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  1. Looks like great conditions. Myself and Reuben D climbed that location back in 2007. I will look for a photo to compare the difference.
  2. Need a metal edge waxless skis for use with easy backcountry touring ie pulling my kid and sled on low angle terrain. Have a pair of old awesome Karhu Catamounts 175 so anything similar would be great. I live in Portland so local pickup would be great but Seattle area also possible Thanks
  3. I have a 2 person that I could put up for sale
  4. I was out there yday and it was real windy. Nothing seemed in
  5. There was a reference made to a CT 15 Q2, thought I would fwd this Doug Chabot link of a avalanche on a CT15 Q1, different conditions, like slope angle, aspect and facet layer but still a cool video.
  6. Major Major, a few pages back, Awesome insight, well said
  7. Steve, there are even crevasses at the base of crater rock as you turn to climb devils kitchen to the hogsback, visible after July, your assumption on the weather is wrong, wind was 55+mph, vis at times down to 5ft. Heavy Rime forming. Does this give you a better picture of conditions?
  8. Looking to climb Denali in 2013?, I have some NEW Feathered Friends Down fro sale. New Size M Front Point Parka retail $499, selling $300 PENDING http://www.featheredfriends.com/Picasso/Garments/Mid/FrontpointJacket.html New Sizw M Volant Pants retail, $299, selling $175 SOLD http://www.featheredfriends.com/Picasso/Garments/Mid/VolantPants.html North Face Cerro Terro Down Suit, $125 Cargo Bag, this is HUGE, abover a 100L. Specifically designed by Rokchuk in Ashland to attach to a sled ie sixe dimensions and daisy chains. Allows you to keep bag on sled outside of tent and stay organized. Also large enough to hold and protect your expensive backpack selling $55 Grivel Mt Blanc Mountain good condition Axe $35 Grivel G14 Crampomatic retail $224, selling $125 PENDING Wild Things Bivy Sack, Excellent condition, retail $285 selling $145. Wild Things Andinista L great condition, $85 SOLD Sorry about the links for photos http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/spo/3448428187.html http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/spo/3448309130.html
  9. Stay in Bozeman for a few days at least, great beer. Bozeman’s Western Heritage Inn 1200 E. Main Bozeman, MT 59715 (800) 877-1094 (406) 586-8534 http://www.bozemanicefest.com/resources/
  10. Some other sites, anyone out there have other fav? I know my flyer friends have a few that shows wind aloft etc that are pretty cool. http://weather.unisys.com/radar/rcm_rad.php?image=rad&inv=0&t=cur&region=nw http://weather.unisys.com/satellite/sat_vis.php?image=vis&inv=0&t=cur&region=he
  11. As a professional guide with many summits of Mt Hood and a member of the MRA for 18 years, here is what I believe happened. The slope between devils kitchen and hogsback developes a low angle break close to where the engine block is located on crater rock before steepening again. On a whiteout descent its possible to think that you have reached the top of white river when you see the second steepening so u turn right and find urself in the middle slope of crater rock instead of at the base. A look at ur altitude will tell u that u are too high. This has pulled more than a few climbers but they have either been smart enough to retrace or heard other climbers talking to their left and so again move skiers left to get back on track. So we don't get to hear from them!!! A compass would not have helped in that it would show u were on the correct heading. A altimeter would show you 200/300ft too high but that could be due to the lower barometric pressure with the new front. The best indication would be GPS, Once above Palmer, set a track up the mountain that you can follow back down. That would show the climber that they are off route. while climbing Mt Hood or any mountain, always look for geo hand rails that will help you recognize where you are. On S Hood, the Palmer lift at 8500ft, Twin Rocks at 9150ft, Upper Triangle at 9600ft, top of white river 10, 100ft. All approx Water, I appreciate you sending us your version but you may have misrepresented PMR, how PMR members feels should come from PMR not hearsay from subject, sorry. Most of us have never needed to be rescued. Its not to play it forward. I joined Mountain Rescue because I believe we should all give back to our community, either thro service or financial contributions. I have a skill set that allows me to do this thro Mountain Rescue. This is why most people join Mountain Rescue. Lastly I would ask climbers that are waiting on rescue to minimize phone usage. That phone is your connection to the outside world and may be needed by the rescue folk in the field to contact you. If that battery dies, so might you. Switch off wifi mode, tell the sheriff you will go to airplane mode and contact him at set intervals maybe every 1/2 hour or hour. In the end, you did stay calm and remained in place, both of which is not easy to do so kudos on that.
  12. Are the skis still for sale? Where are you located, I live in Portland, Thanks, joe
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