Carl wrote:Anyone got any recent shots of the trail between the Keyhole and the top...
Nothing up close but from far...the Narrows, Homestretch, top of Keplingers, backside of Palisades, and Loft. Pic taken on Sunday afternoon, November 25.
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Climbed a ton of winter routes on rock. Just like one would do in the summer except the days are shorter and the rock is much colder.
The Crestones and peaks in RMNP are a natural for one with good rock climbing skills in this type of weather scenario.
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My wife and I were up on Sunday. We made it just a little ways past the treeline with no floatation. It had snowed on us for about 2 hours. Probably 6-8" total of new snow in the trees for the weekend. We turned around there because we decided that with our late start we weren't going to make it to Chasm Lake before dark. Being up there before in deeper snow conditions I don't remember needing an ice axe up to granite pass. Maybe somebody else will chime in to say otherwise and have better info past our stopping point.
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