Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Some Rock Climbing Albums From Way Back

I realized that I could put these picture albums in slide shows for everyone. So here's a couple more albums and their descriptions.

I climbed Sedona's famous Bell Rock with my college friend Jake Dayley in April of 2002. It was a great climb. Perfect Weather and everything went off without a hitch. After a very exposed approach, its one easy pitch of 5.8. Be careful though, because the rock's quality is substandard at best.

This one goes WAY back to 1998. I climbed Devil's Tower in Wyoming with my father and his friend Jeff Jackson during a long weekend. I was still a senior in High School at the time. Excellent granite cracks on a unique and imposing climb. At 400 feet, this was also the first time I led a climb with multiple pitches.

1 comment:

Andy Beal said...

It's 800 feet of basalt.