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Got Milk? How about forearm pump? Tony leads "Alan Nelson's Bulging Belly" (5.10, X) on the Lost and Found Flatiron. Belayer is Mark Ruocco. Photo by Bill Wright, 10/06.


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Photo Caption Location Date
Joseffa finishing up to the Summit ridge on P2 of Crescent.

Joseffa finishing up to the Summit ridge on P2 of Crescent.

CO : Flatirons : ... : Crescent (5.6 R)

1 day ago

Joseffa follows up P1 of Crescent, a 76-meter long pitch to the good belay.

Joseffa follows up P1 of Crescent, a 76-meter long pitch to the good belay.

CO : Flatirons : ... : Crescent (5.6 R)

1 day ago

Joseffa follows the second pitch of Crescent - a little harder and still pretty runout.

Joseffa follows the second pitch of Crescent - a little harder and still pretty runout.

CO : Flatirons : ... : Crescent Variation (5.6 X)

1 day ago

Joseffa follows the first pitch of Crescent Variation.

Joseffa follows the first pitch of Crescent Variation.

CO : Flatirons : ... : Crescent Variation (5.6 X)

1 day ago

Yeah, it's a long way down from there...

Yeah, it's a long way down from there...

UT : Moab Area : ... : North Chimney (5.8)

2 days ago

This view shows well the length and singularity of the line on P1 of the N. Chimney.

This view shows well the length and singularity of the line on P1 of the N. Chimney.

UT : Moab Area : ... : North Chimney (5.8)

2 days ago

The raps off the back with 2x 70M ropes.  With 60's yur's also easily make it down.  With 50's you'd have to do some down climbing.  Regardless, there are lots of ledges and blocks, so be ready to run/dodge/cover if your rope gets hung up and you have to yard on it.

The raps off the back with 2x 70M ropes. With 60's yur's also easily make it down. With 50's you'd have to do some down climbing. Regardless, there are lots of ledges and blocks, so be ready to run

UT : Moab Area : ... : The GAG Route (5.10d PG13)

4 days ago

From the Summit of the North Sister and The Gag Route.  Sister Superior and Castleton Tower lie behind.

From the Summit of the North Sister and The Gag Route. Sister Superior and Castleton Tower lie behind.

UT : Moab Area : ... : The GAG Route (5.10d PG13)

4 days ago

Kat happy to be past the wide, then tight section of the climb.  All smiles from here!

Kat happy to be past the wide, then tight section of the climb. All smiles from here!

UT : Moab Area : ... : The GAG Route (5.10d PG13)

4 days ago

Kat emerges from under the crux roof on P3 of The Gag Route (5.10d) and squeezes into the slot for 10 meters of grunting.

Kat emerges from under the crux roof on P3 of The Gag Route (5.10d) and squeezes into the slot for 10 meters of grunting.

UT : Moab Area : ... : The GAG Route (5.10d PG13)

4 days ago

The first 2 pitches of the G.A.G. Route outlined.  100' or so left of P1 of Jah Man.

The first 2 pitches of the G.A.G. Route outlined. 100' or so left of P1 of Jah Man.

UT : Moab Area : ... : The GAG Route (5.10d PG13)

4 days ago

A view from the Sister Group Base puts the approach in perspective.  You generally park not far from the River (on the road - not visible) and walk up that dry creek bed for a few miles, then up the talus cone. <br />Very high clearance vehicles (actual off-road machines) can cut off part of the creek bed walk, but not much.

A view from the Sister Group Base puts the approach in perspective. You generally park not far from the River (on the road - not visible) and walk up that dry creek bed for a few miles, then up the t

UT : Moab Area : ... : Sister Superior Group

4 days ago

The Sisters Group as seen from the final bit of the approach.

The Sisters Group as seen from the final bit of the approach.

UT : Moab Area : ... : Sister Superior Group

4 days ago

Further comment necessary?

Further comment necessary?

AZ : Central Arizona : ... : Sacred Datura Direct (5.9 PG13)

4 days ago

The Convent mesa, as seen from the SW.

The Convent mesa, as seen from the SW.

UT : Moab Area : ... : The Convent

4 days ago

Kat A. headed solidly for the P1 belay on Straw Turkey. <br /> <br />Photo by Carol K., 10/2013.

Kat A. headed solidly for the P1 belay on Straw Turkey. Photo by Carol K., 10/2013.

CO : South Platte : ... : Straw Turkey (5.10a)

Oct 7, 2014

Kat A. Gets into the crack-switch sequence on Straw Turkey, the crux if you are short. <br /> <br />Photo: Carol K., 10/2013.

Kat A. Gets into the crack-switch sequence on Straw Turkey, the crux if you are short. Photo: Carol K., 10/2013.

CO : South Platte : ... : Straw Turkey (5.10a)

Oct 7, 2014

Stuart Paul solos up the North Sneak on the Main Crag at the Sacred Cliffs.

Stuart Paul solos up the North Sneak on the Main Crag at the Sacred Cliffs.

CO : Flatirons : ... : North Sneak (5.4)

Oct 7, 2014

Is THAT why they called it the sacred cliffs?

Is THAT why they called it the sacred cliffs?

CO : Flatirons : The Sacred Cliffs

Oct 7, 2014

The route starts below this house-sized boulder/overhang.

The route starts below this house-sized boulder/overhang.

CO : Flatirons : ... : East Face (3rd Tower) (5.5 R)

Oct 7, 2014

Stuart P. on solo on the East Face (3rd tower) of the South Summit of Green Mountain.

Stuart P. on solo on the East Face (3rd tower) of the South Summit of Green Mountain.

CO : Flatirons : ... : East Face (3rd Tower) (5.5 R)

Oct 7, 2014

A view from this part of the approach makes it clear why the formations 'The Hand' and 'The Finger'were so named.

A view from this part of the approach makes it clear why the formations 'The Hand' and 'The Finger'were so named.

CO : Flatirons : ... : Finger Flatiron

Oct 7, 2014

If you've ever wondered why these formations were called "The Hand" and "The Finger", perhaps this will answer your question....

If you've ever wondered why these formations were called "The Hand" and "The Finger", perhaps this will answer your question....

CO : Flatirons : ... : The Hand

Oct 7, 2014

The Direct NE arete of the Shark's Fin climbs the face just above the small pine in this picture, level with the small red roof.  Climb this to the East Face and around to the summit.

The Direct NE arete of the Shark's Fin climbs the face just above the small pine in this picture, level with the small red roof. Climb this to the East Face and around to the summit.

CO : Flatirons : ... : Direct Northeast Face (5.7 R)

Oct 7, 2014

A view of Overhang Rock from the West on Gregory Canyon Trail. Poot Ridge lies just in the foreground to the right side.

A view of Overhang Rock from the West on Gregory Canyon Trail. Poot Ridge lies just in the foreground to the right side.

CO : Flatirons : ... : Overhang Rock

Oct 7, 2014

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