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Photo Caption Location Date
Mike Houston enjoying the easier climbing to the upper anchor.

Mike Houston enjoying the easier climbing to the upper anchor.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Dragnet (5.11a)

Apr 30, 2009

Mike Houston at the third crux, just below the first 2-bolt anchor.

Mike Houston at the third crux, just below the first 2-bolt anchor.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Dragnet (5.11a)

Apr 30, 2009

The long arrow points out the right-facing dihedral of the Water Line.  The shorter arrow shows the walk-off.

The long arrow points out the right-facing dihedral of the Water Line. The shorter arrow shows the walk-off.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Water Line (?) (5.8 PG13)

Apr 25, 2009

The lower half of the Water Line.

The lower half of the Water Line.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Water Line (?) (5.8 PG13)

Apr 25, 2009

Another shot of the east face of the South Buttress.

Another shot of the east face of the South Buttress.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : South Buttress (?)

Apr 25, 2009

This shows the upper part of the east face of the South Buttress, with the Pinnacle on the right side of the picture.

This shows the upper part of the east face of the South Buttress, with the Pinnacle on the right side of the picture.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : South Buttress (?)

Apr 25, 2009

This picture shows the South Ridge of the Red Spire, which starts in the cave-like feature where the red rock meets the white rock.  The route climbs the crack through the roof, then continues on easier terrain up the ridge to the summit.  I placed a 0.5, 0.75,1, and 2 Camalot, along with a couple stoppers.  There's one old piton just above the roof.

This picture shows the South Ridge of the Red Spire, which starts in the cave-like feature where the red rock meets the white rock. The route climbs the crack through the roof, then continues on easi

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : South Ridge, Red Spire (5.8 R)

Apr 22, 2009

The rope in this photo shows the leftward rising traverse of Eddyline.  Pennie cleaned the last quickdraw while being lowered, which allowed the rope to run a lot straighter from the anchor to the second.

The rope in this photo shows the leftward rising traverse of Eddyline. Pennie cleaned the last quickdraw while being lowered, which allowed the rope to run a lot straighter from the anchor to the sec

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Eddyline (5.10a)

Apr 15, 2009

Pennie Schwalm near the top of Eddyline.

Pennie Schwalm near the top of Eddyline.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Eddyline (5.10a)

Apr 15, 2009

At The Ripple Effect anchor.

At The Ripple Effect anchor.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : The Ripple Effect (5.11a/b)

Apr 15, 2009

The yellow line shows the Nose, with the belay above the roof.  The red line shows Alabama Crack with the belay on the arete.  There are large loose blocks just below the last fixed piton near the top of Alabama.  Hope this helps!

The yellow line shows the Nose, with the belay above the roof. The red line shows Alabama Crack with the belay on the arete. There are large loose blocks just below the last fixed piton near the top

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Alabama Crack (5.9)

Apr 12, 2009

The Alabama Crack splits the west face.  The Nose goes out directly over the roof.

The Alabama Crack splits the west face. The Nose goes out directly over the roof.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Alabama Crack (5.9)

Apr 7, 2009

Sun Slab showing three routes, from left to right:  Sizzle (yellow), El Nino (red), and Slant Eye (blue).

Sun Slab showing three routes, from left to right: Sizzle (yellow), El Nino (red), and Slant Eye (blue).

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Sun Slabs

Apr 5, 2009

Bill Weiss descends.  He's just a little below the crux in this photo.

Bill Weiss descends. He's just a little below the crux in this photo.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : No Ethics Required (5.10b)

Mar 19, 2009

Bill Weiss just below the crux.

Bill Weiss just below the crux.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : No Ethics Required (5.10b)

Mar 19, 2009

Bill Weiss just getting started.

Bill Weiss just getting started.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : No Ethics Required (5.10b)

Mar 19, 2009

The West Face of North Gateway Rock, showing a handful of routes, as follows: <br /> <br />A (yellow) = Borgoff's Blunder <br />B (green) = Rainbow Bridge <br />C (blue) = Men at Work <br />D (turquoise) = Pete and Bob's <br />E (purple) = Indecent Exposure <br /> <br />Hope that helps.

The West Face of North Gateway Rock, showing a handful of routes, as follows: A (yellow) = Borgoff's Blunder B (green) = Rainbow Bridge C (blue) = Men at Work D (turquoise) = Pete and Bob's E (purple

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Borgoff's Blunder (5.10a)

Feb 5, 2009

The West Face of North Gateway Rock, showing a handful of routes, as follows: <br /> <br />A (yellow) = Borgoff's Blunder <br />B (green) = Rainbow Bridge <br />C (blue) = Men at Work <br />D (turquoise) = Pete and Bob's <br />E (purple) = Indecent Exposure <br /> <br />Hope that helps.

The West Face of North Gateway Rock, showing a handful of routes, as follows: A (yellow) = Borgoff's Blunder B (green) = Rainbow Bridge C (blue) = Men at Work D (turquoise) = Pete and Bob's E (purple

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Pete & Bob's (5.11-)

Feb 5, 2009

The West Face of North Gateway Rock, showing a handful of routes, as follows: <br /> <br />A (yellow) = Borgoff's Blunder <br />B (green) = Rainbow Bridge <br />C (blue) = Men at Work <br />D (turquoise) = Pete and Bob's <br />E (purple) = Indecent Exposure <br /> <br />Hope that helps.

The West Face of North Gateway Rock, showing a handful of routes, as follows: A (yellow) = Borgoff's Blunder B (green) = Rainbow Bridge C (blue) = Men at Work D (turquoise) = Pete and Bob's E (purple

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : North Gateway Rock

Feb 5, 2009

Mike Houston relishes another great Garden adventure pitch on a perfect day in February.

Mike Houston relishes another great Garden adventure pitch on a perfect day in February.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Upper Finger Traverse (5.9 PG13)

Feb 5, 2009

Pulling through the potholes while laughing at the protection.

Pulling through the potholes while laughing at the protection.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Upper Finger Traverse (5.9 PG13)

Feb 5, 2009

Through the second crux.  You can breathe a little now!

Through the second crux. You can breathe a little now!

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Upper Finger Traverse (5.9 PG13)

Feb 5, 2009

Through the first crux.  Get ready for more fun!

Through the first crux. Get ready for more fun!

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Upper Finger Traverse (5.9 PG13)

Feb 5, 2009

Mike Houston just leaving the belay.

Mike Houston just leaving the belay.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Upper Finger Traverse (5.9 PG13)

Feb 5, 2009

The route is shown in yellow, with fixed protection marked as red Xs.  Click on the image to view full size, then click on it again to zoom.

The route is shown in yellow, with fixed protection marked as red Xs. Click on the image to view full size, then click on it again to zoom.

CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Upper Finger Traverse (5.9 PG13)

Feb 5, 2009

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