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PHOTO GALLERY: Rock climbers scale faces at Capen Park

Monday, September 13, 2010 | 10:25 p.m. CDT
MU students Peter Kissinger (belaying), Breslin Wilson (climbing) and Brian Openlander climb at Capen Park on Monday. Openlander came to Capen to climb because "climbing outdoors is exponentially better," he said.

Three MU students took on the challenge of scaling rock faces Monday at Capen Park, southeast of Columbia.

MU students Peter Kissinger (belaying), Breslin Wilson (climbing) and Brian Openlander climb at Capen Park on Monday. Wilson, a climber of 10 years, decided to climb at Capen because it is "freaking awesome," he said.
MU senior Alex Tungesvik climbs the rock face at Capen Park on Monday while junior Breslin Wilson belays. Tungesvik, who has climbed once in the last year, was joined by Wilson who has been climbing for 10 years.

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