Warbonnet Peak

A stormy sunset over Warbonnet as seen from The Cirque (August 3, 2004).

  • “Sweetwater Rocks Failure” (July 2022)
  • “Winter Day At Devils Tower” (February 2017)
  • El Matador (August 2014)
  • Black Elk (August 2012)
  • Direct South Buttress Of Mount Moran (Not)” (August 2006)
  • Northeast Face Of Pingora” (September 2005)
  • “Warbonnet – Introduction To Cirque Climbing” (August 2004)
  • Durrance Route (August 2004)
  • Some Wyo Stuffing

    Devils Tower

    Devils Tower in August of 2004.

    Northeast Face (Pingora)

    Shirley and Blondie taking a water break on our approach to the Cirque (Sept. 2005).

    East Ridge (Wolfs Head)

    Shirley changing over to approach shoes just below the Wolfs Head - Overhanging Tower notch following our last rappel. This is the typical weather that hit us on every descent - the time of the day is about 4 or 5pm (August 4, 2004).

    Cirque Of The Towers

    Shirley admiring the The Warriors from the shores of Lonesome Lake. Jackass Pass is behind her. The Plume (a small tower adjacent to Warbonnet) is the first formation right of the pass & Warbonnet is the first major mountain right of pass (August 3, 2004).

    Mount Moran

    Shirley paddling our way across Leigh Lake on the way to the South Buttress Of Mount Moran (failure)...which itself lies dead ahead (Aug. 2006).