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Instant Karma, June 2007.
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By Giulio
From: Waterville, ME
Aug 23, 2007
Great picture.
By Ladd Raine
Administrator
From: Plymouth, NH
Sep 18, 2007
That place looks like some serious fun!
By Rob Dillon
Apr 24, 2008
Good from far....
By Jon H
From: Boulder
Sep 5, 2014
This route doesn't appear to be in the database. Do you have any more info?
By Rob Dillon
Sep 7, 2014
It's in the guidebook. If you look north and a bit W from the Pass, up and across the tundra the Instant Karma crag stands out as the only decent-looking chunk of rock on the hillside. Has a handful of slightly grungy alpine splitters that would benefit from increased traffic. ~45 minute approach, depending on your conditioning (it's at 12K+ feet). One rope. No fixed anchors.
By Top Rope Hero
From: Was Estes Park, now homeless
Jun 29, 2015
And it goes without saying (or maybe it doesn't, so I'll say it here), try to tread the snow as much as you can to the base. The alpine tundra at this elevation is shockingly fragile, and just a few careless footfalls can leave indelible, scarring impressions. It's that leave-no-trace ethics, thing, right? More than just that Cliff Bar wrapper.

Oh...and don't forget yer glacier glasses! See-ya on the peaks....
By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Jul 5, 2015
Awesome photo, Rob.
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Instant Karma, June 2007.

Submitted By: Rob Dillon on Jun 19, 2007
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