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Cho Oyu

Member Since: Jan 16, 2009
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Cho Oyu

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Dinosaurs climbing in Tallulah Gorge

Dinosaurs climbing in Tallulah Gorge

GA : Tallulah Gorge

Jan 16, 2009

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Location: GA : Tallulah Gorge : Photo
By: yetibreath When: Dec 4, 2009

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Comments: I am leading the overhang, and Rob Culbertson (far left) is belaying. I can't remember who the third climber is. We usually took turns leading and I just happened to be leading when that photo was taken. I have more photos somewhere. Maybe this winter when I'm not ice climbing or tele skiing I'll post a couple more.

Location: GA : Tallulah Gorge
By: yetibreath When: Jan 16, 2009

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Comments: It's been over a year since Rob Culbertson posted comments about the early years of climbing in Tallulah Gorge, so I thought that I would throw in a photo to prove that we actually existed. The photo is by Mike Kimball and it shows us climbing a route near what is now called Punk Wave. Most of our climbs were probably first ascents, but we didn't name or document anything that we did, we just enjoyed climbing. Tallulah Gorge is a special place. I hope that generations of climbers will be able to... more >>

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