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Treacherous Descent

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Saturday September 29, 2012

Cloudripper, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: descending Cloudripper via the west chutes, probably one of my most difficult descents, mostly class 3 climbing with some class 4 moves and a LOT of LOOSE ROCK! Every step I took would cause a big rock slide. Small rocks falling from hundreds of feet above pelted me all the way down. I was glad to have taken the helmet that morning. It was a last minute decision.


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