Peak(s):  "Peak L"  -  13,213 feet
Date Posted:  04/08/2021
Modified:  08/23/2021
Date Climbed:   04/05/2021
Author:  alexhenes
Additional Members:   joelmpaula
 L Is For Languish - Like A Rat in a Glue Trap   

L is for Languish. Languishing like a rat in a glue trap. A complete and total beat down with an awesome crew. Failing never felt so good or hurt so bad.

Full Report: Peak L on Merely a Flesh Wound

My GPS Tracks on Google Maps (made from a .GPX file upload):

Thumbnails for uploaded photos (click to open slideshow):
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Comments or Questions
04/09/2021 14:47
Nice work, gentlemen. Big day.

L is for Like
04/09/2021 18:15
As in, I like the photos!
Not a skier, but can appreciate the beauty the setting gives with snow!

It's been way too long since I've been in the Gore Range.

04/10/2021 16:20
And look at that line on "R". Oh my. And my understanding is that it goes just a bit over 50 degrees.

R Definitely Goes
04/10/2021 18:32
One of the guys on our Peak L attempt skied it a few years back with his Border Collie chasing him down the coolie... First dawg descent!!!

04/14/2021 15:54
That's a steep finish on L, would be quite the ski descent. Hopefully conditions come together and you pull it off one of these years. Thanks for sharing!

Type 2 days are the best
04/15/2021 10:41
Some of my most memorable outings have been type 2 days. There may have been lots of foul language at the time, but I wouldn't have missed them for the world.

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