Peak(s):  Mt. Elbert  -  14,438 feet
Date Posted:  02/02/2011
Date Climbed:   01/29/2011
Author:  maverick_manley
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 Elbert E. Ridge Ascent / SE Slope Ski   

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Comments or Questions
benners
User
Nicely Done!
02/03/2011 16:09
Fun route in winter, no? I like the concise photo TR too. Hope you're having a great winter, Prakash.


tedeliason
User
Good to see you guys up there
02/05/2011 00:03
I like the comment of the bearded dude up there with the three border collies. ”Does it count as a winter ascent when it's this nice out.”


Ridge runner
User
was it a slog?
02/05/2011 19:42
It was great meeting up for dinner with you and Heather after your day on Elbert and ours on La Plata! Let's get out sometime soon and reminisce about our glory days.

P.S. There are two 'o's in Goose.


heather14
User
What.......
02/06/2011 04:09
Ridge runner? Did I miss the poll?!


maverick_manley
User
Re: was it a slog?
02/06/2011 04:49
I am rather disappointed myself at having missed this poll... I vote to bring iron precipice back.


Ridge runner
User
poll
02/06/2011 05:05
Those who received garlic bread were denied the poll.



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