Travis’ Mountaineering Accident On Mt. Sneffles Part 1

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    “I’m breathing. I can move my hands. I can wiggle my toes. Oh $hit, that leg is definitely not pointing in the right direction. How am I going to get off this mountain?” Those were my first thoughts as I came to rest face down on a steep rocky slope at 13,900 feet on the side of Mt. Sneffels. I had just tumbled about 30 feet after having tripped over a rock. My climbing partner and I had been within sight of the summit, but that was of little consequence now. All that mattered was that I was alive but unable to move under my own power. The post Travis’ Mountaineering Accident On Mt. Sneffles Part 1 appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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