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I am going to let the pictures speak even more for them self in this one than I usually do. I am on my way to some sketchy motel for a shower and mimosas by the pool. More to come.
Some more photos from a recent trip to Pipestone Pass! Warming up David on a freshly brushed, probably climbed boulder problem in the Druthers opposite Paresthesia. Unknown problem on the Choice Boulder. David Sjöquist climbing on a wicked thin face on the same boulder as the Wild Pony, and directly to its right. A project … Continue reading
Following are some photos from the Druthers Area at Pipestone Pass, Montana. This weekend, we estimate there were approximately 10 first ascents done, many of which were easy, but techy ‘n’ awesome–and a few of which were harder! (Photos of other/ non-Druthers climbs with Sarah, Jeff, Joe and Dervin to come soon…) /Christine Morning preparations … Continue reading
Yesterday, we had the privilege of climbing at Pipestone Pass for our first time, complements of some local-expert “tour guides” who’d be climbing there for multiple seasons. We had never climbed out there before, as the rock is rumored to be rotten and holdless. However, what we saw out there was incredible! Excellent, often tall … Continue reading
Bla bla bla, bla bla bla. Yes. Here are some photos of random days climbing in Ten Sleep. Continue reading