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Climbing - Petzl Roc Trip: Red River Gorge 2007 - Emily Harrington :)

Climbing - Petzl Roc Trip: Red River Gorge 2007 - Emily Harrington :)

Klettern, Klettern, Bergsteigen, Friedrich Nietzsche, Ausbildung, Berge, Red River Gorge, Wahrheiten, Bouldern

Josh Finkelstein climbing the thin-hands 5.11 crack, Blues Riff, in Tuolumne Meadows (photo by Chris Brown, highexposures.com).

Josh Finkelstein climbing the thin-hands 5.11 crack, Blues Riff, in Tuolumne Meadows (photo by Chris Brown, highexposures.com).

Mountainering guts - Smiley's Project: Hummingbird Ridge via prAna Life

Mountainering guts - Smiley's Project: Hummingbird Ridge via prAna Life

Emily Harrington climbing in the Great Arch at RocTrip China

Bouldern, Klettern, Eisklettern, Bergsteigen, Extremsport, Bögen, Climbing Girl, Emily Harrington, Beautiful Rocks

Black Diamond Camalot C4s | Backcountry.com

Black Diamond Camalot C4

Trout Creek, Oregon: Time, weather, and erosion have picked apart these basalt columns, and what's left is a crack climber's Utopia. From fingers to chimneys, hand jams to stemming, this Northwest version of Indian Creek has something for everyone. Most routes are vertical, fall between 5.10 and 5.12, and reach 90 feet tall, but the Northern End houses some slabbier 5.7 to 5.10 lines. Here, Blake Herrington gets a feel for Purple Pinky Eater (5.12-). Photo by Garrett Grove

Trout Creek, Oregon: Time, weather, and erosion have picked apart these basalt columns, and what's left is a crack climber's Utopia. From fingers to chimneys, hand jams to stemming, this Northwest version of Indian Creek has something for everyone. Most routes are vertical, fall between 5.10 and 5.12, and reach 90 feet tall, but the Northern End houses some slabbier 5.7 to 5.10 lines. Here, Blake Herrington gets a feel for Purple Pinky Eater (5.12-). Photo by Garrett Grove

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