Peak(s):  Conundrum Peak  -  14,037 feet
Torreys Peak  -  14,272 feet
"Pk C" - 13,220 feet
Powell A, Mt - 13,580 feet
Date Posted:  10/25/2014
Date Climbed:   07/01/2014
Author:  jmibarra
 Video: Summer School   

I know that this doesn't really constitute as a TR but I had some footage lying around from this summer and decided to make a little edit.

Figured you guys wouldn't mind watching as it includes a few 14er and 13ers.

Filmed from June - October 2014.

Thanks for watching and cheers to the new season


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Comments or Questions
10/26/2014 15:44
So which route did you take on Conundrum and where is that in the footage? I'm looking at doing Conundrum from the Couloir here in the next week or so... Thanks

The First
10/27/2014 15:07
45 seconds are from conundrum. Booted up the couloir before sunrise and ended up skiing the saddle due to conditions in the couloir being ultra firm. Beautiful area, have fun! You can read the TR from that trip on my blog at Conundrum Couloir

Great Info!
10/27/2014 19:42
No issues with the down climb at the Conundrum/Castle Saddle? I climbed Castle a few weeks back and from where I was on Castle the drop-in from the saddle looked steep? Thanks!

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