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A pair of climbers on the 5.9 finger crack (P2) and the 5.7 traverse (P3).  These pitches are easily linked with a 60M rope. Linking these pitches will save time, and reduce the wait for climbers behind you.
Look how beautiful she is over there- safely holding my rope with precise care.  There is no doubt that if I come off on this slippery traverse, she's got me.   That belayer chick in the background behind my Camalot is pretty OK too.
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Panorama from the Yellow Wall Bivy Ledge.
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By Jeff G.
From: Fort Collins
Aug 5, 2008

That is awesome! Nice work John.

By John W. Knoernschild
From: Wisconsin
Apr 9, 2009

WOW! Nice camera work.

By Eckhard
From: Denver, CO
Nov 6, 2009

Beside being a slice of heaven, I truly enjoy the curve of the earth caught by the filed of view. No place like home :D

By YDPL8S
From: Santa Monica, Ca.
Nov 6, 2009

I think that's a great pic too, the curve though is an artifact of the lens. If the earth curved that much over that short a distance, the earth's diameter would be smaller than that of the moon.

By Peter Lewis
From: Bridgton, Maine
Feb 26, 2014

...and Iowa would be a lot closer to Colorado.

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Panorama from the Yellow Wall Bivy Ledge.

Submitted By: Johnny D on Aug 5, 2008
On this route:
Casual Route (5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a )
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