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Photos showing the white rock on top of the cairn marking the spot where one should start going straight down to pass the anchors. I did (2) two, (30) thirty meter rappels... the second and final rappel is the longer of the two, and if you are confident in your climbing skills, you could probably work something out with a 50m rope, but I'd recommend just carrying a 60m to be safe.
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Aug 12, 2012
N 40.25707
W 105.61643
Photos showing the white rock on top of the cairn marking the spot where one should start going straight down to pass the anchors. I did (2) two, (30) thirty meter rappels... the second and final rappel is the longer of the two, and if you are confident in your climbing skills, you could probably work something out with a 50m rope, but I'd recommend just carrying a 60m to be safe.  

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