Golly Ken -- there's a lot more routes than that out there. I don't have (or just can't find) photos of all of them. Aside from you, I did routes with Slate, Cole, Feldman and others. "Slate" -- now there's a name for a rock climber! Like my other old buddies, Joe Granite, Neil Gniess and Gunter Schist.
Door into summer looks sweet. I can't wait to get back up there. We shall see when I can. It's not all that great of a spot to bring the kid. The climbs are long and for real and the base isn't sandy and flat like we always dream about.
I can explore with the kid okay. Can't wait for spring.
This is one of my favorite threads by the way, along with the climbing in the panamints, and the Karma and Southern Belle threads.
great contribution errett, that's what a camera is good for! love the wild geometry out there. singular lines that look to demand real versatilty. why the hell didn't you drag me out there whaaay back when? well i'm peeking through your lense now. cheers guy
hi hooblie! yes those Dexter lines frequently involved changing corners and a wildly different crack size and rock quality every 10 feet. Plus doing FA's there almost always involved taking dirt showers as you wiped off sand from the ledge above you. As to why I didn't drag you there -- we were too busy searching for our roots down past Glen Aulin.