Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Conditions Dec 16th

Well with all the warm weather, it looks like the lines in Banff may be a tempting alternative to the chinooks of the south. Brad Hagen sent me some pictures of Drywood from a couple of days ago. As you can see, things looked remarkably good. I imagine Wall Lake, Lucifer, and other high elevation climbs should still be doing all right. How are the other conditions this week? And, how is the Montana ice looking?


At 12/15/2004 05:48:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Driving by the compound gullies this morning, the right side didn't look very good at all. However, the upper pitches of the left side still looked OK. The last pitch still seemed quite fat. However, I think most people will skip the first one. 

Posted by chris goble

At 12/16/2004 04:38:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just got an email from Joe McKay, and he has updated a bunch of info on things. The north facing climbs along the Cameron higway off Bucahannon look to be in. I am not sure about Trapper's Choice, or Trap Line or whatever it is called (opposite the Crandell Lake Pullout). I  

Posted by chris goble


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