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5/7 Pico de Aneto, Pyrenees
« on: 05/08/15, 12:03 AM »

Did a solo climb/ski of the highest peak in the Pyrenees.  Starting from the Reclusivo Refuge at 7 am ski crampons/crampons/axe were required the entire way to the 3400m summit on the direct up route. I skied the Aneto glacier down with about 1500m of perfect corn. This made for a big loop and a big day. The Pyrenees seem to offer perfect spring ski conditions. Every where I look there lines in perfect condition😊 The terrain is enchantment like but on a massive scale. Now, off to ski.
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Re: 5/7 Pico de Aneto, Pyrenees
« Reply #1 on: 05/08/15, 07:46 AM »

Are you carrying your camera ?  Wink
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Re: 5/7 Pico de Aneto, Pyrenees
« Reply #2 on: 05/08/15, 11:46 AM »

Zap, I'm living out of a Euro sized station wagon high in the Pyrenees. I don't have the skills to resize and attach with the limited WiFi I get. However, feel free to check out my Facebook page.  Zack Jessel.  I'm the only one! And it's free for the world to view! I have been able to post some (phone) picts there.
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Re: 5/7 Pico de Aneto, Pyrenees
« Reply #3 on: 05/18/15, 08:17 AM »

Aneto eh, nice work!
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