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Canada - Mt Baldy (north summit) adrenaline rush

Canada - Mt Baldy (north summit) adrenaline rush


by ChrisW » Wed Feb 10, 2016 5:33 pm

Date walked: 09/02/2016

Time taken: 3.5

Distance: 5.7 km

Ascent: 873m

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Re: Canada - Mt Baldy (north summit) adrenaline rush

Postby rockhopper » Sat Feb 20, 2016 10:08 am

Another cracker Chris - I do enjoy your reports, just don't get round to adding comments every time :oops:
There may be plenty of foot and hand holds but that scramble does look impressive - as you say, not a place to fall.
Amazing how little snow you have over there compared to what we have in places here even down to relatively low levels - cheers :)
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Re: Canada - Mt Baldy (north summit) adrenaline rush

Postby ChrisW » Mon Feb 22, 2016 8:14 pm

rockhopper wrote:Another cracker Chris - I do enjoy your reports, just don't get round to adding comments every time :oops:
There may be plenty of foot and hand holds but that scramble does look impressive - as you say, not a place to fall.
Amazing how little snow you have over there compared to what we have in places here even down to relatively low levels - cheers :)

Cheers RH, don't feel bad about not commenting, but know I'm grateful for the effort this time :wink: at least you find your way into this section...I've not strayed into the Scotland section for quite some time :roll: Our winter is insane this year with great temperatures and very little snow (by Canadian standards) long may it continue :lol:
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