Thursday, November 10, 2011

Priest Draw, Flagstaff, Arizona

Bouldering on overhanging limestone roofs with pockets.  What's not to like here?

We were fortunate to spend two days here in the amazing city of Flagstaff.  There are not a whole lot of problems at Priest Draw, but the quality is amazing--and luckily the snow didn't bother us or the top outs too much.

Amanda took a few really cool shots with her fish eye lens, so enjoy her exposures.

We are leaving tomorrow morning for Sedona where I will attempt Mission to Mars.  An 80 foot .12d sport route that I've wanted to do for a long time--and the last must do route of the trip.

Then--gasp--we will be heading down to El Paso to meet up with the lovely Annie Bills and her bearded wild man Benny for the culmination of our time on the road at the world famous Hueco Tanks.  Expect lots of photos...until then.

As my old boss would say:  "It's jug city, and I'm the mayor."

Onsighting Anorexic, V6.

Middle section of Twister, V5.

Inching closer to the unique topout of Twister.

This is how the top out of Twister starts.  Seriously feet first.

Floorpie--Vhard.  'Nuff Said.

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