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    Tacoma, WA
  1. [TR] Ingalls Peak - East Ridge 9/5/2015

    did this ever get returned to you?
  2. La Sportiva Men's Nepal EVO GTX Boot- size 46. Great condition. I bought them a little too big for my feet thinking I would wear two pairs of thick socks but they are still too big. two ice climbing trips, four rainier trips. Great boots! Soles have a little wear from trail time, but are in great condition. Not brand new, but very very good. Price firm. $295
  3. Brand new New England Pinnacle Standard dry treated. 9.5mm 70m. $170 firm.
  4. I.D. to claim it- escapetherock@hotmail.com
  5. I.D. to claim it- escapetherock@hotmail.com
  6. I.D. to claim it- escapetherock@hotmail.com
  7. [TR] MRNP - Gib ledges/ DC 5/27/2012

    Way cool pic. Yeah, we had to traverse along rocks towards the end of the ledges- then you had to go climbers left for a rope length- below the serac looking thingie above the chute. We cut right below that feature, across what felt like a hollow snow bridge. (running belay there) Once across, 3 easy rope lengths to the top.
  8. Trip: MRNP - Gib ledges/ DC Date: 5/27/2012 Trip Report: Sorry I don't have any pictures of the route- my helmet cam died on me and I was too busy clutching my tools during the ascent. We headed up to Muir on the 27th, camped at 8800 due to poor vis and running late. Skinned up to Muir Sat to great weather, clear skies. Left Muir at 0200 Sunday morning, great cramponing up to the start of the ledges. Began the ledges as the sun began to creep over the horizon. It was nice to have a bit of light for route finding. What stuck me was how loose the snow seemed, esp compared to what we had encountered on the approach. It seems a lot of the snow on the route is deposited from falling from above- it had not consolidated well- seemed to be crunchy and crumbly on top of good stuff. This slowed us down on some of the more exposed sections as we had to side climb with two tools more than anything else. When we got to the gulley- the sun had come up and really started to rain down chunks of ice and rocks on us. Luckily the gulley was somewhat protected. However, we found the gulley heavily crevassed so we set up an ice screw anchor, and my partner had to climb left over the glacier to circumvent the gulley. Finally arriving at the top, we traversed a long time, finally hooking up with the DC route. The snow was really soft, and having encountered multiple hidden crevasses, we opted to descend. We found the DC route super slushy at the bottome, with 4 inches of water snow on top of hard pack. It made downclimbing difficult- feet kept sliding in the soft stuff and not getting purchase inthe hard stuff underneath. It was 1030- seems that is a bit late to be on the DC route. Lots of open crevasses seen, as well as a slide on the Ing Direct, near where last year's big slide happened. Approach- skis to Muir, cramps the rest of the way. Good hard pack to the entrance of the ledges. Gear- axe, tool, 3 pickets, 2 screws, 30 m rope, helmets, aluminum cramps.
  9. [TR] Chair Peak - NE Buttress 2/11/2012

    what is the story with the climber's death? haven't heard anything.
  10. Med's L GoLite synthetic jacket

    I've had it for 6 or so years, wore it once or twice. Will post a pic tomorrow.
  11. $250 Brand new tent with floor. Ultra-lite, expedition-ready, and simple to pitch, our Shangri-La 3 is a model of backcountry versatility. This 4 season teepee-style shelter sheds wind and weather brilliantly and can be used by itself, with the Shangri-La 3 Floor, or with the Shangri-La 3 Nest inner bug tent. You can pitch it with the micro-adjustable aluminum pole (included), on snow, over a paddle or ski pole, or hang it from a branch via its top loop. Dual roof vents provide excellent air flow, reflective stake out loops keep you from tripping in the middle of the night and the hydrophilic thread at the seams expand when wet--sealing the seams and eliminating the need for liquid sealant. Shelter Specs Type: 3 Person Height: 62 inches Area: 59 sq. ft | 5.48 sq. m Main Body Weight : 23 oz | 650.9 g Pole Weight: 13oz | 367.9g Stake Weight: 3oz | 84.9g Ultra-lite, ultra-strong, and waterproof Silicone-elastomere fabrics allow their fibers to stretch without separating or breaking, and this makes them stronger than conventional PU-coated (or PU/siliconized) fabrics for a far lower weight. || Silicone impregnation means that the silicone completely permeates the fibers and also makes the fabric hydrophobic, so it doesn't soak up water and gain weight. It is also less likely to wear away or degrade in UV light than PU. || 30 denier SilLite weighs just 1.76 oz/sq. yd (60 g/sq. m) and has a tear strength of 9.5 lbs (4.3 kg). It is significantly lighter and stronger (for its weight) compared to conventional tent PU-coated fabrics. Features Comes with 6 Y-Stakes Uses Flexible, component-system 4-season shelter
  12. $200 Size 10 1/2 men's boot- Red. Good condition. Red in color Intuition liner- also 10-11 men's size. Used two trips on Denali- great warm and comfortable. Gel insole as well. Great warm mountaineering boots! Denali Details The Denali Liner has traditionally been used in mountaineering expedition boots but recent trailblazers discovered the liner's high performance in hard water-ski shells. Cut low in the cuff and featuring dual density construction with 3mm SS foam cushioning the foot while walking, climbing and waterskiing. Features a silicon snowflake tread, non-slip sole so they can be worn anywhere. Specs: BODY: 9mm HD + 3mm SS SOLE: 9mm HD + 3mm SS New Feature: Non-Slip Silicon Snowflake ink print Double Overlap w/ Stitched Sole Stitch & turn edges Aegis, Anti-Microbial Lining Treatment Pre-molded
  13. Used one trip on the west buttress- great pack for hauling loads! Below is the official descp. Gregory-Denali Pro 105 MSRP: $499.95 The most technical expedition pack available today offering time tested performance in every category: fit, support, accessibility, and durability. Features Top, front, and bottom openings for easy access and organization Front pocket provides additional storage and pack access Top pocket converts to a fanny pack 500d Cordura® nylon and Spectra® for a lifetime of rugged durability Side mesh pockets hold extra gear, and have pass-through slots for skis Shelter-Rite® bottom is waterproof and virtually tearproof Vinyl reinforced ski stabilizer loops hold ski tails or can be used for racking ice tools or climbing gear Suspension - Auto-Cant™ harness system rotates the shoulder harness to match your shoulder slope and neck width Adjust-A-Cant™ waistbelt changes the hip belt to mirror the angle of your hips for even weight distribution and all day comfort Tri-density Flo-Form® II waistbelt is contoured and cupped to hug the hips without pinching or binding Flo-Form® II shoulder harness is sculpted to wrap comfortably over the shoulders and around the chest FOAM-X Flex framesheet provides flexible support and protects your back Twin 3/4" 7075-T6 aluminum stays are lightweight, flexible and supportive Flo-Form® II backpanel is extremely comfortable and has molded ventilation channels Specifications Weight: M - 7 LBS. 12 OZ. / 3.51 KG Volume: M - 6450 CU. IN. / 106 LITERS Fabric: 500d Cordura® nylon and Spectra® Fabric: Shelter-Rite® bottom
  14. Med's L GoLite synthetic jacket

    Great condition synthetic jacket with detachable hood. Nice and warm. Just a bit too big for me. (5'9/165) Blue color. $50 obo
  15. Some late winter cleaning of the closets. SCUBA, ski, climbing gear, crampons, backpacks, binocular, ice axe, Personal Locator Beacon, etc…. AT ski boot, Men’s 10-11. LOWA Struktura EVO, orange, good shape 100.00 Telemark ski boot, Mens 10-11, Mondo 29.5, SCARPA T2, blue, good shape 100.00 Crampons, antique army issue, Steel 10 point. Two pairs. Antique used condition 50.00ea Crampons, antique instep, Steel 4 point, antique good condition 50.00 Ice ax, Charlet moser, Snow racer, approx 2’ long, used condition 30.00 Ice tool, Black Diamond, Shrike, adze head, used condition 40.00 Snow picket, MSR, 2 foot 10.00 Steiner binoculars, wildlife pro 12x30, great condition- $380 new 250.00 Personal Locator Beacon (PLB_, older GPS based locator beacon. EBC-102. New battery. 50.00 Gloves, Mountain hardware, Epic Glove, Men’s L, Great Shape 30.00 Mitt Gloves, REI, Primaloft insulating, Men’s L, used 25.00 Bib pants, SIeera Designs, Genesis, Men’s L, good condition 60.00 Jacket, North Face, Insulated HyVent DT shell, Warm! Men’s L 75.00 Trad gear cling, Black Diamond, Big wall Zodiac gear sling, like new 15.00 Fleece Jacket, Patagonia R3, Men’s L, tan, great condition 100.00 Fleece Vest, Patagonia R1, Men’s L, blueish, great condition 15.00 Jacket, GoLite, Synthetic Insulation with detachable hood, Men’s L, great condition 70.00 Down Jacket, Sierra Designs, Down jacket with side stretch panels, Men’s L, good cond 50.00 Backpack, K2, backcountry pack, Reg size 50.00 Backpack, Conterra Rescue pack, with 2 side pocket pouches 60.00 Climbing shoes, Scarpa Booster, Men’s 10 with free carabiner, like new 60.00 Headlamp, Old belt back style, antique 50.00 SCUBA BCD, Seatec, Manta with bottle attachment, Men’s Regular 100.00 All prices are subject to change- buy a few get a discount.
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