Tangerine Trip, El Capitan A2 5.8

 
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Yosemite Valley, California USA

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That wall is steep! Natalia Wurzer jumaring up fixed lines to pitch 4.
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This is the first challenging pitch on the route both logistically and technically. First you climb up steep and tricky clean aid and then you climb downward swinging between fixed pins. This is not a fun pitch to follow.
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Leading pitch 7 of Tangerine Trip.
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While it appears this climber is leading the fourth pitch of Tangerine Trip, he is actually cleaning. This pitch climbs up about 60 feet then diagonals down and right to the belay. This section is very scary to clean.
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Soloist on the money pitch
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Luckily Luke and Runout Customs was able to sew a new bed onto my frame and he was even able to use a yellow color!!!
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Some of the tears in my portaledge. Each tear was "only" 2-3 feet long but there were four of them.
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Me getting ready to walk down, it always seams to be harder than I remember....
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After four days on the wall, nothing feels more awesome than walking on flat ground and taking your harness off. Ryan getting ready to suffer on the way down.
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Ryan jugging the fantastic mostly 5.7-5.10a corner on the second half of pitch 16 on the second-to-last pitch of Tangerine Trip.
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Ryan O'Connell looking like a boss
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Me (and my bicepts) loving the angle relenting and now feeling like I can fly on my jugs while cleaning. Photo: Ryan O'Connell
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Ryan's arm burn selfie after his 20ft whipper.
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Ryan leading pitch 15 on the bolt ladder right before some funky moves and a short leftward traverse.
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I was still super stoked to have the Portaledge open to relax and belay from for one last pitch.
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My biceps were feeling extra sore on our 4th day and the mini-lower-outs required on the steep wall (on nearly every bolt) that required a fair amount of upper body strength. I think I had tweaked my right arm on the 1st day on the downward traverse and n
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