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Contributed Photos

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Bryson Fienup (age 6 in this photo) climbs through the Guide's Area, at Bishop Peak.

Bryson Fienup (age 6 in this photo) climbs through the Guide's Area, at Bishop Peak.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Cracked Wall

Sep 2, 2013

Bryson climbs through the Guide's Area, at Bishop Peak. This particular variation is 5.8/5.9. There is an easier (5.5ish) variation about 8 feet to his right.

Bryson climbs through the Guide's Area, at Bishop Peak. This particular variation is 5.8/5.9. There is an easier (5.5ish) variation about 8 feet to his right.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Guide's Area (5.7)

Sep 2, 2013

Bryson Fienup (at 6 years old) climbs Dirty Rat's Crack, at Bishop Peak.

Bryson Fienup (at 6 years old) climbs Dirty Rat's Crack, at Bishop Peak.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Dirty Rat's Crack (5.4)

Sep 2, 2013

After leading Sword in the Stone (whose bolts are visible in the left-hand side of this photo), you will surely be left wanting more of the route's outstanding patina. It can be yours by top-roping the plumb-line beneath the anchors. This excellent face climb goes at about 5.8+ and follows a line just right of the red rope.

After leading Sword in the Stone (whose bolts are visible in the left-hand side of this photo), you will surely be left wanting more of the route's outstanding patina. It can be yours by top-roping th

CA : Central Coast : ... : Sword In The Stone (5.10a)

Aug 21, 2013

Doug Steigerwald belays at the start of P2 of Tree Route, at Dome Rock. Visible near the beautifully stacked climbing rope is the remains of the root system of the (namesake) incense cedar that used to mark the belay stance.

Doug Steigerwald belays at the start of P2 of Tree Route, at Dome Rock. Visible near the beautifully stacked climbing rope is the remains of the root system of the (namesake) incense cedar that used t

CA : Southern Sierra : ... : Tree Route (5.6)

Jul 29, 2013

Here is what remains of the incense cedar that used to mark the end of P1 of Tree Route, at Dome Rock.

Here is what remains of the incense cedar that used to mark the end of P1 of Tree Route, at Dome Rock.

CA : Southern Sierra : ... : Tree Route (5.6)

Jul 29, 2013

You can not talk about Dome Rock without referencing the many outstanding slab climbs. Here, Doug Steigerwald leads Red Mushrooms (5.10+), one of the Dome's better-protected slabs.

You can not talk about Dome Rock without referencing the many outstanding slab climbs. Here, Doug Steigerwald leads Red Mushrooms (5.10+), one of the Dome's better-protected slabs.

CA : Southern Sierra : ... : Dome Rock

Jul 29, 2013

Doug Steigerwald climbs the left-hand variation of Red Mushrooms (5.10+), one of several great slab climbs on the far left side of Dome Rock. The Last Dihedral can be seen beyond Doug.

Doug Steigerwald climbs the left-hand variation of Red Mushrooms (5.10+), one of several great slab climbs on the far left side of Dome Rock. The Last Dihedral can be seen beyond Doug.

CA : Southern Sierra : ... : Dome Rock

Jul 29, 2013

The top of Dome Rock affords one of the Upper Kern River Valley's best views of the Needles.

The top of Dome Rock affords one of the Upper Kern River Valley's best views of the Needles.

CA : Southern Sierra : ... : Dome Rock

Jul 27, 2013

After having lead Red Mushrooms, Doug Steigerwald top ropes the left-hand variation (5.10c X). This quality face climb is protected by just 2 bolts for 80 feet of climbing.  <br /> <br />The orange dots mark the traditional path taken for this route. If climbing with less experienced folks, the path marked by the red dots is highly recommended. For this variation, start on the first 15 feet of the Last Dihedral and then traverse diagonally into the 2nd bolt of the the 10c. Climbed this way, the route goes at only 5.8.

After having lead Red Mushrooms, Doug Steigerwald top ropes the left-hand variation (5.10c X). This quality face climb is protected by just 2 bolts for 80 feet of climbing. The orange dots mark the

CA : Southern Sierra : ... : Red Mushrooms (5.10c PG13)

Jul 26, 2013

Doug Steigerwald is past the crux and cruising on the Good Samaritan (5.11+) at Dome Rock.  <br /> <br />The first 80 feet of this route are protected by 4 buttonheads--most mortals will want to lead Red Mushrooms and then enjoy this incredible climb on top rope.

Doug Steigerwald is past the crux and cruising on the Good Samaritan (5.11+) at Dome Rock. The first 80 feet of this route are protected by 4 buttonheads--most mortals will want to lead Red Mushroom

CA : Southern Sierra : ... : The Good Samaritan (5.11+ PG13)

Jul 26, 2013

They're gone!! The two small conifers that marked the end of pitch one have left the wall. The incense cedar was found lying at the base of the route. May they rest in peace.

They're gone!! The two small conifers that marked the end of pitch one have left the wall. The incense cedar was found lying at the base of the route. May they rest in peace.

CA : Southern Sierra : ... : Tree Route (5.6)

Jul 26, 2013

Nicole climbs the Finger Cracks (5.10b) on the Bolt Ladder Wall at Gibraltar.

Nicole climbs the Finger Cracks (5.10b) on the Bolt Ladder Wall at Gibraltar.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Bolt Ladder Area

Jun 23, 2013

Bruce climbs one the many free variations of the Bolt Ladder, near Gibraltar Rock.

Bruce climbs one the many free variations of the Bolt Ladder, near Gibraltar Rock.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Bolt Ladder (5.11 A1)

Jun 23, 2013

Bruce climbs California Flake (the Bolt Ladder Wall at Gibraltar Rock)

Bruce climbs California Flake (the Bolt Ladder Wall at Gibraltar Rock)

CA : Central Coast : ... : California Flake (5.10-)

Jun 23, 2013

Lock-off and reach. Aha!

Lock-off and reach. Aha!

CA : Central Coast : ... : Aha! (5.11a)

Jun 19, 2013

Katie works through the crux of Danger Boy, at Wheeler Gorge.

Katie works through the crux of Danger Boy, at Wheeler Gorge.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Danger Boy (5.11a)

Jun 17, 2013

Alexander B on Danger Boy at Wheeler Gorge.

Alexander B on Danger Boy at Wheeler Gorge.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Danger Boy (5.11a)

Jun 17, 2013

Alexander B pulls the crux of Danger Boy, at Wheeler Gorge.

Alexander B pulls the crux of Danger Boy, at Wheeler Gorge.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Danger Boy (5.11a)

Jun 17, 2013

Katie climbs Danger Boy (5.11a), at Wheeler Gorge.

Katie climbs Danger Boy (5.11a), at Wheeler Gorge.

CA : Central Coast : ... : Wheeler Gorge

Jun 17, 2013

Economique, at Wheeler Gorge. (June 16, 2013)

Economique, at Wheeler Gorge. (June 16, 2013)

CA : Central Coast : ... : Economique (5.10a)

Jun 17, 2013

Economique (5.10a),at Wheeler Gorge

Economique (5.10a),at Wheeler Gorge

CA : Central Coast : ... : Wheeler Gorge

Jun 17, 2013

Economique, at Wheeler Gorge. (June 16, 2013)

Economique, at Wheeler Gorge. (June 16, 2013)

CA : Central Coast : ... : Economique (5.10a)

Jun 17, 2013

Rap rings recovered from the namesake tree atop Pine Line, in Yosemite.

Rap rings recovered from the namesake tree atop Pine Line, in Yosemite.

Matthew Fienup : Miscellaneous

Jun 14, 2013

Bryson & Wesley below Rose Falls, Los Padres National Forest. (Spring 2013)

Bryson & Wesley below Rose Falls, Los Padres National Forest. (Spring 2013)

Matthew Fienup : Favorite Photographs

Jun 11, 2013

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