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Rock Climbing Photo: Near the end of the bulging crux. Photo by Paul Re...

Near the end of the bulging crux. Photo by Paul Rezucha.

CO : Shelf Road : ... : Muscle Beach (5.11a)

Aug 30, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: A very cold morning in April '08.

A very cold morning in April '08.

CO : Shelf Road : ... : Third Stage (5.10b/c)

Aug 30, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: At the top of the last pitch you can turn left wit...

At the top of the last pitch you can turn left with back against the right wall and get a break from the jamming. The crack gets wider, and the last moves to the top are cruxy.

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Still hard! Getting through the "A"-shap...

Still hard! Getting through the "A"-shaped alcove below Paul is quite hard. Where Paul is is straightforward splitter jams but sustained. Higher up it gets a little strange as it gets wider.

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: At the final hard moves of the P4 crux crack. You ...

At the final hard moves of the P4 crux crack. You really have to milk the (only) several rests on this pitch. I did not successfully do that on this attempt. Photo by Paul Rezucha.

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: The P3 "5.9" layback was the easiest par...

The P3 "5.9" layback was the easiest part of the climb. If you're into that sort of thing, you may be able squeeze through the slot and avoid the layback. The P4 crux crack is visible at the

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Cleaning the second belay at the start of P3. The ...

Cleaning the second belay at the start of P3. The start of P3 is a 5.9 traverse straight sideways from the edge of this ledge/flake. If you lack the hand-sized gear to belay here, you can place some s

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Midway up this long second pitch you move right to...

Midway up this long second pitch you move right to the other crack. The entire pitch is quite difficult and awkward. It felt like 5.9 to me when I led it this year.

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: The thin hands to fingers crack is gnarly with sha...

The thin hands to fingers crack is gnarly with sharp knobs. As it leans to the left it gets easier. Photo by Paul Rezucha.

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: You can squeeze through (maybe) from the inside to...

You can squeeze through (maybe) from the inside to this position, or you can climb the outside and then swing into the squeeze. From here, it's a struggle to reach the jams at the base of the crack.

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Heel toeing in the strange slot. The rope runs int...

Heel toeing in the strange slot. The rope runs into the "cave" to some gear deep inside. You can tunnel up further and totally top rope this first crux. Photo by Paul Rezucha.

CO : South Platte : ... : Better Lock Next Time (5.10b)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Beginning the crack proper is difficult, and the g...

Beginning the crack proper is difficult, and the gear is sub-optimal. Photo by Chuck Graves.

CO : Lyons : ... : Vrainavore (5.10a)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: At the crux on the bolted section. Above the ledge...

At the crux on the bolted section. Above the ledge above crux is much easier.

CO : Lyons : ... : Hollow Man (5.8)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Approaching the "hollow" part. There are...

Approaching the "hollow" part. There are anchors just to the right of Chuck that can be used to descend or to belay for Planetary Pull 5.8. Was the whole wall originally as mossy as the corn

CO : Lyons : ... : Hollow Man (5.8)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Hollow Man climbs the crack/flake and arete above ...

Hollow Man climbs the crack/flake and arete above on the left of the mossy dihedral. Vrainavore 10a is the crack system on the right. Handcrack-a-rete is just out of sight on the right side of the pho

CO : Lyons : ... : Hollow Man (5.8)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Approaching the optional belay. Vrainavore 10a is ...

Approaching the optional belay. Vrainavore 10a is the crack on the left.

CO : Lyons : ... : Handcrack-a-rete (5.7)

Aug 20, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Lenny likes to climb until dark, although he may n...

Lenny likes to climb until dark, although he may not have liked this particular climb so much!

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : Bureau Headquarters (5.11a)

Aug 8, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Looks easy, doesn't it? The difficult in part depe...

Looks easy, doesn't it? The difficult in part depends on hand size.

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : CIA (Cannabis in Action) (5.10d)

Aug 8, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Stepping up and left from here is way harder than ...

Stepping up and left from here is way harder than it looks, and both Lenny and I used the crack on the left. This climb looks like 5.8 from the ground--don't be deceived.

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : Wake 'n Bake (5.10a)

Aug 8, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Moving out this corner on P1 is intimidating and a...

Moving out this corner on P1 is intimidating and a bit awkward, but eventually not that hard. I think the photo needs rotating a bit to make it look as steep as it feels. Photo by Kenny Parker.

CO : Lyons : ... : Life After James (5.11b)

Mar 24, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: The first crux is the initial corner, all the way ...

The first crux is the initial corner, all the way from the ground to the ceiling. Photo by Kenny Parker.

CO : Lyons : ... : Crown Molding (5.9)

Mar 24, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: The second crux is the overhang.  Photo by Kenny P...

The second crux is the overhang. Photo by Kenny Parker.

CO : Lyons : ... : Crown Molding (5.9)

Mar 24, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Moving right out of the corner using a thin finger...

Moving right out of the corner using a thin finger flake is another mini crux.

CO : Lyons : ... : White Shores (5.10a/b)

Feb 22, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Stepping over the overlap is awkward at about 5.9....

Stepping over the overlap is awkward at about 5.9. The official crux is up and right at the next bolt.

CO : Lyons : ... : White Shores (5.10a/b)

Feb 22, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Chuck is fist jamming the undercling.

Chuck is fist jamming the undercling.

CO : Lyons : ... : White Shores (5.10a/b)

Feb 22, 2009

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