Thursday, November 10, 2005

kill aisha

kill aisha
Originally uploaded by cgoble72.
While today's chinook may change things for the weekend, the ice isn't looking too bad. The left Gully almost looks climable. The right gully is pretty thin. Irish dreams still has a ways to go, but aisde from the mid level break is looking promising. So what does that mean for the other climbs?

Here are my GUESSES
-midnight madness - in but a bit thin
-lineham - not in
-ruby falls - in but wet
-red rock - just a few icicles
-sullivan's - (keep forgetting to look) - not in
-crypt - upper routes thin
-drywood - gasser in, pillars not


At 11/10/2005 08:40:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a quick comment on Kill Aisha. The route starts at the break. That means the lack of ice below that angled horizontal slab is irrelevant. The top out may be thin though. Bring a big sling for some of the frozen rocks embedded near the top, or a large hex (friend) for an exposed crack.

I am also guessing that the Cameron highway only has a wisp of snow to the lake. Things up on the passes should be better for skiing. 

Posted by chris goble

At 11/10/2005 03:56:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder how the 13 degree chinook winds are destroying things... @#%$# chinooks.. I am heading up to K country for the long weekend and I will send back some info when I can.
chris m
PS the gullies looked like they were coming in well 

Posted by chris morris


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