe.

CO : Lyons : ... : KeeMoSabe (5.9)

May 31, 2003

On P4...very sketchy and very nervous.

On P4...very sketchy and very nervous.

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : Ruper (5.8+)

May 31, 2003

Will leading the scary off width.

Will leading the scary off width.

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : Ruper (5.8+)

May 31, 2003

Look Mom, I survived the traverse.

Look Mom, I survived the traverse.

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : Rewritten (5.7)

May 30, 2003

Will climbing P1 in Chacos...he forgot his shoes! ...

Will climbing P1 in Chacos...he forgot his shoes! He will kill me for posting this.

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : Rewritten (5.7)

May 30, 2003

East Face taked from the North/East trail approach...

East Face taked from the North/East trail approach.

CO : Flatirons : ... : East Face North Side/Seal R... (5.4)

May 28, 2003

View of the East Face on the approach from the Nor...

View of the East Face on the approach from the North East.

CO : Flatirons : ... : The Goose

May 28, 2003

The fun crack on P3!

The fun crack on P3!

CO : Flatirons : ... : Shortcut (East Face) (5.4)

May 28, 2003

The base of the climb.

The base of the climb.

CO : Lyons : ... : Upside The Cranium (5.10c)

Apr 13, 2003

Upper third of the pitch.

Upper third of the pitch.

CO : Lyons : ... : Upside The Cranium (5.10c)

Apr 13, 2003

From the base of the climb.

From the base of the climb.

CO : Lyons : ... : Casual Corner (5.8+)

Apr 13, 2003

Contributed Comments

 

Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : The West Ridge : West Ridge - part C - Pony ... : Wind Tunnel (5.7 R)
By: Tonya Clement When: Apr 19, 2008

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Comments: Who knows if we were on route or not but we had fun. From the ground we could see a tree with slings just above and slightly right a nice slab with what appeared to be little to no gear placements. We started up just to the right side of this slab where gear could be placed in a crack system. We were forced to traverse back slightly left and on up to the visible tree with slings. This was a fun 5.7 and as others say, you could stop here.

But NO, we had to keep going. The next pitch did r... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : The Bihedral Area : The Bihedral (Upper Tier) : Dan's Line (5.8)
By: Tonya Clement When: Jul 15, 2007

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Comments: Excellent route that felt like a true 5.8. Rarely do I lead a climb without first following someone else up the route. I know, I am a sissy. Anyhow, I led this one without any previous awareness. It was a blast. It held my attention but never scared me. Great route. I highly recommend it.


Location: CO : Alpine Rock : Indian Peaks : Arapahoe Peaks : Skywalker Couloir
By: Tonya Clement When: Jul 4, 2007

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Comments: Had to avoid the heat in Boulder so we climbed Skywalker today, July 4, 2007. We were surprised to find the snow in great shape (styrafoam) all the way up to the Princess Leia finish where we found the snow band to be very narrow (less than 3 feet and rotten. It was so crumbly that we removed our crampons and climbed to the right on the rock for approximately 80 feet until we could regain the couloir higher up. The rock was a bit more difficult than a scramble...felt like 5.4 given we had hea... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : Redgarden Wall : Redgarden - Tower One : The Yellow Spur (5.9)
By: Tonya Clement When: Jul 26, 2004

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Comments: After numerous tries, I finally figured out how to pull the overhang on P1. This used to pump me out and make me sad. The key is to get your feet high by grabbing an undercling with the left hand and laying it back a bit. This enabled me to back step with my right foot and then stand up and grab great holds near the pin. There is one other key....keep moving...the slightest hesitation can cause a flash pump.


Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : The Bastille : The Bastille - W Face : Breakfast in Bed (5.8)
By: Tonya Clement When: Jul 26, 2004

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Comments: I love this climb! The crux is directly off the ledge and yes, you want your piece to be bomber. I place a red Camalot in a slot on the edge of the mantle...quickly pull up and reach for the bomber hold as Ron mentioned on the left-facing dihedral. The climb continues to back off the higher you go. This is a long fun pitch. You can walk off the standard Bastille descent.


Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : The West Ridge : West Ridge - part C - Pony ... : Dandi-Line (5.7)
By: Tonya Clement When: Jul 17, 2004

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Comments: This climb is lots of fun for a 5.7 and much easier than its sidekick Mescaline. I agree with James, I good choice for one of your earlier 5.7 leads in Eldo....it is a confidence builder. You gotta be careful of the loose rocks on the higher ledges and if toproping, I suggest setting up a back up anchor to save stress on the tree....it is a small tree.


Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : Redgarden Wall : Redgarden - S Buttress : The Flakes (5.9)
By: Tonya Clement When: Apr 17, 2004

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Comments: This is a great after work route. It got my attention right off the ground. My left leg would not stop shaking. I think it is a bit below a 9 but a stiff 8 so I give it an 8+. I felt the protection was always good and there was always a solid hand or foot hold. The challenge was just getting the confidence to lay back the lower section and trust that if I kept moving the next good hand or foot would appear. It always did. There were just brief moments of fear from the unknown. To sum it ... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Eldorado Canyon SP : The West Ridge : West Ridge - part E - top t... : S&M (5.7)
By: Tonya Clement When: Mar 28, 2004

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Comments: I climbed this today and really enjoyed it. During the run out sections at the bottom, there were great hand holds and good foot placements .... the rock felt pretty solid to me. As the route got a little more difficult, I was able to find more and more pro. Bring a couple long slings for the traverse. When my partner got to the top, it was a full blown snow storm (yep today). It was not at all obvious to us that we could walk off to the South. We found a two bolt rap anchor just South Ea... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Bitty Buttress : Bitty Buttress (5.8+)
By: Tonya Clement When: Jan 12, 2004

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Comments: This route is incredible to do on sunny winter days. It was a no shell or jacket day.Getting off the ground just above the fallen dead tree log feels a bit challenging. After moving six feet up, I found myself moving left to step up a few ledges before traversing back right. The majority of P1 is pure bliss....fun climbing with great gear placements. You just keep moving up and the route will push you to step left out onto the face (near the end of the pitch).Getting off the ledge on the star... more >>


Location: CO : Estes Park Valley : Lumpy Ridge : Sundance Buttress : Kor's Flake (5.7)
By: Tonya Clement When: Sep 21, 2003

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Comments: I wish I read this site and set a 2nd belay 30 feet up the flake just before the O/W so that my partner would end up doing the O/W instead of me. I started up the O/W and didn't see any gear placements....all the way I wished I had a couple big bros as they would have been perfect. For the bulk of this O/W I stayed on the outside but I didn't quite make it to the top of the flake. After what appeared to be 30+ feet of runout I got a bit freaked out and decided to do a body wedge into the thin... more >>


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