Maciej Ostrowski
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Sean Jones on Persephone Butterfly (5.11d) Ribbon Falls-- Scroll thru Pinterest, find your bf.. kinda weird :)

Sean Jones on Persephone Butterfly (5.11d) Ribbon Falls-- Scroll thru Pinterest, find your bf.. kinda weird :)

Ice climb.  My roommates just did this and now I really want to try it ! #MeetTheMoment

Ice climb. My roommates just did this and now I really want to try it ! #MeetTheMoment

Climbing in Croatia. Paklenica National Park full of beautiful karst limestone! Bayard Russell cruises up the water runnels of Bears On Toast, 6C+.

Climbing in Croatia. Paklenica National Park full of beautiful karst limestone! Bayard Russell cruises up the water runnels of Bears On Toast, 6C+.

Sasha DiGiulian at 19 crowned best female climber in the world

Sasha DiGiulian at 19 crowned best female climber in the world

The most perfect mountain on earth...... :: SuperTopo Rock Climbing Discussion Topic - page 2

The most perfect mountain on earth...... :: SuperTopo Rock Climbing Discussion Topic - page 2

Ice Climber by GorosArt.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Ice Climber by GorosArt.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Eye of the Tiger, Grampians, Australia

Eye of the Tiger, Grampians, Australia

Mariona Marti, Titulo Ferretero (7b ), Granada, Spain.

Mariona Marti, Titulo Ferretero (7b ), Granada, Spain.

Route Delicatessen (5.13d), Corsica, Italy | Rock & Dice: "The route Delicatessen (5.13d), on the island of Corsica, must be one of the world's coolest rock climbs. This image, by Stefan Schlumpf, wasn’t published in July's Amazing Route section because the leader is standing around. Still, I find the rock unimaginably sculpted and the ledge inviting. This photo makes me want to go try it."

Route Delicatessen (5.13d), Corsica, Italy | Rock & Dice: "The route Delicatessen (5.13d), on the island of Corsica, must be one of the world's coolest rock climbs. This image, by Stefan Schlumpf, wasn’t published in July's Amazing Route section because the leader is standing around. Still, I find the rock unimaginably sculpted and the ledge inviting. This photo makes me want to go try it."