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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Rock Climbing Photo: small crampon nick

small crampon nick

Aug 23, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: side profile

side profile

Aug 23, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: Trango

Trango

Aug 23, 2016

Rock Climbing Photo: Which way to the summit?

Which way to the summit?

The People of Mountain Proj... : Micah Lewkowitz : Photos

Nov 29, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: Pitch 1 of CCC Falls

Pitch 1 of CCC Falls

Forums : Northern Utah & Idaho : Utah Ice Conditions '12-'13

Nov 12, 2012

Rock Climbing Photo: Donorcicle

Donorcicle

Forums : Northern Utah & Idaho : Utah Ice Conditions '12-'13

Nov 12, 2012

Rock Climbing Photo: Step 7: Release the munter-mule on the cord and sl...

Step 7: Release the munter-mule on the cord and slowly weight the climbing rope tied off with a munter-mule to the anchor. Untie the prussic. Step 8: You have now reached baseline. Make sure all your

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Jun 1, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Step 6: Using the slack of the lead line, tie a mu...

Step 6: Using the slack of the lead line, tie a munter-mule w/ an overhand backup and attach it to the anchor (eliminate as much slack from the system as possible).

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Jun 1, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: step 4 continued: Attach the other end of the cord...

step 4 continued: Attach the other end of the cord to the mastepoint of the anchor using a munter-mule w/ overhand backup. Step 5: Release the mule knot attached to your harness and slowly weight the

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Jun 1, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Step 4: Attach a friction hitch to the lead line.

Step 4: Attach a friction hitch to the lead line.

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Jun 1, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Step 2: Build a multi-directional anchor (just pre...

Step 2: Build a multi-directional anchor (just pretend . . . ) Step 3: Tie an 8 with the slack rope and clip it to the anchor as a backup.

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Jun 1, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Step 1: Go hands free; tie off the climber using a...

Step 1: Go hands free; tie off the climber using a mule knot w/ overhand backup (remember if you are using an ATC, you need to push the rope under and through the belay device carabiner so it is alway

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Jun 1, 2010

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