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Rock Climbing Photo: Climbing on the south end of the East Wall. Octobe...
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By CalebSimpson
Jun 18, 2007
Where is the belayer?
By Ron Olsen
From: Boulder, CO
Jun 18, 2007
Blow up the photo and you'll see the rope continues away from the cliff and out the bottom of the frame. The belayer (who may be taking this photo) is out of the frame at the bottom.

The leader is at a good stance, posing for a photo-op. There is a lot of slack in the belay rope; I hope the belayer tightens things up when/if the climbing gets harder.
By Matt DeCoste
From: Colorado Springs, CO
May 30, 2008
The belayer and photographer was ME, and I had my buddy tie off with additional pro. Don't worry—he was motivated to not fall as well! This was a great climb and their are tons of them at Red Rocks just like it. I'm so used to climbing on sandstone that I forget that not everybody does.
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Climbing on the south end of the East Wall. October 2005. Justin Rogers on lead. I believe it is rated 5.10.

Submitted By: Matt DeCoste on Apr 21, 2006
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