Tuesday, October 18, 2011

More from the Trestles

Rose on "Red Blood Cells"

As mentioned in the previous post Tom, Whitmore, Rose, Zuzana and myself walked down to the trestle on a wet Sunday. Much faith was put into the now infamous Batholith rain shadow. After climbing on some pretty nice warm-up slabs and an interesting overhang feature we dubbed the Choke-asaurus. Zuzana spied a really nice thin face that held a couple killer problems. Here are a couple shots from the aptly named "Red Blood Cells" and some of the other finds from the day...

Creekside Slabs

Whitmore on Choke-asaurus



Tom Zoning in




Zuzana crimping

It has been a great Fall here in Southwestern Montucky. Beautiful weather and great temps continue to bring us to the bountiful Batholith. More sends are surely on the way...

Patrick

2 comments:

TK said...

Come on Tom...get thumbs working for ya...:D

podenbeck said...

Thumbs up! Probably due to the pain involved with bearing down on those tiny holds.