Sill, North Pal and Thunderbolt from the summit of Temple Crag in a photo submitted by Chris Owen on March 9, 2006, via www.mountainproject.com, an REI-backed venture that aims to be the definitive climbing resource for climbers across the globe.
Sill, North Pal and Thunderbolt from the summit of Temple Crag in a photo submitted by Chris Owen on March 9, 2006, via www.mountainproject.com, an REI-backed venture that aims to be the definitive climbing resource for climbers across the globe. THE MOUNTAIN PROJECT mountainproject.com
Sill, North Pal and Thunderbolt from the summit of Temple Crag in a photo submitted by Chris Owen on March 9, 2006, via www.mountainproject.com, an REI-backed venture that aims to be the definitive climbing resource for climbers across the globe. THE MOUNTAIN PROJECT mountainproject.com

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