Did an awesome climb up the South Face/Ridge of Baxters Pinnacle. The crux was a bit challenging but I did it clean after falling once. All in all a great climb with an easy approach.
Great climbing. Very foggy weather made the climbing surreal at times.
The last pitch is great, a bit exciting for me, but really good.
Such a fun route! J'aime les tetons.
First climb in the Tetons - nice introduction to 'Alpine Lite'. Climbed the 5.9 route - South Face?
Climbed the first four pitches of the S Ridge with SP user Andinistaloco. We bailed instead of climbing the last pitch--neither of us could muster the motivation at that point. Still, a fun day out.
Awesome climb. Pefect for a late afternoon few pitches.
Beautiful weather until the last pitch, decided not to wait in line for the last pitch as storms rolled in, searched and rapped off with another pair back down below in the gully. Nice warmup for the Grand.
Nice warm up for the Grand the next day.
Beautiful day. Straight-forward route for the Tetons. A bit robust for the 5.6 grade, but expected. Absolutely loved the approach...or lack thereof! Great afternoon climb.
Gorgeous day out
Always a good time when you're in the Tetons.
I remember an awkward move near a piton and a rappel.
This was my first multipitch route ever and only my third day of rock climbing. It was awesome, except for having to pull on gear to make it through the 5.9 crux.
Did this one in the summer of '07. The last pitch was damned fun, although traversing out over that drop was a bit funky.
I don't remember the year but Mike and I climbed the N.E. Face Route and finished on the S. Ridge. On the way back around Jenny Lake we had a very notable close encounter with a large bull moose when I nearly fell into its rack while walking out at dusk. Fortunately, I stopped a few feet short and after throwing a few sticks at the moose we got it to leave the trail (bad idea but good results).
I'll admit to grabbing a piece of fixed pro to make it past the crux.
Grand Teton Warmup
Watch that last pitch. It's a doosie!