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Poudre Canyon

Posted on 17. Nov, 2008 by in Poudre Canyon

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Crossing the Cache la Poudre

Sunday I went to the Poudre Canyon with a huge crew. It was a relaxing day and I had one objective, Small Axe, a classic and tall V8 on the Black Pearl. Ben Scott lead the way, graciously cleaning ice out of the top-out holds. I got warmed up and did it first try on this day from the start. It was great to be finished early and I spent the rest of the day taking photos, while at least 5 others climbed to the top.

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Nic Oklubjiza on Small Axe

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Nic training for 8B

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Jason managed to bump his head, and although it looked painful it seemed somehow appropriate. If you have the chance check out his awesome website of climbing, art and life www.cryptochild.com

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Taking my turn

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Jason flashing Small Axe

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I also added a new problem on Hank’s Boulder called Icognito Speedo and by all accounts this seems to be V10. It starts sitting with a left hand gaston and a poor right hand. The right hand moves to a rounded gaston, left hand bumps to another gaston and then a high left foot and lockoff to a slopey crimp for the left hand. Finish out right. By all means not a classic problem, but another hard section of climbing.

Angela finished the day by climbing Surfing the Tsunami V8

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2 Responses to “Poudre Canyon”

  1. training for climbing

    23. Nov, 2008

    looks like you had a great time. I love going on trips like that.

  2. anonito

    05. Dec, 2008

    “gaston and a poor right hand. The right hand moves to a rounded gaston, left hand bumps to another gaston”

    those climbs with a gaston in each hand are all the fuss.

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