Climbing El Capitan

Feb 11th 2017 — California,Climbing,Walls,Yosemite — 7:23 am

This took place last May. The original plan was to do the Muir Wall. We ended up spending 4 days climbing the lower part of the Muir Wall and then swung over to the Nose under the Great Roof. “The Triple Indirect”. We had some excellent weather and didn’t have to deal with any other climbers basically the whole time. A grand occasion.

Heart Ledges Middle Cathedral Cole Night Pitch Awkward Pitch Middle Cathedral Day Conor Chimney Conor Hunter Bay Jumaring Traversing Great Roof Conor Ledge Cole Ledge Me Looking Down Almost Up Group Shot Check the Camera Group Shot 2 Getting down Yosemite

4 Comments »

  1. YO DAWG MUY IMPRESSIONATE

    Comment by BUSY — February 26, 2017 @ 9:55 am
  2. These magnificent pictures give me a real sense of rock climbing! What is Muir Wall and how is it related to El Cap? What wonderful rocks! Climbers are pretty impressive also!

    Comment by eliza — May 7, 2017 @ 6:36 pm
  3. Impressive that you are talented enough and bold enough
    to do this. Makes me jealous!

    Comment by dad — May 10, 2017 @ 2:02 pm
  4. What a life you lead, Michael Sulock! Your mother sometimes tutors at Asheville High School, where I teach, and she told me about this website. Impressive.

    Comment by Hannah Palmer — May 18, 2017 @ 12:48 pm

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