Peak(s):  Mt. Yale  -  14,200 feet
Date Posted:  05/28/2012
Date Climbed:   05/27/2012
Author:  doggler
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 An exercise in prepositions - up, down, over, around, and through   

I figure I may as well post this, as I've already done the work on my blog. More importantly, there aren't many trip reports on the northwest ridge, which was my initial ascent route. Kroenke Lake is pretty cool!!!

Tour de Yale - an exercise in prepositions

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Kroenke Lake

My GPS Tracks on Google Maps (made from a .GPX file upload):




Thumbnails for uploaded photos (click to open slideshow):
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Comments or Questions
MtnHub
User
Quite the tour!
05/29/2012 02:03
Outstanding loop! Super job! Thanks for posting!


Artvandalay
User
Very nice!
05/29/2012 02:09
Wow dude. This is incredible. It's amazing to see what people have trained their bodies to do.


Chinook
User
Nice!
05/29/2012 02:33
Now that is the way to see the whole mountain. Awesome work!


mattpayne11
User
wow
05/29/2012 02:50
you're in way better shape than me... nice job! Crazy stuff.


msmith7361
User
Nice
05/29/2012 02:56
Good work!


BostonBD
User
Another jaw dropper!
05/29/2012 13:14
Your reports always make me tired. Great photos and well written. I like the Google Earth route shots. Great job Sean!


tmathews
License plate
05/29/2012 16:48
You should smudge- or blacken-out your license plate, dude.

Great report!


FireOnTheMountain
User
Wicked
05/29/2012 21:42
Get Lead good man!

Want to run San Luis? I'm just scared I might be too slow for you.


doggler
User
Thanks
05/29/2012 21:52
Hub - any time. It looked like a fun loop, and it didn't disappoint.

Art - eh. There are some pretty fast dudes out there who just don't choose to run in the mountains. If they did...wow.

Matt - if I want to survive at Leadville, I don't have much choice other than to do stuff like this.

Terry - duly noted.

Abe - I ran San Luis back in '10. Beautiful scenery below treeline!



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