Ciara Rinaudo on the "best 5.12b in the country", Easy Skankin'
. Photo by Keith Ladzinski
Andrew Bisharat experiments with bad beta on Dumpster Barbecue (5.13c), Crystal Cave. Photo by Duane Raleigh.
Isabel von Rittberg on Slacker (5.12d). Photo by Andrew Bisharat.
Ronnie Jenkins quickly dispatches the initial boulder problem on Simply Read (5.13d) to reach these thank-god jugs. Photo by Duane Raleigh
Jen Vennon clips steel on Apocalypse (5.13b). Photo by Russ Hermanson.
Ciara Rinaudo on Rifle's finest moderate, Feline
(5.11a). Photo by David Clifford
Jon Cardwell fights the relentless angle of the Wicked Cave on Bad Girls' Club (5.14d). Photo by Kevin Ziechmann.
Kneebarring is one skill that will make really steep routes, like Twisted Sister
-- a brand-new line in the Bauhaus--go at the relatively moderate grade of 5.13a. Photo by Keith Ladzinski
Jen Vennon offers an alternative to the "rodeo clip" at the base of Simply Read (5.13d). Photo by Jon Jonckers
Photo camp instructor David Clifford. Photo by Russ Hermanson
Keller Rinaudo enjoys some of the finest stone in the canyon on the Anti Phil
(5.13b) headwall. Photo by Keith Ladzinski
Robin Maslowski and Easy Skankin' (5.12b). Photo by Craig Hoffman.
A true Rifle hang dog. Photo by Seth Andersen.
Carlo Traversi climbs high above the warm-up crowd at the Project Wall to fire the 180-foot Eighth Day
(5.13a) on his second try. Photo by Keith Ladzinski
This ain't no weenie roast! Unleashing the dogs for the Photo Camp chow hounds. Photo by Keith Ladzinski
Keith Ladzinski eyeballs the students' progress. Photo by Russ Hermanson
A climber warms up on Fistful of Dollars (5.11c). Photo by Dan Holz.