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About 123tom

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  • Birthday 03/20/1984

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    Washington
  1. nice climb looks a little bushy but still cool, fixing lines for the missus is always good!
  2. Nice climb man, looks like a sweet route
  3. [TR] Shasta - Hotlum Glacier 5/28/2012

    Nice thanks for the details I plan on doing shasta later this year
  4. thermarest glissade, yes!
  5. [TR] Triple Couloirs - Dragontail 5/27/2012

    Nice climb!
  6. Wow, spectacular shots! Really love the night scenes. Thanks for the report
  7. Sick! looks like some rad routes guys.
  8. Nice climb, thanks for the route map
  9. looks like an epic climb, beautiful mountain.
  10. That looks sick, its going on my list! What time did you guys leave and get back? Thanks for sharing.
  11. [TR] The Mole - North Face 5/19/2012

    Sick!
  12. [TR] Mt. Stuart - Ice Cliff Glacier 5/14/2012

    Nice pics, looks awesome
  13. [TR] Mt Hood - Old Chute 5/16/2012

    Nice, evaluating conditions on the mount is always more accurate than any forecast or report
  14. Trip: Matterhorn Peak, Sawtooths, E. Sierra - north arete variation Date: 5/19/2012 Trip Report: Climbed Matterhorn Peak this weekend with great weather and conditions aside from some soft snow. We hiked in on dry trail and then later snow that lead to the small glacier and the couloir leading to the start of the route. We wandered a bit on the route and had a late start forcing us to descent in the dark, but overall a great climb. The sawtooth range offers a short approach, beautiful scenery, and good climbing. We saw lots of deer and wildlife, and only two other people the whole day, not bad for a weekend. Does anyone know if there are rap anchors off the summit somewhere, saw one set but was not sure if it lead off or if there were more below it? Gear Notes: 6-8 draws set of cams nuts and slings bring axe and crampons for the descent Approach Notes: 5 mile hike 5000ft gain. 12200 summit, 6 pitches of rock.
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