Route: Southeast Couloir Team: Ted, Christy, Kim Havell, Karen Kingsley Taking advantage of the huge upslope storm that blanketed the Sangres with snow a few weeks earlier, we went to the Crestone Needle. We skinned up the South Colony Lakes Road and set up camp for the night. The next morning, as we made our way up Broken Hand Pass, we came up on two other women skiers, Karen Kingsley...
Route: Southeast Couloir Team: Ted, Max Taam Being tied to Aspen through most of winter, my last trip to ski a 14er was in December when I went to Kit Carson with Chris Davenport. With the arrival of spring and the forecast looking good, and thanks to online trip reports showing favorable conditions in the Sangres, I thought it was time to go for the Crestone Needle. Max Taam, Aspen...
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