Here are a few pictures from Dalton Wash
Atlas is one of those problems that make an area and has already attracted quite a few folks to Dalton. It was the first problem I tried when I went there and was so good I did it twice. Pleasing movement and a good combination of thuggery and technique make this a worthy test-piece. In this photo Seth tries to get a feel for the toe-hooks at the end of Atlas.
Milford's Cubical is a good problem on one of the better boulders at Dalton. This techy dihedral is one of 7 establish problem on a large boulder.
Casey on another great problem on the same boulder as Milford's Cubical. This problem and the arete to the left are top-notch but I don't know what they are called. Must dos if visiting Dalton.
Isaac cleaned this new problem above Atlas that proved to be pretty awesome. It involved big toe-hooks a blind dyno, and a tooth like hold. After figuring the beta Isaac, Seth and myself did it in succession and I think the name was the Tooth of Death or something like that.
Seth snags a jug and Isaac nearly gets booted in the face. This problem actually evolved slightly during our session but the "new" holds are solid and make the ending a bit spicier. I don't know the name of this one but it comes highly recommended.
Siemay getting her mantle on at the top of Hourglass.