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About jennibsmiles

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  1. Hiking party grew - I'm looking for one or two permits for Sunday, Sept 25.
  2. Mt Defiance

    Anyone been on the Mt. Defiance trail in the last few weeks who can give an idea of the conditions on the upper section? Thanks!
  3. Mt. Hood - Jun/July 2011

    WOW, Josh - amazing photos on your website! Thanks for the info on your experience - sounds like earlier in the year is going to be the better choice.
  4. Mt. Hood - Jun/July 2011

    Thanks jrex - I appreciate the info! June was guesstimate based on the availability of one of my hiking partners, but the early the better! Are you interested in hiking the mountain sometime? I have two experienced partners, one of whom has a flexible schedule, one who needs to plan ahead and can only hike weekends. Both are game to summit this again, but if mid-week works, my 'flexible' friend can make it happen - we'd just prefer to have someone else along with experience on Hood. We have one other hiker who would like to summit Hood as well, but he's new to the sport as well.
  5. Mt. Hood - Jun/July 2011

    Hey all! I'm new to the forum and relatively new to climbing, most recently made a summit hike of Mt. Adams ... what can I say? I'm hooked. Anyone interested in summiting Mt. Hood sometime in June or July with a newbie (or two) in tow? I have some flexibility with my schedule and can hike weekdays or weekends with a little advance notice. Re: experience, the Muir snowfield on Mt. Rainier is my playground (average 5-6+ hikes a season), and I make at least one summit hike of St. Helen's each year; Adams was my first hike using crampons/ice axe, but Mt. Hood is calling my name!
  6. Hey all! I'm new to the forum and relatively new to climbing, most recently made a summit hike of Mt. Adams ... what can I say? I'm hooked. Anyone interested in summiting Mt. Hood sometime in June or July with a newbie (or two) in tow? I have some flexibility with my schedule and can hike weekdays or weekends with a little advance notice. Re: experience, the Muir snowfield on Mt. Rainier is my playground (average 5-6+ hikes a season), and I make at least one summit hike of St. Helen's each year; Adams was my first hike using crampons/ice axe, but Mt. Hood is calling my name!
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