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Best of Burr 2010

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Peter Vintoniv on Tower 2's thin first pitch (5.12-), Labyrinth Canyon/Green River Towers, Utah. From Climbing no. 288 - September 2010

Peter Vintoniv on Tower 2’s thin first pitch (5.12-), Labyrinth Canyon/Green River Towers, Utah. From Climbing no. 288 – September 2010

Wide to wider: After the first-pitch offwidth, Peter Vintoniv stems Tower 3's second pitch, Labyrinth Canyon/Green River Towers, Utah. From Climbing…

Wide to wider: After the first-pitch offwidth, Peter Vintoniv stems Tower 3’s second pitch, Labyrinth Canyon/Green River Towers, Utah. From Climbing no. 288 – September 2010

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Say “Utah sandstone” and most of us think of the soaring cliffs of Wingate, broken by the thin and strenuous black stripes known as splitter cracks. However, deep in the canyons of the La Sal Mountains, conditions are right for all kinds of stripes. Sonnie Trotter dresses the part on Aesthetics (5.13c), Mill Creek. From Climbing no. 285 – June 2010 – Photo Annual

Caroline George finds Room to Shroom (5.9) in the Wonderland, Joshua Tree National Park, California. From Climbing no. 289 - October 2010

Caroline George finds Room to Shroom (5.9) in the Wonderland, Joshua Tree National Park, California. From Climbing no. 289 – October 2010

Stripes in 3D. Jason McNabb does it right on Real Roxanne (5.13-), a lost and forgotten Todd Skinner route that climbs an amazing rib of crystalline…

Stripes in 3D. Jason McNabb does it right on Real Roxanne (5.13-), a lost and forgotten Todd Skinner route that climbs an amazing rib of crystalline granite in the Black Hills of South Dakota. From Climbing no. 286 – June 2010

Ines Papert swinging picks on the Ames Ice House (WI5), Telluride, Colorado. From Climbing no. 284 - April 2010 - Gear Guide

Ines Papert swinging picks on the Ames Ice House (WI5), Telluride, Colorado. From Climbing no. 284 – April 2010 – Gear Guide

From Climbing no. 291 - December 2010/January 2011

From Climbing no. 291 – December 2010/January 2011

Luke Kretschmar has died and gone to knob heaven—aka Candyland (5.10c), Phantom Spires, California. From Climbing no. 289 - October 2010

Luke Kretschmar has died and gone to knob heaven—aka Candyland (5.10c), Phantom Spires, California. From Climbing no. 289 – October 2010

Shingo Ohkawa ponders his next move after leaving the namesake feature of The Hook (5.8), Gate Buttress, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. From…

Shingo Ohkawa ponders his next move after leaving the namesake feature of The Hook (5.8), Gate Buttress, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. From Climbing no. 291 – December 2010/January 2011

Jules Cho gets into the Costa Blanca Tufa Groove (5.11a), Olta, Spain. From Climbing no. 286 - June 2010 - Photo Annual

Jules Cho gets into the Costa Blanca Tufa Groove (5.11a), Olta, Spain. From Climbing no. 286 – June 2010 – Photo Annual

Zac Robinson gets all Evel Knievel on North Six Shooter, Indian Creek, Utah. From Climbing no. 285 - May 2010

Zac Robinson gets all Evel Knievel on North Six Shooter, Indian Creek, Utah. From Climbing no. 285 – May 2010

Rob Pizem unleashes a stack attack on Tower 4, Labyrinth Canyon/Green River Towers, Utah. From Climbing no. 288 - September 2010

Rob Pizem unleashes a stack attack on Tower 4, Labyrinth Canyon/Green River Towers, Utah. From Climbing no. 288 – September 2010

Sonnie Trotter feels no pain on the second lead ascent of Mike Paul's Stingray (5.14a), Joshua Tree National Park, California. From Climbing no. 288…

Sonnie Trotter feels no pain on the second lead ascent of Mike Paul’s Stingray (5.14a), Joshua Tree National Park, California. From Climbing no. 288 – September 2010

Orin Salah loads for bear on the first morning, Labyrinth Canyon/Green River Towers, Utah. From Climbing no. 288 - September 2010

Orin Salah loads for bear on the first morning, Labyrinth Canyon/Green River Towers, Utah. From Climbing no. 288 – September 2010

Best of Burr 2010

Here, a selection of some of senior contributing photographer Andrew Burr’s best photos published in Climbing in 2010. Areas include Indian Creek, Joshua Tree National Park, Mill Creek, Lover’s Leap, Spain, and more. See more of Burr’s work at andrewburr.com.