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Friedrich

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About Friedrich

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  • Birthday 11/30/1999

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  • Occupation
    Recovering Climber
  • Location
    Seattle, WA
  1. Maybe next time. Found partner via PM, Thanks CC.com! Weekend warriors unite!
  2. ps: leaving Seattle 6:30am, return by 3pm or so. I'll drive.
  3. Partner cancelled, I see 3 are viewing this board.. what the heck. I'm running up Guye Peak tomorrow as a warm-up/start to the alpine season. Easy climb, have brought newbies up there before, but it's fun even for crusty old veterans like me. I even have an extra set of gear, if you're not fully equipped PM me ASAP thanks Friedrich
  4. [TR] mt hood - sandy glacier hw 3/9/2013

    Well done! Love that route. I agree, the crossing is the crux, the rest is just conditioning. DS dragged my ass up there about 15 years ago, on an overnight blast from Seattle. It feels like you have the whole mountain to yourself over there. I seem to recall we elected to rap down to the Yokum and the Sandy, using a snow bollard. Might be quicker than going way down low to find a suitable down-climbing spot. Of course, like anything, it's conditions-dependent.
  5. Overnight Parking at Alpental being restricted

    Officially the overnight parking lot ($15/night) is for lift-ticket-buying clients only, and you need to be in your vehicle overnight. Unofficially there is a possible work-around. I happen to be camping on Saturday night as well, and just got off the phone with Alpental Guest Services. I explained that my friend and I want to ski all day Sat & Sunday, and camp overnight in between, and need to buy an overnight parking pass. The guy on the phone said "no problem, just walk into the guest-services area, tell them you need to buy an RV pass. It's $15/day with a 3-night maximum." I pointed out that we don't have an RV and won't be in the vehicle, and he said "no problem." ProTip: When you go in to buy your pass, make sure you resemble a lift-skier more than an alpinist. Just to minimize nosy questions. As far as I know, if you just leave your car overnight in one of the other lots, without a pass, it will get towed.
  6. Outstanding! If there were a "like" and a "jealous" button on CC.com I would be clicking both.
  7. ... for newphew getting into climbing. Cheap please. PM me if you've got a spare. Light is right. Thx
  8. Ogio "RPG"- backcountry snowboarding backpack $25

    Bump - price drop $15 obo. Can arrange local pickup (Seattle) or will ship for cost. thx
  9. This pack was a throw-in to sweeten the deal when I bought a pricey tent this summer. I'm not a snowboarder so it's yours for $25. Condition used but solid. Color Black. Has about a dozen small flecks of yellow paint on the top, too small to show up in pictures. Pretty sweet little pack, actually. Has a pocket for everthing but is a still a compact daypack. Carries a board, shovel, probe, lunch, is hydro-compatibale, and there's even a padded fleece-lined pocket for your cell or electronic gizmo. All the info: http://www.dogfunk.com/dogfunk/review/71737/wow.html • Diagonal board and ski carry system with individual attachment straps • Weatherproof fleece lined audio pocket with headphone exit port • 17 side probe pocket • Hydration ready insulated internal shoulder strap hose compartment • Exclusive shovel/handle pocket • Sliding sternum strap • Adjustable waist strap • Materials: 600D Poly /Weather Proof Fabric • Weight: 2.35 lbs / 1.07 Kg • Dimensions: 19.5h x 12w x 4d • Capacity: 1750 Cu. In / 28.7 Liters PM if interested. Will ship for actual shipping cost to your area, must pay by paypal.
  10. La Sportiva Pamir boots

    I guess that's assuming the 1st guy doesn't want to buy the lid for $75. But maybe we should join forces? You want the lid, I'll buy the pack and your old lid, everybody happy? PM me.
  11. WTB - Winter Camping Setup

    Dude I am going to hook you up. I've got a 0 degree sleeping bag that is in most excellent condition, and it's a model that's kinda legendary, the Marmot Couloir with the Dryloft shell. Yep, the one you can't buy any more. 850 fill down instead of the 800 they're using now, and the Dryloft is like a more breathable version of Goretex designed for down bags. It works brilliantly. With that shell, it would retail for probably $600 if you could buy this model today, which you can't. I don't really want to sell it, but for $400 I would. It's always been stored properly fluffed out and looks brand new. I can send pics. PM if interested.
  12. La Sportiva Pamir boots

    I've been looking for one of these. If the pack itself is a size large, you've got a deal. PM sent.
  13. Get Stoked for ICE!

    I need a doppleganger so I can be in two places at once. Got Tix for Banf Mountain Film Fest tonight, had to buy way in advance of course so it was before this was announced. But it looks pretty cool! Have fun
  14. Ice Porn

    Woah, check out these crazy wild ice formation pics. This is in Antarctica and were taken by a researcher named Tony Travouillon. http://news.yahoo.com/photos/antarctic-waves-slideshow/antarctic-waves-photo-1126234579.html
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