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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Granite slab at Marble Fork overlook in Sequoia NP, CA

Granite slab at Marble Fork overlook in Sequoia NP, CA

CA : Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP : SEKI Bouldering

Mar 5, 2010

Cerro Fitz Roy

Cerro Fitz Roy

South America : Argentina : Patagonia

Mar 3, 2010

the west face of Moro Rock.  <br />Sequoia NP CA.

the west face of Moro Rock. Sequoia NP CA.

CA : Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP : Moro Rock (SEKI)

Mar 3, 2010

Me sends the Crack Boulder V4.

Me sends the Crack Boulder V4.

UT : Joe's Valley : ... : Handcrack (V4)

Mar 3, 2010

Ted K. goes all points off for a dyno on the asteroid boulder.

Ted K. goes all points off for a dyno on the asteroid boulder.

CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Asteroid Belt Circuit

Mar 3, 2010

me leading bear damage, a 5.9 slab on Moro Rock.  go up the first ~15 stairs of Moro Rock then head left and downhill to the bear damage crag.   <br />3 slabby sport routes in the 5.9-5.10 range & a 5.7 gear route on the left. or rap from railing to 2 bolt anchor.

me leading bear damage, a 5.9 slab on Moro Rock. go up the first ~15 stairs of Moro Rock then head left and downhill to the bear damage crag. 3 slabby sport routes in the 5.9-5.10 range & a 5.7 gea

CA : Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP : Moro Rock (SEKI)

Mar 2, 2010

my send look

my send look

Chad_N : sending

Mar 1, 2010

 mockery @ the 5 and dime cliff

mockery @ the 5 and dime cliff

CA : Yosemite National Park : ... : Mockery (5.8)

Mar 1, 2010

Castle Rock Spire and the Fin as seen from bobcat point.  Sequoia Natl. Park, CA.

Castle Rock Spire and the Fin as seen from bobcat point. Sequoia Natl. Park, CA.

CA : Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP : ... : Castle Rock Spire

Mar 1, 2010

Ted sends LHMFP at Josh.

Ted sends LHMFP at Josh.

CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Lynn Hill Memorial Face Pro... (V4)

Feb 26, 2010

Woodys arete  <br />V3 <br />roadside rocks

Woodys arete V3 roadside rocks

WV : Coopers Rock

Feb 26, 2010

Tulayno Lake: one of the highest lakes in the Sierras.  near Mt Russell

Tulayno Lake: one of the highest lakes in the Sierras. near Mt Russell

CA : Sierra Eastside

Feb 26, 2010

Knob Heaven on Pennies on the Patio, 5.9, Moro Rock, Sequoia Natl. Park CA

Knob Heaven on Pennies on the Patio, 5.9, Moro Rock, Sequoia Natl. Park CA

Chad_N : Sequoia Natl. Park

Feb 1, 2010

Mount Tronador

Mount Tronador

South America : Argentina : Patagonia

Jan 31, 2010

Bariloche, Argentina. <br />Mount Tronador

Bariloche, Argentina. Mount Tronador

South America : Argentina : Patagonia

Jan 31, 2010

Torres del Paine <br /> <br />Cuemo Principal (L) and Cuemo Este (R)

Torres del Paine Cuemo Principal (L) and Cuemo Este (R)

South America : Argentina : Patagonia

Jan 31, 2010

Fitz Roy

Fitz Roy

South America : Argentina : Patagonia

Jan 31, 2010

Fitz Roy

Fitz Roy

South America : Argentina : Patagonia

Jan 31, 2010

Contributed Comments

 

Location: CA : Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP : Tamarack Lake Area : Saber Ridge : Saber Ridge traverse, south... (5.7) : Photo
By: Chad_N When: Jul 16, 2014

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Comments: this is a great shot of the slot i mentioned on the Saber page comments. really fun hand crack that is the black crack that is left on the photo. trends left too.


Location: CA : Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP : Tamarack Lake Area : Saber Ridge : Saber Ridge traverse, south... (5.7)
By: Chad_N When: Jul 16, 2014

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Comments: This is fun ridge traverse climbing. Agree w/ fossana about the headwall being sustained and it's probably the crux. Several options here and it felt like I chose the easiest; felt like 5.7+ face climbing on crusty flakes and cracks. After the headwall is gained, climbing through the slot is fun as there is a perfect hand crack. Then the ridge fun begins. Some class 3 and 4 mixed in with mid-5th and anything up to 5.10 if you wish. I stuck with the all the easiest options and 5.7 is a ... more >>


Location: TX : Hueco Tanks : North Mountain : Central Wall : Uriah's Heap (5.7+)
By: Chad_N When: Feb 4, 2014

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Comments: P1 & P2 can be linked into 1 great pitch w/ a 70m.


Location: TX : Hueco Tanks : North Mountain : Central Wall : Banana Patch (5.10 PG13)
By: Chad_N When: Feb 4, 2014

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Comments: The thin crack climbs like a face since it isn't deep enough to jam in. A lot of face, lie-back and gaston will get you up to the step across move which is easy for a tall person. The thin gear is good. blue and yellow metolius cams. I placed an orange one for the step across move.


Location: TX : Hueco Tanks : North Mountain : Central Wall : Brain Dead (5.10+ PG13)
By: Chad_N When: Feb 4, 2014

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Comments: So much thin edge climbing all over this wall I may have been off route a bit a couple of times because I thought the bolts were poorly placed and it took a bit of traversing around to make clips. Good, sustained face climbing though. Not like the hueco jug hauls like malice or alice. Loose rock at the top. Hand size cams will build a good belay and we soloed up a right side short 5.6 crack to gain the top. Start on All the Nasties(the thin crack will protect w/ a small nut or green c3).


Location: TX : Hueco Tanks : North Mountain : Cakewalk Wall : Cakewalk (5.6)
By: Chad_N When: Dec 21, 2013

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Comments: our descent went like this. from George's description above, after scrambling up the big chockstone and seeing the corridor, continue up and right (east/SE) on a class 4ish move up a short wide crack. Then on top, walk east to gain the slabs and head towards mopboysV6.


Location: TX : Hueco Tanks : North Mountain : Indecent Exposure Buttress : Indecent Exposure (5.9+)
By: Chad_N When: Dec 19, 2013

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Comments: The traverse is airy, weird and fun! Small & med nuts do work well on both pitches. I think a #4 cam would protect well in amongst the slinged huecos on P1. I set up that same belay Jason talks about above with the 2nd bolt and nuts on P2. Works great for communication, especially if the wind is blowing, otherwise forget about it. Get your rope tugs down before-hand. Take lots of slings. Watch for loose rock. Have Fun!


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