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...



TKingsbury said...

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

Anonymous said...

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