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Again, back to Colorado fourteeners. Still have a few to finish. I guess a project for the next week.


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lcarreauJust curious..


Voted 10/10

How much time do you think you have before
you can finish?

Does the altitude effect your lungs?
Posted Sep 4, 2010 11:35 pm

Liba KopeckovaRe: Just curious..

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Hasn't voted

i think that i will never finish... haha (no, I am not going to climb Culebra, which appears to be boring, and is on private land. You can climb it only with a group, and pay a fee - don't mind the fee, mind the large group). Some I done several times (fourteeners), and some still missing...
Altitude? 14,000 feet is not altitude for me... I feel nothing. I am trying to get at least once a week above 4000 meters =13,100 feet, so I am well adjusted :)
Posted Sep 5, 2010 9:06 am

lcarreauRe: Just curious..


Voted 10/10

Well, have fun in Moab!

In Moab, the elevations won't kill you, but
the striking red rock formations will.

Not that I want you to die or anything..
Posted Sep 5, 2010 9:29 am

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