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Peak(s):  Mt. of the Holy Cross  -  14,005 feet
Post Date:  04/10/2012
Date Climbed:   04/08/2012
Posted By:  rino91


 Type 3 Fun (Holy Cross Couloir, Easter 2012)   

The Cross Coulior has been on my list of ski descents for the past few years. Things finally worked out and we were able to get it done this past weekend. Here is a link to trip report that my partner wrote up on TGR.

http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/showthread.php/242618-Type-3-Fun-(Holy-Cross-Couloir-Easter-2012)

 


  • Comments or Questions
Elliot


Hell yea     04/10/2012 16:39
Ive always thought that rapping out the bottom was the proper way to ski this line. I would prob summmit the standard route.

Well done!


Carl


O my     04/10/2012 17:16
The approach is physically challenging as is, so why not bring a rope and a rack and make it a technical challenge too. A creative and impressive twist. Nice.


Brian C


Rock on!     04/10/2012 17:47
This is really cool. Way to put some extra effort into something that's challenging to start with.


Johnson


Sweet     04/10/2012 18:44
But what was the ratio of type 1 to type 3 fun? Looks like you had a nice mix o' fun.



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