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By Kyle Napierkowski
Apr 26, 2013
Visited in Feb this year and ticked off Frosty Cone, a fun moderate.
Would have liked to hop on the others nearby but, just as we were finishing up this one, a group of 20+ yahoos in bright tights showed up, hauling several guitars up the 4th class scramble. Despite dropping down 4 or 5 topropes, barely any of them ended up climbing, instead amassing at the base of DQ wall. Pretty good way to ruin a peaceful day in nature!
Hopefully my experience was atypical of the area.
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