Peak(s):  Pikes Peak  -  14,110 feet
Date Posted:  04/30/2018
Date Climbed:   04/27/2018
Author:  ralph
 Y-Couloir   

Snow conditions were thin at the Bottomless Pit area and the top. The middle had a mixture of boot and knee deep snow. The sections also had hard pack and mixed climbing over some rock bands with a little ice. Perfect weather, no WIND! I used my GPS track and made a 2 minute fly over video with some photos of the climb. The latest satellite imganery from Google Earth Pro was from last June. Odd enough, the conditions were almost the same.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcLVlLRweQE&t=7s





Comments or Questions
Kevin Baker
User
Nice
05/01/2018 21:27
Which branch did you take? Your topout photo doesn't look like the direct finish.


ralph
Y- Couloir
05/02/2018 09:20
Hey Kevin, we did the left branch. Done the direct several times.



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