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By Monomaniac
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From Morrison, CO
Mar 31, 2010
Insurrection, 5.14c.  Photo Adam Sanders.
Ok, it looks like we reached some type of page limit on forum threads (40 pages, 1000 posts). I'm not about to let some silly thing like the laws of physics stand in our way!

Eric Larson was correct, you have the stick...

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By eric larson
From aurora, co
Mar 31, 2010
suspender man
picture changed: more fun when its guessed within an hour
????
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By Mike Anderson
From Dayton, OH
Mar 31, 2010
Whatever that is, it looks awful. I hope it climbed better than it looks.

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By brenta
From Boulder, CO
Mar 31, 2010
Cima Margherita and Cima Tosa in the Dolomiti di Brenta.  October 1977.
Der Zerkle?

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By eric larson
From aurora, co
Mar 31, 2010
suspender man
brenta wrote:
Der Zerkle?


nope you are very very cold

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By Mike Anderson
From Dayton, OH
Mar 31, 2010
Tissue Tiger

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By eric larson
From aurora, co
Mar 31, 2010
suspender man
Mike Anderson wrote:
Tissue Tiger

freebie.. you're up

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By eric larson
From aurora, co
Mar 31, 2010
suspender man
Tony B wrote:
You MUST be joking! Those pockets are really great!

that was before i changed the picture.. and no it was actually a very fun route... la presa in el potrero chico.. just not the greatest picture

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By Mike Anderson
From Dayton, OH
Mar 31, 2010
Tony B wrote:
You MUST be joking! Those pockets are really great!


yeah, he changed the photo. I've done TT, it's tits!

Here's the next one:
Look out for the grits!!
Look out for the grits!!

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By Tony B
From Around Boulder, CO
Mar 31, 2010
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.
Mike Anderson wrote:
Tissue Tiger

Meanwhile a extra credit question:
What route is to it's right and how did it get its name. The latter has 3 "common" answers (can you name all 3?), but only one is true.
The extra extra credit ? after that is what climb is right from there (not pictured ) and how did it get its's name?

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By grk10vq
Administrator
Mar 31, 2010
. . .
peak district?

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By eric larson
From aurora, co
Mar 31, 2010
suspender man
Tony B wrote:
Meanwhile a extra credit question: What route is to it's right and how did it get its name. The latter has 3 "common" answers (can you name all 3?), but only one is true. The extra extra credit ? after that is what climb is right from there (not pictured ) and how did it get its's name?


Ive only heard about the bats in the undercling

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By Kevin McLaughlin
From Colorado Springs
Mar 31, 2010
Thunder Ridge- Storm, 5.12, Wasp Canyon
Part two- very cool . Keep it going . Fun to get in on this game for everyone .

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By Mike Anderson
From Dayton, OH
Mar 31, 2010
Not the Peak District.

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By Brian in SLC
Mar 31, 2010
Climbing in Smuggler's Notch
Big windy pile of dirt, aka the stone sentinel?

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By Mike Anderson
From Dayton, OH
Mar 31, 2010
Windy? Not really, and not dirt, more like "ash".

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By brenta
From Boulder, CO
Mar 31, 2010
Cima Margherita and Cima Tosa in the Dolomiti di Brenta.  October 1977.
Izta?

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By Mike Anderson
From Dayton, OH
Mar 31, 2010
Brenta wins! It's Ixtaccihuatl in Mexico, 8th highest summit in North America. That photo is taken near the trailhead looking at the summit.

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By brenta
From Boulder, CO
Mar 31, 2010
Cima Margherita and Cima Tosa in the Dolomiti di Brenta.  October 1977.
A winter day in Colorado. We had the whole (very popular) place to ourselves for a little practice.

A very popular route on a very cold day.
A very popular route on a very cold day.

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By Phil Lauffen
From The Bubble
Mar 31, 2010
RMNP skiing. Photo by Nodin de Saillan
looks like something in eldo... steep... and classic?

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By brenta
From Boulder, CO
Mar 31, 2010
Cima Margherita and Cima Tosa in the Dolomiti di Brenta.  October 1977.
It is indeed in Eldo. Steepness... is in the eye of the beholder.

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By abc
Apr 1, 2010
bastille?

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By brenta
From Boulder, CO
Apr 1, 2010
Cima Margherita and Cima Tosa in the Dolomiti di Brenta.  October 1977.
Other side, easier.

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By Ross Keller
From Parker, CO
Apr 1, 2010
Jugging Parking Lot Wall at Smith 1982
The Bulge?

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By brenta
From Boulder, CO
Apr 1, 2010
Cima Margherita and Cima Tosa in the Dolomiti di Brenta.  October 1977.
Closer to the road and a couple of notches easier.

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By Jason Kaplan
From Glenwood ,Co
Apr 1, 2010
avitar pic <br />
whales tail?

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