Posted on 11. Nov, 2010 by in News

Monday I went to the Park to a take a couple of pictures for the guidebook, which I have been diligently working on these past few weeks. I climbed Hi Fi V11 (FA Harry Roberston), a problem I had tried on a somewhat unfocused day earlier in the year. Based on the weather forecast, this was probably the last good day for climbing in the alpine realm, unless someone has some serious motivation, which is always a possibility. I was alone, and didn’t take any pictures of myself climbing, but there was some photographic evidence of my day up there. This was my 35th day this year at either Upper, Lower, or Emerald, which is down (because of the re-discovery of Lincoln Lake this year) from my typical 60 or so. I have made the very conservative estimate that I have spent over 400 days bouldering in RMNP in the last 10 years, and if I were more liberal it could be 500. It was a fairly uneventful year climbing wise for me in RMNP, although I did do all the moves on Jade the day I went up and tried it. That certainly provides motivation for the spring. The seasons always bring us a fresh new rotation of problems, projects and areas to visit and I am looking forward to a bunch of things for the winter, including trips to Joe’s, possibly Red Rocks, Newlin Creek, Red Feather, and Wyoming. For now, my goal is to finish the guidebook!

9 Responses to “RMNP”

  1. Davin

    11. Nov, 2010

    Wyoming? Did I read that correctly?
    That would be great to see you back up here some time! From Laramie to Cody there a ton of good things to try up here.

  2. B3

    11. Nov, 2010

    Yes youdid.

  3. Peter Hill

    11. Nov, 2010

    So Ill? Arkansas? DO IT!

  4. Chris

    11. Nov, 2010

    what were you listening to when the photo was taken?

  5. B3

    12. Nov, 2010

    I didn’t have head phones on? So nothing, but if I were listening to something right now it would be Lightning Bolt.

  6. campusman

    12. Nov, 2010

    silence is so powerful

    man do i have bad gas

  7. Scott D. Dodd

    12. Nov, 2010

    u gotta be kiding

  8. Kerrek

    12. Nov, 2010

    Where in Wyoming were you thinking?

  9. B3

    12. Nov, 2010

    some new boulders Davin has been developing with my friend Brian Capps near Vedauwoo.

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