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Lamb's Slide to Keiner's Conditions

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TheBirdman Friedman · · Eldorado Springs, Colorado · Joined Jan 2010 · Points: 65

Thinking of taking a lap up tomorrow and wondering if anyone has specific conditions.

Assuming Lamb's slide is in good shape: crampons and a single axe. Anyone know how the rockfall has been? If I get there too late, is it going to be a bowling alley as it warms up?

Is Kiener's covered in snow? I'm thinking rock shoes should be sufficient and soloing shouldn't be too sketchy. From the webcam it looks almost completely dry but figured it couldn't hurt to ask if anyone has a first hand account.

Ryan Marsters · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2011 · Points: 1,011

Lambslide is in decent snow shape. It will probably be sketchy by August this year. All snow is avoidable on Broadway and Kieners. 

garrett knorr · · fort collins · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 60

I skied lambs slide the 1st and it would be totally fine with crampons and an ice axe

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