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Speed Ascent of Avocado Gully (WI3/4 M2, 400 Feet)

Duane Raleigh, Rock and Ice’s publisher/editor-in-chief, sets the car-to-car speed record on Avocado Gully (WI 3/4), Redstone, Colorado back in 2010.

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His final time? 8 minutes 59 seconds! For a stretch, Raleigh and all-around crusher Josh Wharton traded the record on this little drip back-and-forth ?And Raleigh is even wearing his own do-it-yourself fruit boots—which you can learn how to make here.


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