No rope even!
I hope it was fun!
I think that rope would make it even more dangerous for the partner. We did not want to progress slowly and create anchors. It is actually not so bad!
that much flexibility!
Did Matt continue to the summit?
Will you create a trip report on this one?
Thanks. Yes, Matt continued on.... Report? I am not sure yet.....but I know that I will go back. I find sitting on knife edge a perfect place for a meditation.
Yes, and perhaps you deserve a cold bottle of rose after doing this?
It doesn't happen often, but it just did again. Getting POTD two days in a row. Congrats are in order. You've got another bottle of wine for tonight?
Mark, I have a special wine refrigerator at home, well stocked with wines all over the world... haha
pictures of knife edges.
It'd be interesting if more people
lived their lives on a knife edge.
Thank you again... this edge is so famous among people who hike Colorado fourteeners. I liked it very much and was surprised how easy it was to move along... I heard so many stories from other climbers, and had this scary imagination, but it was just fun...
That's all I can say! LOL
oh no... it is really fun to cross this section...not technically difficult...you just don't want to loose balance...
Definitely not - a lot of people have fallen here and died...
It is not so bad... I love to sit there and take pictures of scared people! haha
Nice photo, just to facebook1
Thanks, it is the best fourteener in Colorado (fourteneer = 14,000 foot mountain). They got over 54 peaks in Colorado, and I am still missing 5 to climb.
I think that I have this photo on facebook...haha
John Kirk tells it like it is and for me, that is enough. Still, it makes a great picture even if it makes me a bit uneasy for that person.
There is a video of a guy running it... that it pretty crazy. It was not very windy at that moment...
Is that video on U tube? I'd love to see that one. Running it? Yikes.