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Mar 20, 2012
I'll be climbing Moonlight Buttress at a leisurely rate (spending a night on the wall) and want to pre-rig a camp at the bivy ledge. I don't mind doing this myself, but I thought I'd see if there was someone interested in earning a couple bucks...

On Friday evening you would carry a relatively lightweight haulbag (containing a portaledge, lightweight sleeping bags, 2 meals, and a gallon of water) to the top and rap in, leaving it at the anchor atop P7, and then either continue rapping to the ground or jug back out.

If you're interested, shoot me an email.
Josh Janes
Joined Jun 8, 2001
7,838 points
Mar 20, 2012
I think we're cut form the same cloth. Hiring porters everywhere has always been of interest to me. You should include dry ice and cold beverages in the bag for hire. Stevie Nacho
From Utah
Joined Feb 21, 2008
642 points
Mar 21, 2012
Indian Creek Climbing
I'm surprised this tactic is not employed more often coop
From Glenwood Springs, CO
Joined Jan 25, 2005
550 points
Mar 28, 2012
If it was a week later I'd be so down! Bud Martin
From Bozeman, MT
Joined Apr 15, 2010
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