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DLottmann

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Tub Hikes, ice climbing, etc...
« on: February 17, 2009, 11:15:43 AM »
So I started a "climbing/guiding" blog... for those who may be interested;

http://davidlottmann.wordpress.com/


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Offline alclimbup2

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Re: Tub Hikes, ice climbing, etc...
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2009, 07:18:46 PM »
Really nice Dave, great for just a few outings, imagine what that will be like after a year, please keep it up,  that picture of the "100 foot" section on rainbow: is that at end of right end of the slabs, kind of broken up area right of the last rock climbs(cruise control etc.) on the slab and before way in the wilderness?, grade 4?, sure looks harder than a 3

rock climbed rainbow several times, only ice climbed once, the slabs were covered in a deep snow that day, was a strange lead, but it was a blast, I love that whole area, secluded,

and did you ski or snowshoe out to rainbow?,
blog on!, thanx....al 

DLottmann

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Re: Tub Hikes, ice climbing, etc...
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2009, 09:32:15 AM »
Thanks al, if you're talking about the photo with no people in it, the "100 foot" top-rope, yes I would say that was grade 4. It is pretty far right of the Rainbow Slabs, Cruise Control, etc... and is quite visible right now from the road. We hiked... the snow was quite concrete on the trails due to heavy traffic from ice fest and a couple days of rain followed by cold.