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Wet start of first pitch.  Dry start is 10 feet to...
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By Eric Wright
From: Telluride CO.
Jan 8, 2013
This is a dangerous spot in mid-winter. If an avalanche rips through here and one is unroped, they could be swept off the cliff that is hidden just below the path. Don't hang out in the gully unless you are roped up and ready to rock.
So much snow falls down this gully that by spring the entire
area where Frank is standing will disappear under twenty feet of snow.
That is to say the first step of first pitch is buried.
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Wet start of first pitch. Dry start is 10 feet to the left.

Frank Robertson gearing up.

Submitted By: Eric Wright on Jan 7, 2013
On this route:
Snow Blind Friend, Walk the Line? (submitted as Attractive Hazard) (5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a WI4+ M6 X )
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