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Discussion: arĂȘtes I have followed

in: TheInvisibleLog; TheInvisibleLog > 2017-01-02

Jan 4, 2017 11:41 AM # 
I should return to some of my previous climbs with this lens - I also have been restricted to 28mm.

Hope you enjoyed returning to the Marysville area. I was running lower down in the ash forests.
Jan 4, 2017 9:05 PM # 
Aretes I have followed. A selection. An 18mm lens would have been ideal in each of these places.
East Ridge of Wolfs Head, Wyoming
Wolfs Head 4

Yellowspur, Eldorado Canyon, Colorado
wind ridge 1

Exum Ridge Direct, Grand Teton, Wyoming
Exum Ridge 3

West Ridge Bugaboo Spire, British Columbia.
Bugaboo Ridge 2

Weisner Route, Bugaboo Spire, British Columbia.
bugaboo spire 3

Not an arete- Snake Dyke, Half Dome, Yosemite
snake dyke
Jan 7, 2017 12:06 AM # 
It seems that you encountered a wolf-man out there in the Colorado wilderness.
Jan 7, 2017 1:09 AM # 
Great photos. I assume this was BC (before children).
Jan 7, 2017 3:29 AM # 
Bugaboo Spire was geographic BC. All were temporal BC.
Jan 7, 2017 5:57 AM # 
Not sure what 'geographic' BC is?
But those trips are almightily impressive. I will never look at you in the same light again.
Jan 7, 2017 10:22 AM # 
In Canada, BC refers to British Columbia. Also in international climbing circles.
We all have our rites of passage we set ourselves in our twenties. Mine was alpine rock climbing in North America. Yours was probably some classic multi-day grade 4 rapid trip somewhere.
BTW these were all pretty easy climbs. The harder stuff generally doesn't make for good photography on a rope.

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