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Postby michaelverdone » Tue Aug 28, 2007 9:30 pm

I know it's been said several times, but those pictures are stunning! The wide angle really gives a sense of height by including the lower surroundings. Fantastic! Do you have pictures of other climbs you'd be willing to share?
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Postby ccunnin » Wed Aug 29, 2007 2:59 am

Wow! I could say more, but the word Wow seems to keep jumping to the forefront. Amazing TR. Wow!
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Postby MOOSE DROOL » Wed Aug 29, 2007 4:23 am

Totally insane! You guys are animals. Great pics.
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Postby Yikes » Wed Aug 29, 2007 11:10 am

would be nice to be a "goat" and run across this ridge.

maybe next summer...
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Postby Adel » Sat Sep 01, 2007 6:09 pm

I must have read and reread this TR more than 15 times - the text and photos (those are not just photos - they are dazzingly perspectives) are by the best I have read/seen on this site. Thank you so much for posting them.
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Postby slaggbottom » Mon Sep 03, 2007 9:31 am

For anyone reading this thread, I'm the one that created the TR, and finally posted the complete TR over in the Trail/Conditions forum on Friday (took a long time to finish the 3-day web journal), so there's more discussion and some comments about Bivwacko I made there, if you're interested. There's also an Ellingwood TR tied in with the link posted there.

BTW, I've got more TRs and pictorial journals of hikes at:

I try to write detailed reports, sometimes mini-novels, for my family and friends who don't get a chance to experience the thrills on the trail. I'd recommend the Capital Peak, Snowmass, (both) Tetons, and Norway adventures, if you're interested. Lots of great pics at the least...

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Postby gsliva » Mon Sep 03, 2007 5:12 pm


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