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Bell Cord Couloir and S-N Bell Traverse

 
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Me and Steve on the upper 1/3 of the Bell Cord. Snow gets soft quick here, so make sure you get on the couloir early!
Me and Steve on the upper 1/3 of the Bell Cord. Sn...
On the S-N traverse.
On the S-N traverse.
S-N Traverse. Good rock, but make sure to test holds since some block are loose. Really fun. Pictured here are Steve Mannhard and I.
S-N Traverse. Good rock, but make sure to test hol...
Me on the crux (5.2-5.3ish) headwall of the traverse. Lots of exposure, but easy to solo. I brought a rope and belayed a partner since the exposure factor freaked him out, (which was totally justified!)
Me on the crux (5.2-5.3ish) headwall of the traver...
Steve coming back from an exposed ledge after finding it did not lead anywhere. It is best to stay close to the top of the ridge for the S-N Bells Traverse to avoid getting lost.
Steve coming back from an exposed ledge after find...
Andy Leach taking a break mid-way on the Bell Cord early in the morning.
Andy Leach taking a break mid-way on the Bell Cord...
The infamous Maroon Bells and their reflection.
The infamous Maroon Bells and their reflection.
Me on the summit of South Maroon Peak. June 29th, 2007.
Me on the summit of South Maroon Peak. June 29th, ...
Brain and Steve make it to the top of the South Bell with a great view of the traverse and the North Bell in the background.
Brain and Steve make it to the top of the South Be...
Reflection of the Bells in Crater Lake.
Reflection of the Bells in Crater Lake.