Hula Hooping a Peak: What it Takes

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Definitely not in my skillset. I would awkwardly trip and fall to my death if I tried this on Sunlight.
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omg why all these What It Takes threads?
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You have to hula hoop while skiing. Same rule for ski descents.
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The ultimate finisher would complete all 14ers using all disciplines ON EACH PEAK: hiking, climbing, running, skiing, biking, sex, hula-hooping, teleporting and pooping.
And cello, drinking, etc, can’t keep up.
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Tornadoman wrote: Tue Apr 20, 2021 1:55 pm Definitely not in my skillset. I would awkwardly trip and fall to my death if I tried this on Sunlight.
good call---maybe try quandary or bierstadt first, and work your way up to sunlight spire. got good insurance?
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Bale wrote: Tue Apr 20, 2021 4:00 pm The ultimate finisher would complete all 14ers using all disciplines ON EACH PEAK: hiking, climbing, running, skiing, biking, sex, hula-hooping, teleporting and pooping.
And cello, drinking, etc, can’t keep up.
None of it counts unless it was under a full moon in winter :lol:
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He had his first taste of technical dangerous scrambling on Pikes Peak?
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yup, on the roof of the visitors center. word is, it wasn't pretty--they probably should have kept their clothes on...
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