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  1. Three Fingers Access

    FYI - Forest Road #41 has been washed out since this winter, and they planned on reopening the road in September, but now it seems they are not going to bother with it at all this year. The wash out is at 7.5 miles out of the 16 miles or so to the TH. From what I have heard from eyewitness accounts, it is like the Grand Canyon where the wash out is. More info: http://66.155.42.150/advscripts/mbs_trl_rpt.asp?w=drd
  2. best of cc.com Muir on Saturday

    Just wanted to say "you suck" to the guys smoking in the climbers hut on Saturday. I (this is my opinion, and mine only) think it was very inconsiderate to ruin everyone else's experience on such a day to fill the hut with pot smoke. I really enjoyed sitting outside in the cold while you got your groove on. Real smart folks. I bet it's great to be buzzed up at 10,000 feet. Watch out for the Paradise & Nisqually Glacier on your way down. I know I will probably get slammed on this topic since I am sure a large amount of users on this board are potheads, etc, (only an assumption since there are many threads of the sort) but I have never been so pissed of at 10,000 feet. Plus I know this post will get picked apart since you must defend your right to enjoy "da kine".
  3. http://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/spo/2785802412.html
  4. FavoriteTR Ever *Non* Voting Thread.

    Muir on Saturday should at least get Honorable Mention! No one else has mentioned "Learn to climb slab with experienced instructors" http://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/673471/1
  5. [TR] Luahna - PooLedges 9/19/2008

    Awesome pics. What camera do you take?
  6. Climbing & HIking Gear (All New)

    Leftover stock from last season. All new, unused, in packaging with original tags Pickup in Bothell only. Platypus Reservoir 2.0 liters Reservoir only, needs the hose (called "hoser") Retail $19.95, Sell $10 Deuter Camera Case, Small Works with most smaller digital cameras http://deuterusa.com/products/productDetail.php?packID=cameraCaseSm⊂=accessories&tert=accessories Retail $8, Sell $4 Life-Link Slideblade system Great system for off piste travel. http://www.life-link.com/llpacks.htm Retail $15 Sell $7 Trango Trad Sling Simple sling for carrying gear. http://www.trango.com/prod.php?id=107 Retail $9.95 Sell $5 Flashed Climbing Bulk Chalk (1 lb, 454g) (2) Retail $24 Sell $10 or both for $17 Trango Rabbit runners (2) Long sewn runners with eyelets on each end. Saves time at the belay on multi-pitch http://trango.com/prod.php?id=54 Retail $7.95 Sell $4 Omega Pacific Oval carabiner Simple oval biner. http://www.omegapac.com/opo6.html Retail $5.75 Sell $3
  7. Climbing & HIking Gear (All New)

    PM not received. Try using your open eye
  8. Saw your group coming down sunday
  9. For sale: Brand new from Spring 2008 line with tags, never used: Sierra Designs Nitro 30 Down Sleeping Bag (Mens) http://sierradesigns.com/bags.display.php?id=884 1 lb. 10 oz Retail $250, Sell $199 Sierra Designs Spark 30 Down Sleeping Bag (Womens) http://sierradesigns.com/bags.display.php?id=889 1 lbs, 9 oz. Retail $250, Sell $199 Sierra Designs Lightning 2 (2 Person / 3-Season) http://sierradesigns.com/tents.display.php?id=47 Trail Weight 3 lbs 15 oz Retail $259, Sell $199 Sierra Designs Sirius 2 (2 Person / 3-Season) SOLD
  10. Learn to climb glaciers from exp. instructors?

    Photo was taken last Saturday. Might have been 3 groups of 12 that met up later?
  11. Learn to climb glaciers from exp. instructors?

    Ray-Neer. NiceQuality Glasseayer
  12. Who wants to climb Mt Raineer?

    Quote "Who wants to climb Mt Raineer? " Before you climb it, learn how to spell it. Maybe you can climb Prussikkk afterwards
  13. FS: Sierra Designs Tents and Sleeping Bags

    Prices reduced Sierra Designs Nitro 30 Down Sleeping Bag (Mens) Retail $250, Sell $175 Sierra Designs Spark 30 Down Sleeping Bag (Womens) Retail $250, Sell $175 Sierra Designs Lightning 2 (2 Person / 3-Season) Retail $259, Sell $175 Take all for $500
  14. Trying to unload some brand new items, still in packaging and NEVER USED Sierra Designs Nitro 30 Down Sleeping Bag (Mens) http://sierradesigns.com/bags.display.php?id=884 1 lb. 10 oz Retail $250, Sell $175 Sierra Designs Spark 30 Down Sleeping Bag (Womens) http://sierradesigns.com/bags.display.php?id=889 1 lbs, 9 oz. Retail $250, Sell $175 Sierra Designs Lightning 2 (2 Person / 3-Season) http://sierradesigns.com/tents.display.php?id=47 Trail Weight 3 lbs 15 oz Retail $259, Sell $175 Pickup is in DT Bellevue or Mill Creek. Would rather not ship.
  15. FS: Sierra Designs Tents and Sleeping Bags

    Also have lots of other items for sale that I will have at the Mill Creek Garage sale this Saturday All of this stuff: http://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/spo/660333250.html Plus lots of used stuff, including BD crossbows (179's) kids skis, boots and more. PM for address
  16. Trango Headless Madame Hook Ice Tools I have a pair of these, with the straight/bent shaft. Brand new, never used $225/pair (Retail= $459.95) http://trango.com/prod.php?id=8 Lots of Trango Wiregate Superflys, all new: ($8.95 retail) Currently have about 50 for sale, buy in bulk and get a cc spray deal 50 for $300 ($150 savings) 20 for $130 ($50 savings) 10 for $70 ($20 savings) Trango Alpine Light Crampons 2 strap 2 semi auto (1 SOLD) 562gm $65/each, or $75 with the Anti-Botts ($29.95 retail) Grivel G-12 Antibotts G-14 Antibott (SOLD) 6 brand new sets http://www.grivelnorthamerica.com/products.php?gid=6&id=55 $10 each (Retail $42) Also have a couple of new CAMP ice axes, helmet, superfly lockers, 24" Trango ultratape slings and more. Your also welcome to make offers.
  17. FS: Lots of Stuff (Ice Tools, Superflys, Crampons)

    Local pickup only, first come first served. Cash only, no checks or PayPal.
  18. FS: Lots of Stuff (Ice Tools, Superflys, Crampons)

    Also have a Grivel Pamir Ice axe used well for $20 (65 cm)
  19. FS: Lots of Stuff (Ice Tools, Superflys, Crampons)

    Closing out Spring/Winter inventory: All prices are my costs and include tax. Deuter Futura Zero 40 SL (Womens) Retail $109, sell $60 Deuter E 20 w/Tube Insulator Backpack Retail $89, sell $49 Trango #5 Flexcam Retail $49, sell $35 Omega Pacific Oval Biners (5) Retail $5.99, sell $4 CAMP Nano Wiregates (8) Retail $6.99, sell $4.50 SOLD CAMP Alpina Ice Axe 57cm Retail $129, sell $75 CAMP Neve Ice Axe 65cm Retail $59, sell $35 MSR 2' Pickets (3) Retail $19, sell $12 MSR Superfly stove Retail $59, sell $35 Trango 24" Ultratape slings (4) Retail $7.49, sell $5 SOLD Life-Link Slingblade pack Retail $14.99, sell $9 CAMP Avalanche Probe Superlight - 200cm Retail $32, sell $19 Nalgene Narrow Mouth 1 QT Gray Retail $8.49, sell $5 Life-Link Polycarbonate Shovel - Purple Retail $39.99, sell $25 Grivel G-12 Antibotts Retail $34, sell $5 CAMP Rubber 12 point crampon protectors Retail $13.99, sell $7 CAMP Rubber Ice Axe Head Protector (3) Retail $4.99, sell $3 CAMP Rubber Ice Axe Spike Protector (3) Retail $3.49, sell $2 PMI Spire 10.2mm x 60m Climbing Rope, Citrus, with Tarp Retail $180, sell $100 MSR Pocketrocket (USED) Retail $39, sell $15 Liberty Mountain Crag Helmet (White) Retail $42.99, sell $25 Trango Superfly Quickdraws, set of 5 Retail $100, sell $65 All gear is brand new in packaging (except for pocketrocket). All prices include tax, pickup is in Mill Creek. Email (scott@CascadeAlpineSports.com) or PM me.
  20. FS: Lots of Stuff (Ice Tools, Superflys, Crampons)

    What I got: (All brand new with tags) (1) CAMP Alpina 57cm $75 http://camp-usa.com/module/product/detail.asp?ID=265 (2) CAMP Neve 60cm $55 http://camp-usa.com/module/product/detail.asp?ID=266 (2) Trango Headless Madame Hook Ice Tools $225/pair http://trango.com/prod.php?id=8
  21. FS: PMI 10.2mm X 60m rope - $110

    Brand new, comes with tarp, in Citrus color. Never used or opened. http://www.pmirope.com/rope/index.aspx?pageID=15&productID=795&productMasterID=795 $120 Per pmiRope.com "The Spire is an all around excellent rope that is as at home on the crags as it is on long alpine routes. At less than 70 grams per meter, it is a favorite of guides and others who want to combine maximum mileage with minimum weight."
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