Jon Frohlich wrote:Bodhi wrote:I know Tim offered a few suggestions for the "progression" of exposure....any other climbs/hikes others would suggest? Who's willing to take us up on that 12-pack?
Depending on my schedule I might take you up on it. Let me know what you guys are thinking of doing or if you need more ideas. Ski season is pretty packed but with a bit of notice I could do a Bear Peak climb. The blinders suggestion is also good. I had a climbing partner who used to put a bandanna under her helmet to focus her view to the front. I don't like having my view restricted but it works for some people.
That would be great if the schedules work out Jon...thank you for offering. (Let me know you're beer/food of preference and I'll make sure you're well compensated ) I'd like to create an itinerary of possible climbs, so if you can add to our list, please do.
For the first few:
- Bear Peak (heck, even hopping around on the rocks on top of South Boulder Peak could be worthwhile)
- Mt. Sherman
I'm not familiar with Denver area non-14ers...so what else can we add to the list for low-to-moderate exposure?