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|FA:||Adam Ondra, 2018|
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|Shared By:||Tom Gnyra on Jul 25, 2018|
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What can you do to help? If you have gear stored at Acephale, take it home. If you can't get there on or before Monday, ask a friend to pick it up for you. If your friend or partner has gear stored there, take it out, and get it back to them. If you know someone who might have gear there, mention the clean up to them.
CASA will remove the gear that is left after Monday, before the final inspection with parks. What is left will be donated to TABAR and/or thrown out. We may be able to make sensible arrangements to pick up of some of the items for a week afterward, but don't take that as a firm commitment.
As you may have guessed, there's some details we need to arrange and settle with AEP, and we're glad to cooperate and coordinate this clean up with them. If you have any questions pm me directly. We'll also give more details as we know them.
It is also to important to note the longer notice period about the clean up, and AEP contacting the community to manage the clean up is a reflection the climbing communities longstanding positive relationship with parks. Our demonstrating stewardship with this issue will continue that positive cooperative relationship.
"Disbelief" 5.15b (9b), probably upper end of the grade. Acephale, Canmore, Canada.
It was a crazy day. I almost wanted to give up. After two tries, when I got to the crux move (which is actually a foot move) totally fresh, I would slip off for like 15th time. No light at the end of the tunnel...despite the fact I stuck the move 10 days ago once, only to fall off 2 moves higher. On my 3rd try of the day, I somehow did not slip and did not fall. I cannot think many other routes where I climbed so close to my limit." -Ondra