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Biggest Cairn?

nmonteith
5/12/2012
8:05:30 AM
I recently sighted this amazing construction on a project down left of the Gallery. It's not the tallest I've ever seen but the vertical construction method is breathtaking. It's like comparing the pyramids to the Empire State.

egosan
5/12/2012
9:01:23 AM
I think the VCC was out there doing a bit of track work. With a sly glance at Cam's cairn, I can see Tracey smiling softly to herself and humming that song from Annie Get Your Gun.
tskinner
5/12/2012
9:35:09 AM
On 5/12/2012 egosan wrote:
>I think the VCC was out there doing a bit of track work. With a sly glance
>at Cam's cairn, I can see Tracey smiling softly to herself and humming
>that song from Annie
>Get Your Gun.
I'm not saying that I don't hum that song regularly, but Cam is the cairn builder in the relationship and the guy needs to have something he can call his own:) That cairn however, doesn't look like Cam's work. Besides Sol, I get other people to haul rocks...

Superstu
5/12/2012
10:08:14 AM
You've all been duped by Monty's photo trickery again. That's a pile of pebbles and a 7mm lens.

Doug
5/12/2012
10:52:30 AM
Here's a cairn for you. It's above Moraine Lake, on top the Tower of Babel in the Canadian Rockies:



rodw
5/12/2012
11:28:44 AM
Check out the one on the walk in for the top car park at wingello.....its on the point above the gully you walk down...its massive....I think built by bushwalker

benjenga
5/12/2012
3:31:51 PM
The Cain on the track out to piddo has to take the cake.

nmonteith
5/12/2012
4:46:32 PM
I should point out that the cairn that I photographed was designed to be stood upon - ie a cheat stone. If it collapsed I imagine the belayer could get quite injured!

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