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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Rock Climbing Photo: Dick Williams approaching the roof.

Dick Williams approaching the roof.

AZ : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : ... : GAC Rulz (5.10c/d)

Dec 2, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Dick Williams between the first and second bolts. ...

Dick Williams between the first and second bolts. It looks like I placed a piece of gear just to the right of the second bolt. Why would I do that?

AZ : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : ... : GAC Rulz (5.10c/d)

Dec 2, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: The crux. Moving left is reasonable, but then it's...

The crux. Moving left is reasonable, but then it's hard and spooky clipping the next bolt. Climbing straight up leads to a difficult clip and an even harder move. I ended up clipping the bolt above th

AZ : Cochise Stronghold : ... : Cochise Toecheese (5.10a/b)

Dec 2, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Late in the day, at the anchors.

Late in the day, at the anchors.

AZ : Cochise Stronghold : ... : Cochise Toecheese (5.10a/b)

Dec 2, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: The route ends at the roof above Luke. The climbin...

The route ends at the roof above Luke. The climbing from the crux roof to the anchors is fun 5.9 with interesting moves back and forth on sloped holds and some big pockets. A project goes out left thr

CO : Golden : ... : Vixen (5.10c)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Making the reach over the ceiling using a small fl...

Making the reach over the ceiling using a small flake on the left. You can instead lean out off a two tip sidepull with your right hand and reach the jug to the left of Luke directly.

CO : Golden : ... : Vixen (5.10c)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: The crux thrutch. The feet are sketchy, and the ha...

The crux thrutch. The feet are sketchy, and the hands are tips and slanting. The bolt is above the lip above Luke's head.

CO : Golden : ... : Vixen (5.10c)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Pulling the ceiling. The crux is clipping and reac...

Pulling the ceiling. The crux is clipping and reaching the jug at Luke's left hand.

CO : Golden : ... : Vixen (5.10c)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Starting the upper sequence. You can see the chalk...

Starting the upper sequence. You can see the chalked up starting holds to the left of my elbow. All the holds here are big and positive, but the holds straight up at the bolts to my right are either s

CO : Golden : ... : Dog Breath (5.10)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: The juggy and fun but contrived finish to the lowe...

The juggy and fun but contrived finish to the lower half. There are midway anchors here, but you may as well continue, since it's no harder above.

CO : Golden : ... : Dog Breath (5.10)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: The layback flake on the lower half. Photo by Ken ...

The layback flake on the lower half. Photo by Ken Parker.

CO : Golden : ... : Dog Breath (5.10)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: The crux headwall. We all climbed diagonally from ...

The crux headwall. We all climbed diagonally from the left to reach the bolt below Luke, and so does almost everyone else based on the chalk.

CO : Golden : ... : Dog Breath (5.10)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: The ceiling ends the good independent climbing. Fr...

The ceiling ends the good independent climbing. From here you angle right across a few ledges to join the nice final corner of the Li'l Dog variation.

CO : Golden : ... : Snoopy (5.9+)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Approaching the crux.

Approaching the crux.

CO : Golden : ... : Snoopy (5.9+)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: This is much harder than it looks. Making the reac...

This is much harder than it looks. Making the reach to the top of this corner is the first hard move.

CO : Golden : ... : Snoopy (5.9+)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: All of the holds are positive and most are big, bu...

All of the holds are positive and most are big, but I was still getting tired and a little worried at this point. Photo by Ken Parker.

CO : Golden : ... : Li'l Dog (5.11a/b)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: You start on the right, pull around left, and then...

You start on the right, pull around left, and then work both sides of the arête. Photo by Ken Parker.

CO : Golden : ... : Li'l Dog (5.11a/b)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Pulling left around the arête is the first hard m...

Pulling left around the arête is the first hard move. Photo by Ken Parker.

CO : Golden : ... : Li'l Dog (5.11a/b)

Nov 23, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: On the steep flakes. The awkward-to-reach anchors ...

On the steep flakes. The awkward-to-reach anchors are at the lip of the roof at the top of the left-facing corner to Ken's left.

CO : Golden : ... : Air Head (5.9)

Nov 16, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Late afternoon in November.

Late afternoon in November.

CO : Golden : ... : Air Head (5.9)

Nov 16, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Luke on the overhang/corner with another climber a...

Luke on the overhang/corner with another climber at the ceiling of Learning to Crawl.

CO : Golden : ... : Neo-Quasi Bugaloo (5.10b)

Nov 16, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Luke on the slab. It feels like cheating climbing ...

Luke on the slab. It feels like cheating climbing off to the left of the bolts, but it's obvious, and the direct line is much harder.

CO : Golden : ... : Neo-Quasi Bugaloo (5.10b)

Nov 16, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: There are perfect jams in the horizontal crack tha...

There are perfect jams in the horizontal crack that Luke's left hand is on. The crux for me is clipping the anchors above from those jams. To finish the route properly, make another move to get stemme

CO : Golden : ... : Highlander (5.10d)

Nov 16, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Until you've seen it done, this layback seems pret...

Until you've seen it done, this layback seems pretty unlikely. Rather than pulling onto your right foot as Luke is doing, you can instead, if you're reasonably tall, jump off your left foot with the r

CO : Golden : ... : Highlander (5.10d)

Nov 16, 2008

Rock Climbing Photo: Luke gaining the ledge below the crux.

Luke gaining the ledge below the crux.

CO : Golden : ... : Highlander (5.10d)

Nov 16, 2008

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