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New Robson Route PDF Print E-mail
Written by weekendclimber   
Tuesday, 29 May 2007
Emperor Face
Emperor Face

Over Memorial Day weekend Steve House and Colin Haley got together to form an alpine dream team and subsequently crushed a new route on the Emperor Face of Mt. Robson in the Canadian Rockies. In a 36 hour single push starting at 4:30am, they climbed a gully system just left of the Stump-Logan route and connected with the top of that climb above the Arête that splits the two lower down. After reaching the top of the headwall, they spent the short Canadian night huddled on a small ledge they chopped in the ice after climbing from their camp Helmet-Robson Col in 19 hours. The next morning they finished the route and topped out around 1:00pm after the classic gargoyle climbing, au cheval, on Wishbone Ridge. Colin wrote a report about this great impressive new route and I cannot wait to see some of the photos.

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