Salathe Wall, El Capitan 5.13b or 5.9 C2

 
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Yosemite Valley, California USA

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Eric Klimt styling the headwall roof pitch on the Salathe. (Oct 6, 2012)
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photo by Tom Evans
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The stupendous headwall pitches.
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Climbing the perfect Enduro Corner.
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Hanging belay under the headwall roof.
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Aiding on the headwall roof.
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jugging the headwall
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Chris McNamara on pitch 4 of the Salathe Wall.
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A climber leading pitch 30 of the Salathé Wall which ascends most of the Salathé Headwall. This is one of the most spectacular pitches on the route and is relatively straight-forward (aside from the incredible expsure).
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A climber turning the lip of the airy Roof on the Salathé Wall. This is the most exposed section of the climb and is guaranteed to turn the stomach both the leader and follower.
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Two climbers enjoying the soft evening light on El Capitan Spire on the Salathé Wall. This is probably the most spectacular ledge on El Capitan. This ledge is complete detached from the wall and, when you stand on it, FEELS like it is floating.
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Tom Frost on The Roof on the FA, 1961.
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Chuck Pratt on the Headwall on the FA, 1961.
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This is me leading and you can see the Monster high left in the photo
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Leading off on the 5.12 free variation to pitch 32 above the Salathé Headwall.
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A climber leading pitch 31, the last pitch on the Salathé Headwall, on the Salathé Wall route. A short C2 section leads to the awesome Long Ledge.
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So proud.
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