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Tim and I selected Highway to Hell as our climb du jour.  The climb is located to the right (south) of its more famous neighbor, Stairway to Heaven. Stairway itself was looking a bit anemic on the bottom pitches.  Highway to Hell was quite the opposite. It is in fat condition right now. So much so that a name change should be considered:  "Sticker, Blue Goo Highway." The absence of snowfall for the past three weeks has delivered a sweet window for getting on some normally high hazard climbs like HTH.

Here's to winter!

[caption id="attachment_4641" align="alignnone" width="1200"] On approach to Highway to Hell[/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_4643" align="alignnone" width="1800"] Getting some on Pitch 1[/caption]

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Here's to winter!

[caption id="attachment_4641" align="alignnone" width="1200"] On approach to Highway to Hell[/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_4643" align="alignnone" width="1800"] Getting some on Pitch 1[/caption]

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