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Found: Possible bail anchor on Gambit, Eldorado Canyon


Original Post
Adam Fleming · · Moab, Utah · Joined Jun 2015 · Points: 303

Snagged some gear from Gambit. It looked like it might have been used as a bail anchor in an emergency (pieces close together, easy to clean). Let me know what pitch, the gear, your mark, and a story. If it honestly was a medical emergency, I'll get it back to you.

bus driver · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Aug 2009 · Points: 735

. . . But if it wasn't honestly a medical emergency then ?

Morgan Patterson · · CT · Joined Oct 2009 · Points: 8,767
bus driver wrote:. . . But if it wasn't honestly a medical emergency then ?
If you find the owner you should give the gear back... karma buddy
Adam Fleming · · Moab, Utah · Joined Jun 2015 · Points: 303
Morgan Patterson wrote: If you find the owner you should give the gear back... karma buddy
Fair enough.

Give me a shout even if you just had a forgetful follower.
Morgan Patterson · · CT · Joined Oct 2009 · Points: 8,767
Adam Fleming wrote: Fair enough. Give me a shout even if you just had a forgetful follower.
Ha... forgetful follower good laugh!
Adam Fleming · · Moab, Utah · Joined Jun 2015 · Points: 303
J Marsella wrote:Adam if you happened upon a brown tricam, let me know; my follower couldnt clean it when we climbed the route about 3 days before the raptor closure went into effect and I havent been back up there since. Standard beer etc trade offered. What a fun route, though, right? That final face pitch was worth the tricam if we're being honest. JFM
Sorry, that wasn't it. My partner and I actually enjoyed the the two pitches after the pigeon shit ledge. The last pitch was actually a bit too chossy for my taste, but I guess that's Eldo for ya!
Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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