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  1. Used Stubai Ultralight Universal Crampons + Anti-Snow Plate $75.00


    Product Description

    Built to handle a myriad of different climbing pursuits, the Ultralight is our top selling 10 point crampon. This crampon lives for trekking, glacier travel or steep couloirs and snowfields. One of the few aluminum crampons proven to hold up under repeated rock bashing. Light and strong. Fits everything from ice boots to approach shoes with the award winning UNIVERSAL SPEED BINDING with adjustable Zytel straps


    Contact me @ erick.johnson@ch2m.com or 425-864-6528

    Erick Johnson


  2. Brand new in the box pair of Fritshi Freeride Pro ML Bindings + Brakes $420


    Used K2 Shuksan 160 Skis, no bindings + I will throw in Black Diamond Ascension Skins $125.00 new price $90.00


    Backcountry Access Stash BC blue/gray like new $30.00


    Free gallon of white gas


    Contact me @

    erick.johnson@ch2m.com or 425-864-6528


  3. I have some free equipment I like to give away.


    1 gallon of white gas


    Charlet Moser Black Ice step-in crampons

    Charlet Moser Axar Hammer

    Black Diamond X-15 Hammer


    10 year old Blue Water 60x11mm rope with Black Diamond rope bag


    La Sportiva rock shoes size 39, blue unknown model

    La Sportiva rock shoes size 40??, old school tan with high ankles, unknown model


    Contact me @


    or 425-864-6528

  4. I do the standard shoelace knot with extra twist in the starting knot ending with a double knot. Also when waterproofing the boots I do the laces too. It keeps the laces from getting saturated, freezing and the added friction keeps the knots tight.


  5. To answer my own question. I went home for lunch and found the mountain on page 147 green Beckey. No where near where I though it was located. That couloir sure looks intriguing. Anyone been up there?


  6. It’s been a slow morning at work, so I have been browsing through John Scurlock incredible photos. I been looking at this photo of Bandit Peak listed in Central & North Cenral Cascades gallery. Anyone know where this mountain is located? I searched USGS topo and did find anything. From one of the photos it looks like its South of Kyes Peak. Link to gallery page:Bandit Peak

  7. Another bag option that I have been looking at for this summer is MacPac 150 SF. According to the web site, the bag weights in at 1lb 3oz for fully tape sealed waterproof shell w/725 down. I was thinking this with a light siltarp would be a good sleeping system. I know that Pro Mountain carries there packs, I bet Jim could order a sleepbag too.