Gallery for James Rushforth

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Jediah Doohan from the UK successfully walking the full 209m highline in front of the Tre...
© James Rushforth, Sep 2015
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A WW1 lookout surveys the Falzarego Pass
© James Rushforth, Aug 2015
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Dolomites dreaming
© James Rushforth, Jun 2015
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Making the long crux reach
© James Rushforth, Sep 2015
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One of the gems of Sottoguda - La Cattedrale Ramo Sinistro
© James Rushforth, 16 Jan 2016
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Back to autumn
© James Rushforth, Oct 2015
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Thin early season ice on 'La Spada nella Roccia'
© James Rushforth, 16 Jan 2016
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A glimpse of light as the sun sets on the Odle Group
© James Rushforth, Oct 2015
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Making quick progress towards the summit of Monte Ceveldale on hard Névé
© James Rushforth, Feb 2015
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Sassolungo sunset panorama
© James Rushforth, Oct 2015
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The sun sets on the Pala Group
© James Rushforth, Nov 2015
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Delicate climbing at Placca di Mu
© James Rushforth, Sep 2015
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A contender for the most exposed severe anywhere in the world.
© James Rushforth
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Battling high winds at Monte Piana
© James Rushforth, Sep 2015
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Lago Federa reflections
© James Rushforth, Oct 2015
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An alternative via ferrata shot...
© James Rushforth, Oct 2015
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An alternative via ferrata shot...
© James Rushforth, Oct 2015
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Before the storm
© James Rushforth, Oct 2015
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Sassolungo and the moon
© James Rushforth
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Mountain cradle
© James Rushforth, Sep 2015
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Star gazing on the Passo Giau
© James Rushforth, Oct 2015
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The edge of the world
© James Rushforth
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Sunrise over Sorapiss
© James Rushforth, Sep 2015
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100m high and 209m long, record breaking polyester highline in front of the Tre Cime.
© James Rushforth, Sep 2015