Klawatti and Eldorado Peaks

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Randy T (Randylikest… on November 23, 2012


Manel Ferrer on November 24, 2012

Fantàstic! Com totes les teves. L.

Randy T (Randylikest… on November 24, 2012


Thank you for your kind words my friend.


Joel Skok on November 25, 2012

Beautiful Randy, such a small percentage of us ever strive to see something like this, or couldn't even consider it for whatever reason. For those of us shrouded in doubt as to the feasibility of such an undertaking, or marooned far away....I thank you for sharing.

Randy T (Randylikest… on November 25, 2012


  • From time to time, I have had these similar thoughts about these mountains that are not a far reach from my home.

  • There are many reasons, aren't there? For me I have talk about climbing several peaks and the climb either never was started or I got skunked. At least if I got skunked, that is closer to a victory than just talking about it.

  • Just talking about it is interesting! I have had several climbing partners who what to climb the same thing, yet it got delayed or even dropped altogether.

  • For example, Gunsight was dropped as an idea for 7 years. I had Gunsight in mind with a real solid group consisting of four climbers. Two of them came close 7 years ago and that was very exciting. I was able to climb with one of them this year. The other two climbers wanted us to put it off another year. We went anyway. I think I might have even gone solo, because I once came too close and caught the fever. Gunsight was in my mind, and my second knows me well enough that I would probably ditch him too and just do it.

  • I like the Mutinous character of unaffiliated climbers. It is more like; what are we going to do know?, than sign up to follow-the-leader. I am sure that you recall when we were a group of four and split up because of competing ambitions. Nice to get out, right? I wish you a wonderful week with another lofty dream.


Dave Fiorucci on November 25, 2012

Hi Randy! Beautiful photo, it looks like a little piece of Alaska. Amazing you got yourself there, nice work!

Randy T (Randylikest… on November 25, 2012

Hi Dave,

  • I have climbed in Colorado in late spring without a trace of snow anywhere. In Washington State many places from 7,000 feet and up are forever frozen. I enjoy both places. I can't think of a nicer accessible canyon, than Bolder or Eldorado canyons, and with such nice rock.

  • I look forward to seeing more of your photos. Ciao,


Siegfried Koegler on December 2, 2012

ein Mensch der nicht ohne Berge leben könnte! großartige Bergweltfotos

Nenad Obradovic on December 3, 2012

It's a beautiful picture! L+F

Dušan Bezděk on December 5, 2012

Like :)

Randy T (Randylikest… on December 31, 2012

Thank you for your wonderful comments.

  • Siegismund

  • Nenad Obr,

  • Dušan Bezděk


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