Yule creek has been on the RCRE hit list for years and last weekend we got to fire it up. First off, Marble CO is off the hook for boating. The views are incredible and the geology is conducive to making sick waterfalls and slides. What else do you want folks?
Marble Colorado. Photo: Dan Piano
Dan and Burger getting ready to fire. Photo: Sarah Hamilton
We got to Yule around 2:00pm and began to assess the situation. The flow on the Avalanche creek gauge was around 1000. We had beta on wood in the upper drops so we decided to rope down and fire what has been haunting Brian and me for years; the bottom four.
Lowering the boats (look closely). Photo: Sarah Hamilton
Ball Check. Photo: Dan Piano
Burger & Dan scoping ball to wall check. Photo: Sarah Hamilton
Note! When you get down to creek level it looks a lot different than it does from up high. Wall check drops out steep in the beginning and the massage is HUGE!
Dan on Wall Check. Photo: SH
Burger about to connect with the wall! Photo: SH
Scouting Oriental Massage before the rain comes in. Photo: SH
Oriental and Happy Ending from the bottom. We are up in the top left scouting. Photo:SH
Burger recovering and lining up happy ending. Photo:SH
Dan on Oriental Massage(dot on top right)....it's freaking HUGE! Photo SH
Dropping in on oriental massage is one of the coolest feelings. I ended up launching off the first big flake reconnecting and then airing the rest into the pool. Sorry no vid, the camera was in my boat.
Dan lining up the ending. Photo: SH
Leaving Marble looking back at the rainbow filled Yule drainage. Photo: Dan Piano
New plastic finally got broken in. Photo: Dan Piano
Sarah tearing up the Glenwood wave to finish the day off! Photo: DP