Acadia (map)

Following a beautiful crack above the sea, perhaps one of the best routes at Otter Cliffs
A Dare By the Sea

Adirondacks (map)

Bones places a screw in the better ice
Matrix Direct, The Other One

One-arm hang, attempting to rest
The Fecalator

Will leading the beautiful 5.9 hand crack after a night of heavy partying
Mystery Achievement

Posing with Lori

Tad, following the second pitch of Hooligans, Hurricane Crag

Jim climbs the first pitch (5.11c) of Kingdom Come; the route continues left, then climbs the broken arching rock rightwards to a belay
Kingdom Come

Jeremy climbs the thin face past the bolt at the start
Creation of the World

The crack turns to wide fists before becoming off-width just above (2nd pitch)
Creation of the World

Jim leading Goats Foot, Poko
Goats Foot

Jim high in the Hidden Pique corner, Poko
Hidden Pique

Thin steep ice on Bushido, Poko

Close-up of Jim high up in the hand crack of Positive Thinking, first pitch
Positive Thinking

Leading the top column of Midlife Crisis in cold, brittle conditions
Midlife Crisis

Tommy leading an ambitious line on the Waterfall with Katherine Snead

Jim leading pitch 2 of "Hold the Mayo"
Hold the Mayo

Setting pro high before climbing the crux; The Jackal overhangs gently for most of its length
The Jackal

Climbing through the crux, Jeremy places more gear
Double Diamond

Grabbing the bucket past the crux
Double Diamond

Series 3: Struggling with the crux of the route
Fear and Loathing in Keene Valley

Placing gear at midpoint on the diagonal crack
It's Only Entertainment

Awkard jams at the start of Ku Klux Ken
Ku Klux Ken

Chris powers through a couple strnuous moves
Ku Klux Ken

Pretty cool pinch hold
Ku Klux Ken

Laybacks near the top
Ku Klux Ken

Jim leading the second pitch of Mental Blocks, Wallface
Mental Blocks

Joe follows the steep initial pitch of Master Craft (led by Dennis unseen above)
Master Craft

Unknown climber high on Wind Jammer, a perfect splitter crack
Wind Jammer

Joe gets established after the traverse and prepares to climb the overhanging ice above
Yellow Pillars

Alabama Hills (map)

Easy face climbing on plates with cool orange lichen

Looking like an ant on the face, Tommy runs up the endless plates to the anchor

Beautiful Alabama Hills

Angel Falls (map)

Rapping Little Angel; we led two routes here, one directly under the rappeller, and one to the right

Appalachian Trail (map)

Taking pictures in Vermont

Arapiles (Australia) (map)

Bouldering in the early morning light

Jim leading steep rock on Resignation

Martin at a belay on Resignation

Jim and Martin at the top of the Pharos after completing Lamplighter

Martin at the third belay of Arachnus

Beaver Creek (map)

Rappelling through the "eye" of the needle at the top of Batteries Not Included
Batteries Not Included

Colin follows P1 of Batteries Not Included; crisp limestone
Batteries Not Included

Ben Nevis (Scotland) (map)

The Ben as seeon from the approach

Descending the Ben toward the Red Burn area

Breaking through the cornice onto the flat summit plateau
Point Five Gully

Descending off the summit through intermetent white out

Bishop Creek (map)

Slab at the top of P3
West Face

In a warm puffy jacket at the P2 belay, Aspendell in the background; the vansion is parked in the pullout on the road above Colin's head
West Face

Blacktail Butte (map)

Avoiding the snow in the high country, we retreated to Blacktail Butte and climbed a couple routes

Blue Cloud Spires (map)

Rocks littering the field near our camp site

Rock hoping around the top of Elk Rock

Super fun climbing on a freezing cold day
The Road Goes On Forever

Super fun climbing on a freezing cold day
The Road Goes On Forever

Big buckets on steep rock, but piggin' cold
Rat King

Boracay (Philippines) (map)

Lucie being blown by the wind at sunset (she's actually doing a handspring)

Pretty sailboat and men repainting a boat hull at low tide

Castle Rocks (map)

Comp Rock, the other "big" rock at Castle Rocks

Catskills (map)

Bones dances up the wet and drippy Mephisto Waltz
Mephisto Waltz

Central Cordillera (Philippines) (map)

Rice terraces between Banga-an and Tanulong

The jeepney on the way to Batad became stuck, so we all grabbed our stuff and continued on foot

View of the rugged Batad valley and its rice terraces

Emiliano working on a bulul carving

View of coffins hanging on a cliff face in Echo Valley

View of coffins hanging on a cliff face in Echo Valley

Lucie plants rice with Gloria, a native of Tanulong

A man and his grandson take a break from working in the rice terraces

A man turns up the soil in a rice patty using a carabao

Chamonix (France) (map)

On our last day, the sky cleared enough for us to see the surrounding peaks

Charlevoix-Est (Canada) (map)

Will following the crux 5th pitch
La Pomme D'or

Will leading the 7th pitch
La Pomme D'or

Chilliwack (Canada) (map)

Chilliwack mountains

The summit of Mt. Slesse as seen from the east
Northeast Buttress

Chimborazo (Ecuador) (map)

Lucie, modeling above 16,000 feet

City of Rocks (map)

Tommy shows his stuff at the start of Animal Cracker
Animal Cracker

Moving through the initial bulge on big jugs

Crimpy changeover in order to make the clip
New York Is Not The City

Jim grabs the better holds at the start of the route; the technical crux lies above
Terror in Tiny Town

Tommy and Michelle drinking…how about a beer?

Michelle and Beverly hike into the area behind Parking Lot Rock

Tommy belays Jim on Sabbatical

Crimpy holds on Looker

South Creek as seen from Flaming Rock; Bumblie Rock is right of center and Slabbage Patch is left of center

Tommy and Michelle climbing in the cold morning wind
Intruding Dike

Cochiti Mesa (map)

Sending the super-overhanging Prow
The Prow

Cody (map)

Joe climbs the crux pitch of Mean Green (WI5), belayed by Tommy
Mean Green

Colorado National Monument (map)

We nearly walked into some sheep on the way out…really!

Columbus (map)

Tommy happy out on the range

Colin trying to look all buff and stuff

Another view inside the Mother Ship

Cordillera Real (Bolivia) (map)

High camp
Southwest Face, Normal Route

Llamas carrying gear to base camp at Laguna Negra
Southwest Face, Normal Route

Illampu (6368m) in Bolivia, taken from high on the ridge on Ancohuma
Southwest Face, Normal Route

Establishing base camp
Southwest Face, Normal Route

View of mountains from base camp
Southwest Face, Normal Route

Ancohuma (6427m)  From Camp I. The climbing route we attempted ascends the ice fall to the rght of the picture onto the glacial plateau above.
Southwest Face, Normal Route

A view of Ancohuma (6427m)  from high camp at 5600m. The climbing route we attempted crosses the glacial cirque towards the peak, then traverses right to a snowy ramp that is climbed to a plateau. From the plateau, the route turns left traversing to the base of a steep face, which is ascended up to the summit ridge, which is followed to the top.
Southwest Face, Normal Route

Enjoying the sunset at Camp I
Southwest Face, Normal Route

Llamas carry gear to/from base camp
Southwest Face, Normal Route

Camp II at sunset; everyone has already gone to bed in preparation for the climb
Southwest Face, Normal Route

Three girls in Cocoyo

Expedition photo taken by a local in the town of Cocoyo (taken during the trek back from base camp to Sorata)

A family peels a field of potatos

Lucie doing some cleaning at base camp

Costa Blanca (Spain) (map)

Ben completing the traverse on the third pitch
Rowland's Magical Mystery Tour

Ian and Ben at the belay at the end of the third pitch
Rowland's Magical Mystery Tour

Cuenca (Spain) (map)

Climbing a beautiful orange corner system
Sudor y Sangre

Cuzco (Peru) (map)

Approaching Abra de Warmiwañusqa (Dead Woman Pass) at 4200m, a porter struggles under an enormous load of gear that tourists refuse to carry; this is the highest point on the Inca Trail

Machu Picchu in the early morning

Denali National Park (map)

Denali from Foraker base camp

Arriving at base camp
Southeast Ridge

Foraker as seen from the Kahiltna glacier

Devil's Tower (map)

Awesome Devil's Tower

Excellent corner jamming on P2

Climbers on the famous P2 of El Matador. The woman following was barely able to make the stem.
El Matador

Dolomites (Italy) (map)

Sassolungo towers from the height of the pass near the Sella towers

John nearing the second belay on the South-West Arete of Delago Tower
South-West Arete "Delagokante"

Dragoon Mountains (map)

The Hands formation in the late afternoon light

View of the Dragoons from the west, with views of Whale Dome, Westworld Dome, Squaretop, and Rockfellow Group

Dennis leading the third pitch of Warpaint; this part is about 5.9

East Rosebud (map)

Starting the first pitch (WI4) of California Ice
California Ice

Joe climbs the second pitch (WI4) in a snow squal
California Ice

Returning from a failed attempt at Sand Dune Falls

El Rito (map)

In a sea of knobs and cookie-chip chunks

Eldorado Canyon (map)

Jamming through the final steep crack
Blind Faith

Fisher Towers (map)

Leading the corkscrew -- one of the wildest summits anywhere. The ropes are arched to the right due to strong winds
Stolen Chimney

Franconia Notch (map)

Jim, just after the rock traverse on the Black Dike
Black Dike

Pulling the monster roof on the 5th pitch
Bennedictus Direct

Climbing the slab below the overlap on the 5th pitch
Bennedictus Direct

Bones at the crux of the first pitch; from here, the route continues [climber's] left on an unprotected 5.8 face
Bennedictus Direct

Bones runs it out on the thin 5.9 traverse on the 4th pitch
Bennedictus Direct

At the belay at the start of the 4th pitch, scoping out the pitch ahead
Bennedictus Direct

Following the 4th pitch
Bennedictus Direct

Taking a photo as Will leads the 4th pitch
Bennedictus Direct

Fruita (map)

Nikos climbs another hill on the lower section of Zippy Da Do Da

Guangzhou (China) (map)

Vegetables in the street market

Hawaii (map)

Lucie shows how it's done

Hellgate Gulch (map)

Tommy sending at Hellgate
Uncomfortably Numb

Colin leads up the awesome wall
Weird Science

Colin leads up the awesome wall
Weird Science

Not much difference between the 11s and the 9s on this wall
Melt Down

Not much difference between the 11s and the 9s on this wall
Melt Down

Tommy sending at Hellgate
Uncomfortably Numb

Hong Kong (China) (map)

Danger sign…don't climb here!

Jim at the belay on Catastrophe
The Arete

Independence Pass (map)

Want some beans?

Indian Creek (map)

Chris sends Swedin-Ringle, making it look like 5.10

Near the top of the crack Colin finally gets a rest by stemming to the opposite wall
Cave Route

Ithaca (map)

High on the pillar the ice is fractured and thin, with water visible through the ice veil
Estes Point Pillar

Joshua Tree (map)

Flowering joshua tree

Weird layback moves up the arete of Garden Angel
Garden Angel

Allen leading Cryptic

Yvon nearing the top of Hidden Tower
Wild Wind

The gang, gathered in Joshua Tree

John enjoying the conviviality at camp

Low on the all time perfect crack
Illusion Dweller

Jim and Allen on Rubicon

Following the all-time classic hand crack
Double Cross

After the crux; the next piece is the tied off chicken head visible just above
Boogers on a Lampshade

John traverses across to the first belay
Figures on a Landscape

Tom sends Solid Gold
Solid Gold

Kandersteg (Switzerland) (map)

The little town of Kandersteg surrounded by high mountains

We climbed the rock on the left to avoid breaking the fragile pillar

Traversing left at the start of P2

Following the steep pillars of P2

Lake Willoughby (map)

Leading the fragile third pitch of the Gentleman
The Last Gentleman

Climber leading the second pitch of the Gentleman in fat conditions
The Last Gentleman

Will leading the crux columns of The Promenade
The Promenade

Reign of Terror as seen from The Promenade
Reign of Terror

Leavenworth (map)

Kristy enjoying the perfect 5.9 flake on the third pitch

Little Falls (map)

Bouldering on Moss Island
Green Traverse

Lost Horse Canyon (map)

Our camp at Observation Point; it snowed…again

Lumpy Ridge (map)

Leading the awesome finger crack of Cheap Date; this route makes a great alternative finish to Fat City
Cheap Date

Climbing the crux bulge on the second pitch; the difficulty of this pitch is in placing gear, as it's thin and technical
Romulan Territory

Masai Mara (Kenya) (map)

Male elephant and approaching storm


Some bird, which type I've forgotten

Giraffe and baby



Lions feasting on a topi

Two impala sparring

Two white rhinos


Two crown cranes

Leopard in tree


Giraffe and baby giraffe

Sparring zebras

Nursing elephant

Mother and baby elephants

Jumping vervet monkey

Meteora (Greece) (map)

Nikos rapping off the top
Es geht auch ohne!

Looking down from the second belay -- a sea of knobs and pebbles
Pillar of Dreams

The town of Kastraki

The town of Kastraki with the distinctive Meteora towers in the background

Close-up of Aris and Fondas at a belay on Hypotenuse

Jim attempting a harder route (VIII+)
Fingertip and Sky

Mt. Kenya (Kenya) (map)

Enjoying the sunset, if not for the altitude sickness

Our camp near the Austrian Hut

Waking up to the sun at our camp near the Austrian Hut

Chris' tent near the Austrian Hut

Bags of grains at the Chagoria market

Our camp at Hall Tarns near Mintos Hut

The beautiful Gorges Valley with Mt. Kenya at the head

Lakes at Hall Tarns near Mintos Hut

Hiking through a forest of giant groundsel

Our descent to McKinder's Camp went around Point John; the summit of Batian is just behind

We soloed several pitches up to some ledges, then racked up here at daybreak
Normal Route

Hanging out on the summit; the clouds are already starting to develop for the afternoon snow
Normal Route

Racking up after soling a couple pitches
Normal Route

Sitting in front of the Howell Hut
Normal Route

Mt. Lemmon (map)

Looking towards Tucson from the top of the Iranian Wall

Dennis moving up to the initial roof on the Noodler
The Noodler

Mt. Rushmore (map)

Colin follows small crimps in the rain (which turned to snow)
5.9 Route

Narrows (map)

Pulling over the crux of Mixed Emotions
Mixed Emotions

The initial chimney on Lock Tender
Lock Tender

Using technique to pass one of the overhanging overlaps
Lock Tender

Needles (map)

Climbers on Airy Interlude
Airy Interlude

Negros Island (Philippines) (map)

On top of the only climbable rock on Apo Island, you can see the beach where we had lunch and relaxed between dives

Some children playing at the beach on a small banca boat

New River Gorge (map)

Burning it up on Burning Calves
Burning Calves

Burning it up on Burning Calves
Burning Calves

Moving around the nose
Super Crack

Easy climbing in the midsection of the route

Tad traversing under the arch of Cresenta

Joe partying on Party in Your Mind
Party In Your Mind

Will placing gear in the super Smooth Operator
Smooth Operator

Climbing the perfect hand crack of New Yosemite
New Yosemite

Squeezing out of the chimney at the start; I thought this was the crux of the route
Stuck in Another Dimension

Tad having an adventure at the New
Anal Clenching Adventures

North Cascades (map)

Ade topping out on Forbidden
West Ridge

Stuart, Jim, and Tracy lookin' tough on Mt. Baker
Coleman Glacier

Stuart leading Winnie's Slide on the Fisher Chimney route
Fisher Chimneys

Ouray (map)

Leave the security of the cave on the third pitch; the ice is very unstable here

Leading an unknown line between the bridges…looks easy, but it's 4R

In the gorge, in a sea of ice
Tangled Up in Blue

Owens River Gorge (map)

In a sea of pockets near the anchor

Patones (Spain) (map)

Jen reaches the first clip
Hasta Incluso

Pinecliffe (map)

Once high in the corner, Nikos moves leftwards through the roof to the belay station

Pitcairn (map)

Eric seconding on the first ascent of Men With Guns
Men With Guns

Pompey (map)

The living room of our house

Quito (Ecuador) (map)

Street vendor selling tasty treats; that dude's about to kill Lucie

RMNP (map)

Climbing the 8th pitch, which is actually on the east side of the pinnacle
South Face of the Petit Grepon

Nikos at the Pizza Pan Belay
South Face of the Petit Grepon

Nikos leading the final pitch to the table-sized summit of the Petit Grepon
South Face of the Petit Grepon

Cathedral Spires at dusk; the Petit Grepon is the thin needle-like summit above the large triangular face

Rai Lei (Thailand) (map)

Martin (again) on the crux of the first pitch of Ao Nang Tower
Orange Chandeliers

View from the top of Mai Pen Rai
Mai Pen Rai

View from the top of Chicken Muscle, looking towards East Rai Lei Beach
Chicken Muscle

View of Ton Sai Bay from the top of Chicken Muscle
Chicken Muscle

Jim leading "Land of Smiles" on Happy Island
Land of Smiles

Jim, at the top of the second pitch of The King and I
The King and I

Rai Lei Beach

Topless women at East Rai Lei Beach

Martin and Udsie looking for an available boat to return to Ao Nang

Red River Gorge (map)

Tad climbing one of the most aesthetic climbs on the planet
Rock Wars

Tad behind Miguel's, after a heavy night of drinking

Red Rocks (map)

Allen crimping high on the Prince
Prince of Darkness

Unknown woman leading Running Man
Running Man

Rifle (map)

Amazing climbing, no route finding here due to the chalk

Fierce and strenuous laybacking
Rumor Has It

Rock Garden (map)

Traversing to the arete

Salmon River Falls (map)

Finishing the crux column, about to dry tool to the finish on rotten shale
Mate, Spawn, and Die

Series 4: Climbing into the crux, the ice hangs free from the rock above
Mate, Spawn, and Die

Series 6: Placing bomber protection before moving into the free hanging columns
Mate, Spawn, and Die

Jeremy climbs the stellar line in fat conditions, belayed by Leslie
Mate, Spawn, and Die

Chris reaches the first bolt on top of the steep ice on the second ascent; the route continues to the right onto a ledge (the one with the icicles), then pumps through three large roofs to the rim
Play It Again, Salmon

The first ascent of Play It Again, Salmon -- on the steep, free-standing pillar at the bottom of the route
Play It Again, Salmon

The first ascent of Play It Again, Salmon -- overview of the entire route
Play It Again, Salmon

Bones climbs through the crux of the route -- overhanging daggers and curtains
A Pitch Called Wanda

Emerging from the ice cave, Bones continues
King Salmon

Tommy runs it out over the initial section
Play it Again, Salmon

Spectacular climbing on the 100' free standing ice column
Play it Again, Salmon

Chris belays Tommy while he places a screw
Play it Again, Salmon

Mike first ascent, center section of the main falls
Slappin' The Salmon

Mike first ascent, center section of the main falls
Slappin' The Salmon

Jim leading an unnamed column on the wall left of the main falls
Emergency Release

The columns of ice along the canyon rim (right of the Main Falls) form into fat and challenging climbs late in the season
Emergency Release

Tad attempting to lead the first pitch of Shale We Climb
Shale We Climb

Pumping through the opening roof
Shale We Climb

Tad following the main downstream flow
Salmon Steak

Simeon on the first ascent of Sashimi; doesn't look like it, but water is running into his boots

Seneca Rocks (map)

Jeremy stylin' on Castor

Shoulder dislocation on Castor

Joe lookin' out; I can be seen in the reflection
Pleasant Overhangs

Sept-Îles (Canada) (map)

Will leading the third pitch (WI6); lots of twisted-looking overhanging ice
Le Mulot

The third pitch of Le Mulot; the overhanging cliff and constant wind work to create the painfully contorted, yellow icicles on the right
Le Mulot

Shawangunks (map)

Leading a first ascent of a route to the right of Resistance (5.11?)
Lichen' The Lip

Will leading Black Crack, a nice 5.10 crack left of Lost City Crack
Black Crack

Series 3: Moving through the crux of Cars that Eat People
Cars That Eat People

Series 5: Moving through the crux of Cars that Eat People
Cars That Eat People

Will at the "pod" crux of Resistance
Resistance (aka Surprise Crack)

Leading the 5.8 section up to the roof
Stannard's Roof

Series 2: Moving through the crux jams
Harvest Moon

Series 6: A toe hook allows one to grab the horizontal further left
Swing Time

Pulling through the lip of Foops

Messing up a tenuous clip on Scare City
Scare City

Clipping the second piece of gear at the start of the crux
Max Factor

Jim following the first 5.9 section of Foops

Close-up of Joe climbing the crack above the crux on Retribution

Tom clearing the second crux on MF, pitch 1

Jim leading the second pitch of Directissima

Dick on the mega-classic MF

Series 3: Jim moving past the crux on the first pitch of Matinee

Series 6: Lock off and reach high in the crack above
10,000 Restless Virgins

A climber makes his way up the first pitch
Modern Times

Chris boulders the opening moves on the direct start of Scary Area; Bones offering support from below
Scary Area

Placing the first piece of gear in the horizontal
Scary Area

Scoping out the moves above
Space Invaders

Moving up the initial arete on Space Invaders
Space Invaders

Series 1: Starting the difficult traverse moves beneath the roof

Series 3: Snagging the bucket at the end of the traverse

Bouldering up the start of Susie A (5.10+)
Susie A

Sheep Mountain (map)

Relaxing on top of Devil's Thumb
Standard Route

Belaying Tommy with fingerless gloves
Standard Route

Making the crux face moves at the bottom of the route
Babies On Fire

Shelf Road (map)

Close-up -- Grabbing the jug after the tenuous opening moves
Bacher Against The Wall and Kauk Her

Sinks Canyon (map)

In the steep corner of P1
More Gunky Than Funky

Smith Rock (map)

Climbing giant huecos
Ten Gallon Buckets

Allen following midway up Karate Crack
Karate Crack

Jim jams his way up one of the few cracks at Smith
Karate Crack

South Dakota Needles (map)

With rain starting, Jim does a quick rap into the chimneys
West Gruesome

View of the Cathedral Spires, as seen from the top of the Totem Pole

Colin sitting on top of the Hitching Post
Hitching Post

Leading out of the corridor up the back side of the Tricouni Nail
Tricouni Nail

Anchored to the top of the Tricouni Nail
Tricouni Nail

A view of the Ten Pins, as seen from the top of the Totem Pole

Standing on the sub-spire just after the crux
Totem Pole

Rapping the Totem Pole
Totem Pole

On the summit of the Totem Pole
Totem Pole

On the summit of the Totem Pole
Totem Pole

South Platte (map)

Stemming into the crux corner
Deception Past

Clipping the #1 Camalot
Deception Past

Reaching the belay on the first pitch of Deception Past
Deception Past

Spearfish Canyon (map)

Climbing in the snow

Telluride (map)

Jim starting the third pitch of Bridalveil Falls
Bridalveil Falls

Ten Sleep Canyon (map)

The canyon, low down, near the Home Alone area

Stemming the funnel at the top of Beer Bong
Beer Bong

Wicked good climbing up this arete
Positive Identification

Super cool climbing on pockets
Positive Identification

Pullin' down on pockets
Warewolves in London

Pullin' on jugs up the arete
Orange Likin' Delight

Cool detached spire with several routes

Tennessee Wall (map)

Sunset and still can't get enough; Tad climbs the runout arete of Crash Position
Crash Position

Tetons (map)

The Grand Teton

Teton range

Teton range

The Hut (map)

First floor with completed chimney and Lucie on the mezzanine

The Hut is stained dark brown (as required by our APA permit)

View of the dix range from the bay window

The chimney and gear room

Once the log is squared, many planks can be quickly cut

Tinkers Falls (map)

Leading a possible first ascent of a dangerous column at Tinkers
The Pencil

Series 7: Once up high enough, screws are placed

Series 10: Simeon follows

The reliable pillar to the left of the main waterfall

Tsavo (Kenya) (map)

Cool lizard

Hippo with bird

Red elephants (actually, just normal elephants covered in red soil) and a small baby elephant

View from our approach to Elephant Rocks

The lower summit of Kitchwa Tembo. We climbed the highest rock formation on the left.

Rappelling ths chimney on the descent

Tuolumne (map)

John reaching the first belay on West Crack
West Crack

At the belay on Dixie Peach, 5.9 (photo taken by Tad from South Crack)
Dixie Peach

Vail (map)

Jim leading the crux, 5+ conditions
The Fang

Venice (Italy) (map)

Canals in Venice

Vilcanota (Peru) (map)

Horses crossing the stream

High camp on Auzangate
East Face

Dawn from above 6000m on Auzangate
East Face

Descending from the high point on Auzangate
East Face

Jim, rapping off the headwall on Auzangate
East Face

Summit of Campa
North Face

Closer to Campa Pass; looking at Ccapana, Pachanta, and Jatunhuma (in the distance)

Mariposa from high up on Auzangate

Little girl wandered into base camp near Pachanta

View looking back at Campa Pass (on the left) and the lakes of Ticllacocha

Woman spinning wool

Wawa Gorge (Philippines) (map)

Simeon nears the belay on Tofu, one of the dirtiest climbs I've ever climbed

Whitney Portal (map)

Mt. Whitney, as seen from our campsite

Tommy follows the undercling pitch with a full pack of gear, no less
No Country for Old Men

Wild Iris (map)

Wind swept plateau on the approach to the Main Wall

Single finger monos are common on routes here…even the easy ones
Latex Cowboy

Yangshuo (China) (map)

View of Yangshuo and surrounding countryside

Jim high on Crag X
Xin Jiang Black

Moon Hill from a distance

Jim standing beneath the arch on Moon Hill

Yosemite (map)

The Big Stone (black and white)

Yosemite Falls

Jim following the famous layback pitch of Wheat Thin
Wheat Thin

The crux of Wheat Thin -- getting into the crack
Wheat Thin

Leading the beautiful finger crack of La Cosita
La Cosita

Seeley at the top of the fifth pitch
East Buttress

Leading the aid pitch on the East Buttress
East Buttress

Leading the awesome crack pitch, Reed's Pinnacle Direct
Reed's Pinnacle Direct