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If by “tropical”, you mean 4 inches of rain in 36 minutes, then yes, tropical. Come on up for a little Class C++ action!
I’m in, at least for a few days.
I will volunteer to be the impetus for making the sport uncool. Certain members of this forum have some fine “fat canyoneer” shots of me in otherwise...
Tim Lee and I made a recent descent of Deneau Creek, in the northern Cascades near Hope, B.C. This canyon is off the beaten track, draining into the...
Ram-these are the same guys that wrote a 1982 article for Equinox magazine, covering their explorations. I think I may have sent you a copy back in...
Still way too high in the Howe Sound area. I’ve heard a report that Lost and Norrish have come down, but they are non-technical and quite forgiving.
A fair comment, and one which has been followed through on for the remains of this one, and a couple of others as well.
Yellow Dart-it lasted a couple of days, but I'm still pretty tired from the aftermath.
Tom, your comment about the pinch point between the rope bend within the device and the abrasive sandstone edge is pretty much the direction I've...
A long report on a longer fall in Deadeye Dick
On May 13, I started a planned solo descent of Deadeye Dick canyon, on BLM land outside of Zion Park....
Don strolling through the bottom of the conjoined Leps, after a harrowing descent of West Lep
Need to revisit....
Yep. You're up.
I had a pretty bad cold on the day this was taken, which seemed appropriate somehow.
I might have spent a little time in the Great Basin...
Mike S losing track of the canyon floor.
Looks kinda like Hell'n Maria
Another view of the Ramster, and the attendant conga line.
Tom invokes the "hand of fire"
Another view of the...
Thanks for posting this, Ram and Jenny. I have just realized that my chair did not make it home with me, in the somewhat chaotic start to New Years....
Excellent collection of shots, Ram. I was hoping someone would in some venue, post shots of the South Fork. Very alluring!
The grid-style patterns could easily be related to seismic work. Oil and gas, though, not uranium.