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Aug 21, 2011
Is it possible for a marmot to run away with a pair of climbing shoes...leaving no trace behind except for a chewed trekking pole handle? If the answer is yes, then sleep with your shoes at the hulk. Jack Ziegler
From Golden, CO
Joined May 6, 2010
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Aug 22, 2011
Yep. They took my tape gloves and helmet straps after chewing them off. They nibbled on the outside of my pack and chewed on the outside of my buddies pack. If you have sweated on it/in it, they may want to get the salts. Greg D
From Here
Joined Apr 5, 2006
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Aug 22, 2011
Maybe your partner was too scared to do the climb, so he/she hid them and then chewed on your handle so you'd think it was a marmot?! csproul
From Davis, CA
Joined Dec 3, 2009
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Aug 22, 2011
Add a pair of flip-flops to the count, apparently they had quite a feast this weekend d e
From Reno, NV
Joined Oct 28, 2010
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Aug 22, 2011
csproul wrote:
Maybe your partner was too scared to do the climb, so he/she hid them and then chewed on your handle so you'd think it was a marmot?!


LOL! Thats what i was thinking! Maybe Positive Vibrations is really that intimidating....
Jack Ziegler
From Golden, CO
Joined May 6, 2010
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Aug 26, 2011
Rock Climbing Photo: Awesome Marmot Shirt.
Awesome Marmot Shirt.
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Aug 29, 2011
Rock Climbing Photo: Friggin Crag Rats!
Friggin Crag Rats!

These were ate by the Darwin Canyon warren.
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