Sunday, December 07, 2008

file this under Cody approaches

also file this one under Cody approaches

A first ascent up Cabin Creek. I'll post some photos from Mulkey's camera later this week.

later to be named but I like to think of it as "The Best Ice Climb in Minnesota"

Mulkey Style Points

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Funeral for a Friend

Hiking in, passing the lake.

topping out Funeral for a Friend

Joel, Ben, and Echo, kicking it at the belay.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

view across the moon lake cirque

looking down the north ridge, a year later

Sunday, July 27, 2008

James starting up the second pitch on a rock south of Red Lodge.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Taylors Falls Bouldering

The doctor and I back in the old neighborhood

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

City of Rocks

After our USA Climbing Divisional Competition in Salt Lake a few of us headed up to City of Rocks to break away from the confines of indoor climbing.

Nate climbing through the shadows of Sudden Pressure

Jeff living the slab life on Stripe Rock

Jeff topping off a plate of Scream Cheese

Alex coming up Skyline on Morning Glory Spire

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Alpinist Article

Alpinist magazine ran a little article on some of our recent Wyoming adventures.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Not Really Rollin'

Yes, I'm on hiatus. Yes, I'm coaching the climbing team. Yes, I'm taking the Architectural Registration Exams. Yes, we actually stuck a saddle up on the wall for our Billings Buckin' Rock Jam climbing competition last fall. Expect some big climbing this year, but don't try to guess when.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Cody Ice Fest Crazy-Doings!

Cabin Fever

I have no idea who these dudes are. But when..... A.) the base of your climb is an hour hike in. B.) your approach navigates open water creek beds, a steep icy gully, and third class rock. C.) you can't even see the climb from the road, and D.) two guys roll in wearing suits, ties, and dress shoes.......... you break out the camera. Hard. Core. Missionaries.

Two of the toughest climbers I've ever met. One on pitch, and the other waiting below.

The Benefits to Guiding

Anya topping off Two Cold to Fire.

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Aaron on the upper flight paths of The Testament.

We were 6 miles in right here where we ran into a pack of 6 wolves. We fought them off with our bare hands and then climbed "The Testament" on the left and "The Wolf" on the right.

Starting up The Wolf. My car is at the end of the canyon, on the other side of the mountain.

Finishing up The Wolf

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Dr. West Virginia trying to fit in with the Cody locals on the third pitch of Broken Hearts.

Danaher finishing his lead on Stringer.

Gary Sieflick starting up Stringer.