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post #31 of (permalink) Old 11-16-2007, 06:44 PM
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Get that dress ready, Fly []
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The dress is ready, just waiting on the bridge []


Seriously, bridge or no, I'm gonna go for it this spring. Not sure of route yet, depends on partners and time. Anyone interested?
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Fly,I don't usually plan that far ahead,but this one has always interested me.Count me in(Jah willing).
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Call me interested [8D]
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I'd be happy to freeload on your hard earned knowledge of this mountain blackfly. I hope I'm available when this trip goes down.
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Put me down with Mr. Range and Mr. Oliver. Lots of vertical rise!
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And Mr. Hugger. Excellent. We shall have to decide on the route.
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And Mr. Hugger. Excellent. We shall have to decide on the route.
Blackfly I would be interested as well as it will be nice to get off the beaten track. Keep me posted on this I always get three day weekends, mondays off and while my gear is old and heavy I make up for the excess weight with my food cache! If you remember at the habrel hut I can exist quite easily on granola bars! Ed
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There is a new bridge across the green river for sure. you can access it from the motocross track.If you walk past the oval track down the new road the bridge is at the end. The new road is built up to the bridge for now but it will be continued on the other side in the new year to access some logging areas on the other side of the river.
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That is one good story lesson on not what to do. ie let excess self-confidence put you in peril. Interesting trip that would be.


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BF, me too, please. Unless you think it's beyond my skill levels. Your call. I wouldn't want to hold everyone else up.
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Isn't there a tyrolean set up somewhere near Nairn falls?
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Isn't there a tyrolean set up somewhere near Nairn falls?
Yes but from there it's climbing for a few 100m to get past bluffs. It makes more sense to head up farther south where there are no bluffs.

And actually it's closer to Suicide hill.
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Where's the tyrolean exactly,Chris, above the falls ? Not in the park, I'd assume
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I'd be up for this one. The opportunity to parade the new spring line is too much to ignore! []
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