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UER Forum > Archived US: Pacific Northwest > Mountaineering (Viewed 427 times)
MrDrSleeveMonster 


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Mountaineering
< on 6/11/2013 6:43 PM >
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Grabbed some friends and went back to that bridge I posted about before. This time, we played on it like a jungle gym (don't worry, we had an aid bag with us) and followed a very steep path (read: slightly worn deer run that led to a cliff) down the slope to the river. We spent a few minutes there and climbed back up. I would recommend NOT doing that, because the hillside is pretty steep (greater than 90% grade most of the way up) and consists of loose dirt and burnt-out roots. All in all, probably the most fun I've had on an exploration to date.
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Some day, your life will flash before your eyes. Do something worth watching.
dammband 


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Re: Mountaineering
<Reply # 1 on 6/12/2013 2:48 AM >
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Nuts I tell ya!!! Nuts!!!!

thetrainguru 


Location: Jasper AB
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im not crazy...wait...y es I am

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Re: Mountaineering
<Reply # 2 on 6/17/2013 12:24 AM >
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dude the guy in number 7 has balls!

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