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Black Hills, Part 3

Posted on 08. Jun, 2007 by .

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Mt. Rushmore By the time Monday rolled around I think we were all very exhausted. The heat was there to stay and it seemed unlikely that I would climb anything hard. After a monster breakfast of sausage, eggs, bacon and pancakes in Hill City, we drove to Sylvan Lake and then up the road to […]

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Black Hills Part 2

Posted on 08. Jun, 2007 by .

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We woke up to a warm and very sunny morning. After mulling around a bit we went to the KOA down the road for a $2.50 all-you-can-eat breakfast. Maybe not the best way to start off the day, but certainly cheap. Very conveniently, the trail head for the main bouldering area (Old Baldy) is the […]

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The Black Hills, Part 1

Posted on 05. Jun, 2007 by .

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Last weekend we headed up to South Dakota with Ang. and Jason Pinto to find out what was up with The Black Hills. I had heard everything from “amazing” to “total chosspile”. Much of what was featured in the movie Black Hills Gold had left me unimpressed. I was very interested in seeing the old […]

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First things First

Posted on 05. Jun, 2007 by .

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This past weekend Angela won The Everst Award, given out evey year for the best female rock climber in the country. Congratulations! We were both very psyched.

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Teva Mountain Games

Posted on 29. May, 2007 by .

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The Teva Mountain Games are fast approaching. Check out all the info at http://www.tevamountaingames.com/ev_climb.cfm I will be part of the setting crew there and I leave next Tuesday for Vail. It has been a really good time every year and I would encourage everyone to come hang out! You can always head down the road […]

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Room Project sent by Tim Clifford

Posted on 25. May, 2007 by .

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Tim Clifford has climbed the infamous Room Project in Squamish, BC. The problem starts on an obvious slopey jug rail and climbs straight up flat and slopey edges to a flat lip at about 15ft. Many people are familiar with the sport route Silent Menace 5.14a that begins with a jump across a gap to […]

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Mt. Evans

Posted on 22. May, 2007 by .

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Saturday I went to Mt. Evans with Rolson, Pinto and Camper. It took us two hours to hike in from Echo Lake. I had almost forty pounds of gear on my back and snowshoes on my feet. Conditions were great once we made it to the Dali Boulder. Angie Payne on the Dali V9 Here […]

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Back to the Mountains

Posted on 18. May, 2007 by .

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Tomorrow I will be heading up to Mount Evans. Very psyched to climb hard again.

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Mt. Evans

Posted on 14. May, 2007 by .

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Saturday I made the long treck to Mt. Evans with Ty, Si, Jeff, Jackie and Chadwick. The hike was only possible with snow shoes and it took us about an hour and a half to get to the Dali wall. This was an assesment trip, to see how things felt and get used to hiking. […]

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Happy Mother’s Day Mom!

Posted on 13. May, 2007 by .

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None of these amazing adventures would happen with out the love and support of my Mother.

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