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Re-Gram: 9 Night Climbing Photos

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Re-Gram: 9 Night Climbing Photos

Rock Climbing Night Photography Ice Climbing

Corey Fitzgerald runs night laps at the Flume Gorge, New Hampshire.
—Brent Doscher

Rock Climbing Night Photography

Climbing Black Crack (5.9+) at Annapolis Rock, Maryland.
—Matthew Harden

Rock Climbing Night Photography

To beat the heat last August in Squamish meant a lot of nighttime headlamp sessions. Here’s Tasha Chang running laps at the Grand Wall Boulders.
—Jonathan Sparks

Rock Climbing Night Photography

Keith Nadeau climbing the perfectly named Midnight in a Perfect World (V9) on a great night of climbing.
—Brian Lewis 

Rock Climbing Night Photography

We like to get out after work with headlamps—or without when we forget them—to Boulder Natural in Pawtuckaway State Park, New Hampshire.
—Kellen Busby

Rock Climbing Night Photography

Some routes in Indonesia don’t have top anchors, so downclimbing is the way to clean. Here, Garibaldi Owen downclimbs Poster Kanan (5.10c) to retrieve his draws.
—Jerry Marvin

Rock Climbing Night Photography Ethan Pringle

When the Las Vegas sun gets too hot, Ethan Pringle turns to the night and his headlamp to climb. Here he is on the infamous The Nest (V15) in Red Rock.
—Joe Segreti 

Rock Climbing Night Photography

Here’s Grand Canyon (5.12c), one of the best routes in Devil’s Gorge, North Wales, all lit up.
—Ingio Atkin

Rock Climbing Night Photography

My friend Daniel created a light trail while rappelling pitches 5 and 6 on the West Face of Leaning Tower, which he fixed ahead as the sun went down.
—Nick Brown

Low light or no light should never stop a good session. These climbers ignored the setting sun to flick on their headlamps for good temps, more climbing, and a bit more adventure.