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  1. for sale RAB Hardshell Jacket/ Pants

  2. Rab latok jacket and pants. Mens large for both. Jacket is Granny smith apple green/ pants are black. Event fabric. Excellent condition 250.00 for the set Located in Seattle
  3. for sale Black diamond Day pack

    Black diamond Magnum pack. 20 liters capacity Perfecr for alpine day climbs or cragging. Internal pocket is ripped a bit. In good shape. 25.00 shipped. Located in Seattle, Wa
  4. Mens large Jacket- Green Mens large pants-34-36- Black Both in like new condition 125.00 for the jacket 85.00 for pants 200.00 for Both. Buyer pays 14.00 shipping Fee Located in Seattle,Wa
  5. Event fabric. Mens Large on both In excellent condition. Buyer pays actual shipping. 60.00 bibs SOLD! 40.00 pants
  6. Great for ski touring or ice climbing. Has a hood. mesh liner and full length pit zips, kevlar shoulders to decrease wear from pack straps. mens large in excellent condition 100.00 BPAS RAB 3 Layer Event hardshell. Mens Large in Green. Excellent condition 150.00
  7. Black diamond KILOWATT Ski- 175/95 Dynafit ST Bindings Black diamond PRIME 3 buckle boot. size 44 will include Basic ski bag as well for free 475.00 obo skis/2 pair of BD skins cut for skis and bindings- in excellent shape 250.00 obo Boots- in excellent shape/liner in good condition/Buckles in excellent shape 700.00 obo for entire set up and free Bag Buyer pays actual shipping cost/ Located in Seattle,Wa PM with interest and i will email photos.
  8. Rab softshell

    Baltoro guide jacket, light fleece lining, hood, excellent condition. perfect for ice climbing crag days. 65.00 shipped
  9. Trip: Mt Saint Helens- - Swift glacier Date: 1/16/2013 Trip Report: CC,Katie and I climbed an skiied this snow cone w/o the top yesterday and found various conditions troughout the course of the climb and descent. Left the car at 730 on skis and were able to stay mounted until aprx 7500k were we encountered wind packed snow/rhime ice and sections of blue ice with a light dust of yeao on top.without crampons it made the final 1000k slow though we managed to kick steps into the blue ice(toes are plumbs now) and summit at 130 with not another soul up there,ventured in awe along the rim and took photos of all the other volcanoes we could see- the views were amazing-traversed along the rim in an easterly direction and skiied a nice line with fairly good snow though firm and sticky at times all the way back to the car.the section through the woods was like a luge with lots of whoops and was fatiguing though the energy of a stupendous day on normally a crowded peak with amazing w/x made it all worthwhile.. Gear Notes: Skis,skins, BSP and warm layers Approach Notes: bring crampons to expedite the climb up.if you cant wait for better conditions
  10. Trip: The Tooth - NE slab Date: 1/13/2013 Trip Report: CC and I made A short day trip up this mini alpine outing that in the right conditions makes a nice alternitive to the other smaller objectives nearby. We found excellent snice on the first pitch though conditions deteriated into pockets of breakable crust over soft snow with the ocassional section of thin ice that would provide inspiring purchace,the upper ridge had some cornicing and 2 short steep steps. Signs of possibly one party the day before us were evident, this route seems VERY condition dep and we were both satified to make it happen, Due to the snow conditions My vocabullary resembled a drunken sailor on the ski out,but i still had fun climbing. Gear Notes: 4 screws 2 pickets Approach Notes: Fine going in- shitty coming down-
  11. Love these reports on stars and bars(S.E.)climbing adventures.The fall colors are really nice, reminds me of crisp cool fall mornings approaching the glass myself.all the routes you climbed bring back fond memories. thanks for sharing. EYEBROWS=tricams
  12. Anyone interested in a quad burn with some turns?
  13. Vantage Bulletin Board

    I wonder if the responsible individual for the "current ad"on the kiosk will find the new porta toilets a convenient office..
  14. Trip: Snoqualimie peak: - N.Y. gully Date: 12/14/2011 Trip Report: Inspired by our friends Forrest and Kurt having good times and conditions on this climb we gave er'a go too- yesterday Dan Hilden and I managed this exciting climb in 7 hrs car>car and found it in similar conditions though I think that recent invert may have affected it some- We climbed together through the traverse pitches and from the snag tree I climbed the long corner pitch belaying on the left just past the narrow groove,Dan finished up the corner to the base of the aid pitch were we opted for the left variation(which was fun) and leaving something for round two,any takers? Gear Notes: single 60m 8.5mm pins stoppers cams alpine runners -no screws- Approach Notes: Up the Phantom slide-awesome snowpack(super crunchy!)
  15. [TR] Sloan Peak - West Face 12/10/2011

    Thanks for all the positive feedback-to clarify the accent- Noah T> your overline is not far off, the first arrow should go up the steep even runnel to the left- the second and third arrow should funnel through the snow ribbon/field that wishbones Rt. of the rock in the middle and the up to the big U shaped notch.from there we were on the south side of the peak for two rope lenghths bringing us to the N.Ridge were we made the traverse mostly on the W. Side to the summit.. For the descent- down the corkscrew to the gendarme, downclimbed the couloir to the first bench, then a similar gully to the second bench angleing down and right on to a snowfield A long Westward traverse to a pass,name? then n/n.w traverse to the pass above bedal basin a glissade into the basin and out...wheeew dose this help?All of this was onsight,mapless in a whiteout...