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Spires around Lavender Peak's summit challenge technical climbers. A rappel sling is barely visible near the top. July 20, 2005

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Dow Williamsnice route shot lane

Dow Williams

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esthetic as well...
Posted Jul 23, 2005 9:57 am

Layne BracyThanks, guys.

Layne Bracy

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One look at that spire reminded me of why I am fundamentally a hiker, not a rock climber!
Posted Jul 23, 2005 11:27 am

kellydog99My slings?

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Climbed it fall of 88 or 89. not that hard but it took a while, my belay man (Bill Lewis) nearly froze. Last chunk, about 10 ft is loose, thats why the sling was down low. Good memories... was I ever dumb.
Posted Dec 13, 2011 7:19 pm

kellydog99Re: My slings?

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Yes, I lived in durango, I would not say it was fun, I just remember cold fingers. More fun and memorable was climbing the peak with it's namesake, Dwight lavender and his friend Bob Ormes. Those guys had some great stories and did some wild stuff>
Posted Feb 11, 2012 9:06 am

Layne BracyRe: Layne

Layne Bracy

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Thanks, Dan. I find online Snotel data back to 1999, and 2005 had the most snow in SW CO, just edging out 2008!
Posted Jan 19, 2012 1:11 pm

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