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Peak(s):  Grizzly Pk A  -  13,988 feet
Post Date:  05/23/2012
Date Climbed:   05/22/2012
Posted By:  couloirs


 grizzly couloir   

(YouTubeVideo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoqbuTGIRW8&feature=plcp

Climbing and skiing the Grizzly Couloir

 


  • Comments or Questions
Matt Lemke


Bad ass!     05/24/2012 03:44
I remember looking down the north couloir about a week ago wishing the Lincoln Creek Road wasn't closed. Did you walk all the way up that road?


AlpineSource1

Solid TR     05/24/2012 03:49
NIce edit, thinking about hitting Grizzly this weekend, coverage looks solid.


BAUMGARA


Nice     05/24/2012 04:58
Everything about the video is just awesome. Couloir climbing, couloir skiing, mountain biking, camping, truck. Love it all!


sevenvii


Love it     05/24/2012 21:48
So biking is the only way up the Lincoln Creek Rd currently? Might have to make a trip up there soon!


livetothemax96


Diggin it     05/25/2012 01:14
Love the video, very well done. It's really awesome, +1 on what Baumgartner said.


couloirs

Oh yea     05/25/2012 01:18
Thanks everyone for the nice comments.


killingcokes


Thank You     05/25/2012 23:48
Thanks for the beta. Heading a long ways up that road this weekend. I would have been bummed without this report.


jmc5040


Well played     05/26/2012 00:22
Excellent job using the helmet cam to put together a TR. Very good mix of clips thrown together... keeps the whole video flowing smooth!


EatinHardtack


Sweet     05/29/2012 00:24
Thats what I'm talking about. Hell yeah dude.


ctilbe

Awesome edit     05/29/2012 14:53
I like the mixing of videos from the ascent with the video of the descent. Although ripping badass couloirs is exhilerating for the skier, the long videos can get boring for viewers. Awesome job!



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