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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Chee-to, Mar 2, 2016.
El camino del rey 2010
That was fun!!
I won't even watch this,well either of these .I get thru about a minute and gotta go
You would only get lost on that trail once! I agree with etrain and Dyjital, NO WAY!
Eh, if I have anchor points Im all in
That second video, I almost fell outta my chair.
There are tons of videos from there,so there are many people that do that hike.
Im a little too big for that right now, but boy that looks fun. Clinging onto the side of the cliff for deat life and you strategically find your next footing.
Wait.. Just got to 5:39.. On second thought.. Cracked cement and rusted support beams may be a little much for me..
I wonder if they make them wear diapers so they won't slip and fall.
Here's an easier one. Great views of Zion National Park.
I may come across chicken legged, however, I would love to experience the trek to anywhere like showed here in the videos. What a rush to climb to the skies!!
Tidy whities well stocked
So many men around here that I suspect sit down to pee...
Since manly men wear depends for concealment....eh!...LOL!
Hey if not walking on the side of a rock face 1000ft above ANYTHING says I squat to pee,
so be it brah
(BTW it's hard to swallow when your coe hoe ness is in your throat)
The hike up to Angel's Landing in Zion park wasn't that hard, as you can see some elderly folks making the trek in the video.
What was really hard was being asked to hold hands with five other hikers and form a human chain so the lead person could lean over the rounded edge of the landing and take a one handed picture over the edge.
Everyone took turns, and I didn't want to look like a wuss (especially in front of a seriously hot young German girl) so I let four other people have my life in their hands.
I've never had my heart thump so hard in my chest as I crept over the point of no return.
I did Angel's Landing last spring! Definitely the coolest hike I've ever been on. I got to Zion late so I had to book it up to the top to get back in time for the shuttle. Naturally it started raining as I got to the slick rocks and chains section, but I had the peak to myself when I got up there. Incredible.
I've climbed thousands of power poles in my life, but also know that I have the flight ability of an anvil and the impact stability of a banana slug!
Literally, it took less than 10 seconds into that for my palms to get moist. The other one that does that is those folks that go into caves, 100' underground, and crawl on their bellies in passages only a foot high!