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  1. Price reduction to $200. Let me know if you're interested!
  2. Yes, I would be fine shipping to Canada, as long as you are able to cover the cost. I'll send you a direct message!
  3. Trip: South Early Winters Spire - Southwest Couloir Date: 4/25/2015 Trip Report: Steve, Chris, Amy, and I drove up from Portland to Mazama Friday evening. After an early morning wake-up, we started from the Blue Lakes trailhead around 6:30 am and chose to leave the snowshoes in the car as the snow was generally pretty firm. Weather was cloudy with some off/on snow, but lifted occasionally for easy route finding along the skier path to the approach of the climb. Snow conditions were an inch to two of light powder over very firm settled ice/snow. We opted to rope up for the climb due to varying experience levels of the team and belayed up the couloir in 4 full rope length pitches (with a short amount of simul-climbing on pitch 4). Found a little bit of rock pro placements on the sides of the couloir, a good spot for a screw once, and a few places for pickets. Pitch 1 - and the chockstone. Very easy to go around. Pitch 2 Pitch 3 Pitch 4 At the top of the couloir, Steve led the short rock pitch to the summit At the top we had great views of the surrounding peaks, as well as quite a few skiers on the surrounding hills. We downclimbed to a rappel station just below the summit, and rappelled down through the couloir about 5-6 rappels to the bottom. View of the route - basically following the couloir up and to the right at the Y, then at the top going left to the summit. Overall a great climb, with a little bit of everything mixed in! Gear Notes: 3 Pickets 1 Ice Screw Set of Nuts Cams size .2 - 2" (Didn't use the 2") Webbing/Rappel Ring Two double ropes Approach Notes: Snow was in firm condition on the approach, no snowshoes needed. Some post-holing in the afternoon on the descent.
  4. Feathered Friends Down Jacket in excellent condition (Front Point model I think). Size Medium in blue, made in Seattle. Like new condition, only used a couple of times. Has detachable hood, double zipper, and draft tube. No damaged areas. New purchase price was $500, asking price is $250.
  5. The Jacket is now taken. The tent is still available.
  6. Bibler i Tent 4 Season Single Wall 2-Person Tent. Tent is in excellent condition and only used a half dozen times. It has been fully seam-sealed and there are no holes or damage. Average pack weight is 4 lb 14 oz. Included is the tent, two poles, and the tent bag. Dimensions are 208 x 123 x 107 cm (82 x 48 x 42 in). One-piece bathtub with two weatherproof zippered vents at the peak of the tent and a hooded vent over the door and a unique covered vent at the bottom of the door provide flow-through ventilation, even in foul weather. Has net pockets inside. New purchase price is $700, asking price is $375. North Face Summit Series Baltoro Jacket North Face Summit Series Baltoro 800 Fill Down Jack, Size Large in black. Like new condition, only used a couple of times. Has hood and clear sleeve pocket. No damaged areas. New purchase price was $550, asking price is $250. Shipping costs not included. More pictures available upon request.
  7. For Sale - Atlas 1225 Snowshoes - $125. Very good condition. Some scrapes and scratches on metal bars. All plastic fittings, straps, and connections in great condition. Two Pair of Charlet Moser 10 point Crampons. For each pair - $50. Very good condition, sharp points, good straps (no anti-balling).
  8. Alpine - Bugaboos - Pigeon Spire Cragging - Smith - Mudpile - Jacob's Strain Line Ice - Ouray - Offspray from UK Garage Scenic - Liberty Bell - Becky Route Bouldering - Leavenworth Humor - What happens while you're gone climbing...
  9. Awesome report! We are headed up this weekend - when you passed by Colchuck lake - how did the glacier look? We are debating whether to haul up crampons for the Colchuck glacier route. Thanks!
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