helll-ooo? anybody know the ice conditions in S. Colorado??

helll-ooo? anybody know the ice conditions in S. Colorado??

Post by Ralph Lindenfel » Tue, 28 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Third try here, folks.  I know y'all are busy posting about carrying
knives and to bolt or not to bolt, but someone with a functional
keyboard and a mill bastard file has left the comfort of their loathsome
spotty behind behind, and climbed some ice!  Right?
So, what's it like out there- is it worth going or should I just sod the
ice for the year and hit Indian Cri'k this weekend?

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helll-ooo? anybody know the ice conditions in S. Colorado??

Post by Brad Bake » Tue, 28 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

>Third try here, folks.  I know y'all are busy posting about
carrying
>knives and to bolt or not to bolt, but someone with a functional
>keyboard and a mill bastard file has left the comfort of their
loathsome
>spotty behind behind, and climbed some ice!  Right?
>So, what's it like out there- is it worth going or should I just
sod the
>ice for the year and hit Indian Cri'k this weekend?

Here is some Miss Information:

I don't know squat about ice conditions, but its been in the
60's for 3 or 4 days now in Colo Springs.  Head for Indian
Creek....

Brad Baker

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helll-ooo? anybody know the ice conditions in S. Colorado??

Post by Ken.Cl.. » Tue, 28 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> Third try here, folks.  I know y'all are busy posting about carrying
> knives and to bolt or not to bolt, but someone with a functional
> keyboard and a mill bastard file has left the comfort of their loathsome
> spotty behind behind, and climbed some ice!  Right?
> So, what's it like out there- is it worth going or should I just sod the
> ice for the year and hit Indian Cri'k this weekend?

Ice?  In Colorado?  I wouldn't count on it.

About a month ago I was up in Lock Vale and there wasn't enough ice to
make a proper mint julep, which might just be the dring of choice
given the warm weather we've had since then.  Rumor has it that
nothing's left in Cody, WY, either.  Even the ice in Canada (Ontario
anyway) has been falling down.

Ken

 
 
 

helll-ooo? anybody know the ice conditions in S. Colorado??

Post by Ksilver3 » Thu, 30 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Hey Ralph,

Check this page out:

http://208.230.185.232/iceclimbingpark/iceboard/conditions/ice.shtml

Kevin