Zodiac, El Capitan A2 5.7

 
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Yosemite Valley, California USA

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The party on Mescalito is barely visible on this picture. No zoom lens on my camera, sorry boys!
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Sunset atop the nipple. Grand.
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A "hold." If you ask me, I'd prefer to just grab the bolt!
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Cruising up pitch 2
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Getting off the ground.
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Jugging up the lines for the haul. Note the freshly seam-sealed Fish porta-fly in the foreground. Photo credit: Mark Hudon
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Sunset on the way to P8.
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The nipple. With the gear I had left from shortfixing that one was interesting
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Jack is still going strong at 65 on Zodiac, El Capitan
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Looking up at the Zodiac from the base. This is the typical water flow in May when the first 3 pitches are usually soaked except between 10am-6pm when the wind moves the water east. The water dries up sometime in June.
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A climber jumaring the Nipple Pitch, pitch 10 of the Zodiac. This pitch is so steep that the climber is almost ten feet away from the wall.
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A climber at the twelfth belay on Zodiac using an umbrella for shade (great idea!).
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A steep and clean line.
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Terry defying the brake-hand rule while rapping
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Direct start on Zodiac
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The beauty of stone. El Cap near Zodiac start. 1997
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Sean Courage coiling a rope on the summit of the Zodiac, El Capitan. The route finishes just a few feet behind him. From the edge, it is 1600 feet straight down to the base.
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