Epinephrine in January


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Hangdawgrob · Jan 9, 2016 · Golden · Joined Dec 2014 · Points: 0
Hey all! I am planning on being in Red Rock(s) later in January and I am interested in checking out epinephrine. Will the chimney pitches be too cold? If so, any other warmer suggestions?

Thanks!

Klimbien · Jan 9, 2016 · St.George Orem Denver Vegas · Joined Apr 2009 · Points: 140
You'd freeze. Or at least be mighty cold if you went today. Ya never know, a week from now, it could be 70 degrees with a warm breeze. Epi is all in the shade... keep moving fast and maybe you'd be totally fine.
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RR 1/9/16 - Lots of cold, but hey people climb Everest.

RR 1/9/16 - Lots of cold, but hey people climb Everest.

David Meyer · Jan 9, 2016 · Out Yonder West · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 10
I did it in early February and it was fine. If you're efficient and relatively fast it shouldn't be a problem.

Bill Lawry · Jan 9, 2016 · New Mexico · Joined Apr 2006 · Points: 1,399
Take double ropes in case something tells you to bail. :-)

Jacob Koffler · Jan 9, 2016 · Las Vegas · Joined Jan 2014 · Points: 0
There is a lot of snow and ice building in the canyons right now as well, good luck if you try :)

R. Moran · Jan 10, 2016 · Moab , UT · Joined Mar 2009 · Points: 0
Yeah its doable. I mean I could hit my balls with a hammer. I just choose to make better decisions. You should too.

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