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Another reminder there is no climbing in Idaho

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This is a teaser post. Full trip report will emerge, hopefully in the AAC journal. We had fun. 40+ pitches of climbing, 5.8 to 5.12, each averaging 60m, in a week for 6 of us. Great rock, great company. Hard to get to. 

 

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That looks OK, I guess, if you're into that sort of thing.

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I dunno, the state is developing a disturbing habit of losing it's summits. Both Baron Spire and the Finger of Fate in the Sawtooths have had house sized summit blocks fall off this year. I hope these are a little more solid  ;-)  Here's another teaser, no climbing in this part of Idaho either...

 

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Just moved to Boise and I can confirm there is no (winter alpine) climbing in Idaho. 

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