Posted by Kazuki on 12th Jul 2013
Anton, thanks for clyiifarng "PERCENT", that was what I meant. We probably lost the trail and ended up scrambling some terrain which would have been avoidable if we knew/could find the trail - plus, I don't have a built in slope-ometer. The ribbons were a great help near the top.Now you've really tweaked my brain. Thinking that it is humanly possible to run up and down Cameron's Cone is intimidating to me. I've been pleased w/myself for running around Waldo w/o walking or starting at Red Rock Open Space and nearly making the top of Sec 16 w/o walking. This gives me a better appreciation for what it is mountain runners really can do, and I'm sure it is only a small sliver of what events like Western States throw at participants - amazing.Thanks for the blog and the intense inspiration. I'm going to make running up Cameron's Cone a training goal next spring/summer. - Brian
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