Corn Report – Marble Peak – Colorado

Post by blogger | April 6, 2007      

They say 50 is the new 40, grey is the new black and now April is the new May. Sure enough, prime spring corn conditions this morning on Marble Peak. Terrific weather window for Colorado today and tomorrow. Loading the truck and heading for a few fourteeners, will blog, check back soon folks!

Colorado spring backcountry skiing.
Let ’em rip, corn be king!

Colorado spring corn snow.
I’ve always liked this classic Euro style self portrait. Those are my Dynafit Seven Summits — truly nice planks. BCA backpack works as well. That’s mount Justice to the right of the word “Dynafit,” peaks in background form the Yule Creek drainage. Wish we could camp up there for a week.


One Response to “Corn Report – Marble Peak – Colorado”

  1. Zenya October 31st, 2007 9:58 pm

    It looks like winter Ural Mountans, in Russia

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