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A grey fox skull wedged in a crack 100' up on a FA I was working on - don't see that every day...

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By A.P.T.
From: Truckee,Ca
Feb 9, 2007


By Mike Pharris
From: Longmont, CO
May 12, 2009

Pretty granite!

By Shawn Mitchell
From: Broomfield
Jun 17, 2009

Maybe yours was just the first human ascent? Well, no, looks like he didn't send.

By Sam Feuerborn
From: Durango, CO
Nov 30, 2009

I can't believe no one has jumped on this one before...but can you say head jam?!

By Woodchuck ATC
Feb 21, 2010

Geez, that's dedication to sending your route I"d say.

By Chance Copeland
From: Austin, TX
Jul 5, 2011

Now where's the picture you took after slinging it and clipping in??

By Tyson Taylor
Sep 6, 2011

I wish I could see the whole route. Was it a giant notch that he could have fallen into from above? Crazy pic.

By fat cow
From: Salinas, CA
Dec 4, 2011

thats some beautiful rock! where is this, what route?

By MountainManny
From: Idaho Springs
Jun 18, 2012

Crag food?
Fox jerky is lean baby!

By Don Ferris
From: Eldorado Springs
Jun 4, 2013

I wonder if he died of dehydration or exhaustion.

By good pro
Jun 11, 2014

photoshopped 4 sure (I am Elena Sera Jose (Ellanore) the most annoying f*&king troll on MP, so no one should really listen to anything I have to say about anything.)

By Glenn Schuler
From: Monument, Co.
Jun 11, 2014

Definitely not photo shopped, that is the original pic. The flash came on so it brightened up the rock for sure. This killer .11+ crack route is located on Mt. Herman near Monument, Co.
Here's my theory: this splitter crack bisects a 60' free standing pillar which has a perfect bird of prey flat hangout spot on the summit. I think that some big ass bird like a turkey vulture or golden eagle got a hold of a grey fox carcass and sat up there and ate it. Over time it worked it's way down the crack to where it is wedged in this photo (about 30' from the top).

By Tony B
From: Around Boulder, CO
Aug 12, 2014

Wow, cool photo.
I think it's great that Elanor both pointed this out to us AND came clean on her idiocy in a single post.

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A grey fox skull wedged in a crack 100' up on a FA I was working on - don't see that every day...

Submitted By: Glenn Schuler on Jul 9, 2006