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Hi guys,

 Just wondering if anyone has some advice for the easiest walking access to the base of Pacemaker on Robie Reid, as well as any updated route descriptions to that in Alpine Select?  I read about a 2007 rockfall that changed the route, but this isn't mentioned in the guide.  Am planning to head up there later in July, hoping the snow will be gone!

 

 Cheers, topher

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In the meantime here's a really cool video of the NF of RR from a guy with a RC plane, great scenery.

 

 

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This situation is well covered in the AAJs. All of which are online. The rockfall damage is quite significant. Expect several pitches of 10+ with no pro.

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Also worth noting that based on 17 years of data there is a significant inverse correlation between "talking about climbing Pacemaker, especially online" and actually climbing Pacemaker.

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1 hour ago, G-spotter said:

based on 17 years of data there is a significant inverse correlation between "talking about climbing Pacemaker, especially online" and actually climbing Pacemaker.

:lmao:

You gotta prove him wrong @topher406!

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52 minutes ago, dberdinka said:

I plan on climbing those waterfalls next January.  Who's with me?

 

Can I take pictures from the base?

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20 hours ago, JasonG said:

Can I take pictures from the base?

I'd suggest standing well back in case of avalanche. Bring your longest lens.

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