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Sauratown and (faintly) Pilot Mountain can be seen in the distance from the Central Wall at Moore's.
The awesome "Indian Head" feature that looms over the North End. Seen here looking up over Nevermore (the 5.8 one). This pic isn't great, but it is mighty impressive looking from the ground. I'll replace it with something better if I get out there with a real camera sometime.
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View of the amphitheater area as seen from the clearing on the way in. Kind of poor quality but after I zoomed and discovered the "where's waldo" aspect I had to post it. It was the first 75 degree day of the year (3/21/10) and everyone was out.
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By saxfiend
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From: Decatur, GA
Mar 30, 2010

Fun "can you find the hidden climbers" photo. Could you tell us what routes they're on? I can't quite tell what I'm looking at.

75 degrees at Moore's Wall in March . . . wish I'd been there!

By Matt Westlake
Mar 30, 2010

There are 5 of them that I could find, and it takes a bit of looking. I think we are looking at a leader belaying a follower on Step and Fetch, someone at the topout of Golden Earring, someone setting up a rappel on the station near Wailing Wall and someone on top of Stab in the Dark/etc although I can't tell if they are climbing or belaying.

It was a beautiful day and accordingly crowded. I've never seen the parking lot so full.

By Anne McLaughlin
Aug 10, 2010

Very neat picture. Also fun to see two people I know (but whom I don't think know each other) discussing climbing. Hi John! Hi Matt!

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View of the amphitheater area as seen from the clearing on the way in. Kind of poor quality but after I zoomed and discovered the "where's waldo" aspect I had to post it. It was the first 75 degree day of the year (3/21/10) and everyone was out.

Submitted By: Matt Westlake on Mar 29, 2010
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