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Photo Caption Location Date
Scrambling up the Northwest face.

Scrambling up the Northwest face.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North West Side (4th)

Nov 6, 2010

As seen on an early morning approach hike.  Low Horn 1 is hidden behind Gertch on the left, 3 is a tiny sharp peak hanging off of 2, 5 is a trifurcated peak with three summits and 6 is the southernmost of the low horns (immediately north of the spire).

As seen on an early morning approach hike. Low Horn 1 is hidden behind Gertch on the left, 3 is a tiny sharp peak hanging off of 2, 5 is a trifurcated peak with three summits and 6 is the southernmos

NM : Organ Mountains : The Low Horns

Nov 6, 2010

A lovely rap anchor on the summit of Low Horn 1 (note:  it's probably 50 years old, it's not fully seated, it's bent...probably fine, right?)

A lovely rap anchor on the summit of Low Horn 1 (note: it's probably 50 years old, it's not fully seated, it's bent...probably fine, right?)

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 1

Nov 6, 2010

The impressive south face of Low Horn 1 from below the summit of Low Horn 2.

The impressive south face of Low Horn 1 from below the summit of Low Horn 2.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 1

Nov 6, 2010

Rapping off the south face of Low Horn 1

Rapping off the south face of Low Horn 1

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 1

Nov 6, 2010

On the knife edge ridge just west of the actual summit of Low Horn #1.  Ride-em cowboy.

On the knife edge ridge just west of the actual summit of Low Horn #1. Ride-em cowboy.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 1

Nov 6, 2010

The Northwest face of Low Horn #1 as seen from the east ridge of Gertch.  The brushy crack on the left is easier than the one on the right.  Low horn 2 and the rest march off to the right of #1.

The Northwest face of Low Horn #1 as seen from the east ridge of Gertch. The brushy crack on the left is easier than the one on the right. Low horn 2 and the rest march off to the right of #1.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North West Side (4th)

Nov 6, 2010

On the summit, we'd been watching the storms in the background all afternoon, shortly after this picture was taken, they changed directions, and came right at us (scary).

On the summit, we'd been watching the storms in the background all afternoon, shortly after this picture was taken, they changed directions, and came right at us (scary).

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Southeast Ridge (5.6)

Oct 19, 2010

Contemplating a one of two muscly block moves on the left side of the SE arete.

Contemplating a one of two muscly block moves on the left side of the SE arete.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Southeast Ridge (5.6)

Oct 19, 2010

South face of Razorback as seen from the summit of Wildcat (7/3/2010)

South face of Razorback as seen from the summit of Wildcat (7/3/2010)

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Razorback

Oct 19, 2010

Keys found at Olhausen's Oasis on approach to The Tooth/The Wedge.

Keys found at Olhausen's Oasis on approach to The Tooth/The Wedge.

Lost and Found : Found keys approach to The ...

Sep 5, 2010

Looking down on P1 from the P2 belay.

Looking down on P1 from the P2 belay.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Looking up from the P2 belay.

Looking up from the P2 belay.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Looking up at P1 of the West Ridge.  The leftmost of the "great parallel grooves" is just visible in the upper right of the photo.

Looking up at P1 of the West Ridge. The leftmost of the "great parallel grooves" is just visible in the upper right of the photo.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Zack coming out of the "birthing hole" at the top of the "roofed chimney" in the gully to gain the P1 belay ledge.

Zack coming out of the "birthing hole" at the top of the "roofed chimney" in the gully to gain the P1 belay ledge.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

As we climbed the narrow gully towards the start of P1, I stumbled on this guy.  We couldn't (safely) get him to move (even coaxing him w/ a stick, he only made one short rattle), so we had to climb a p-minus 1 to gain the P0 belay.

As we climbed the narrow gully towards the start of P1, I stumbled on this guy. We couldn't (safely) get him to move (even coaxing him w/ a stick, he only made one short rattle), so we had to climb a

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Looking up at the West Ridge from the second saddle described in the Ingraham guide ("You attain a saddle from which you can slip into the narrow gully which mounts between the W Ridges of the Wedge and Lost Peak").  When you get to this saddle, it's obvious that you're in the right place.  Photo was actually taken after scrambling onto the rocks just west of the tiny saddle.  The two "great parallel grooves" which mark the start of P1 are clearly visible.

Looking up at the West Ridge from the second saddle described in the Ingraham guide ("You attain a saddle from which you can slip into the narrow gully which mounts between the W Ridges of the We

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Ingraham's guide describes two saddles in his approach description.  This is the first one: "a clearcut saddle beneath the gendarmes at the end of the W Ridge".  The gendarmes clearly visible.  The place to cross the brushy gully to the grassy slope leading to the saddle was well marked with cairns, but we found no trail after the crossing.

Ingraham's guide describes two saddles in his approach description. This is the first one: "a clearcut saddle beneath the gendarmes at the end of the W Ridge". The gendarmes clearly visibl

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Panoramic taken at "the Swale" on the descent from our Dingleberry/Wildcat/Razorback triple feature (07/03/2010).  The Wildcat gully approach crosses over the narrow rib here to the left in this view on descent.

Panoramic taken at "the Swale" on the descent from our Dingleberry/Wildcat/Razorback triple feature (07/03/2010). The Wildcat gully approach crosses over the narrow rib here to the left in

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Regular Route (3rd)

Jul 24, 2010

Cactus flowers.

Cactus flowers.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

This is a funky perspective (stitched photos), but shows the entrance to Boyer's Chute on the left, our descent gully (just right of center), the West Face Direct (center), and both NRE and MRE (center and right respectively).  Taken on descent.

This is a funky perspective (stitched photos), but shows the entrance to Boyer's Chute on the left, our descent gully (just right of center), the West Face Direct (center), and both NRE and MRE (cente

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Looking up at our rappel route (South Face Direct) from the NRE-MRE saddle.

Looking up at our rappel route (South Face Direct) from the NRE-MRE saddle.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Rap anchors for second rappel off NRE via South Face Direct.

Rap anchors for second rappel off NRE via South Face Direct.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Myself heading down the second (double rope) rappel to the saddle between NRE and MRE via the South Face Direct.

Myself heading down the second (double rope) rappel to the saddle between NRE and MRE via the South Face Direct.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

"It's a bird...it's a plane...!"  I have no idea what they're looking at, but this gives a good view of the ledge system at the bottom of the first (single rope) rappel off of the NRE via South Face direct route.

"It's a bird...it's a plane...!" I have no idea what they're looking at, but this gives a good view of the ledge system at the bottom of the first (single rope) rappel off of the NRE via So

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

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