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  1. Good pair of ski boots and bindings. located in pdx. get some spring skiing done when the lifts stop turning. bindings are powerful and easy to transition from resort to backcountry. Boots are 28.5 asking $150 for both. stabio7 at comcast dot net see you on the hill
  2. Garmont Endorphin and Fritschi Freeride

    70 each or best offer!
  3. Brand new green fusion ice tool. never been used $200. beacon has hardly been used. I did an avalanche class and carried it on a few trips but havent been using it lately, it needs a new home. works perfect.$150 http://www.backcountry.com/black-diamond-fusion-ice-tool http://www.backcountry.com/ortovox-patroller-avalanche-beacon located in pdx. will ship if necessary
  4. Both are still available. Get ready for winter!
  5. beacon lower price! $100 ice tool still available
  6. spantik by la sportiva

    moderately used boots. size 44. i put seam sealer on places that were starting to show abrasion. a few cosmetic scratches. many seasons of use in these. i just dont have a need for them any more. located in pdx. willing to ship if necessary. $400 sixdotdanger at gmail dot com
  7. spantik by la sportiva

    Reduced price! $350!
  8. BD Fusion Brand New!!

    sparkly new, envy green fusion ice tool. still has the tag. only one tool. $225 takes it home. this baby retails at $279.99 buyer pays shipping, or pick up in portland oregon stabio7 at comcast dot net
  9. BD Fusion Brand New!!

    no takers!? this is hot. get your mixed on!
  10. Oregon ICE???

    Any one know if there will be a portland ice fest this year?
  11. cilo gear 30:30 pac

    killer pack. read all about it here http://www.cilogear.com/3030.html for sale on portland craigslist http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/spo/3215946199.html trying to sell locally first but if no one here wants it then I will work to ship it. buyer to pay shipping Tim
  12. cilo gear 30:30 pac

    Size medium I would like to get $150
  13. 160cm skis, textured base you can use without skins.normal small scratches. Silvretta 404 size m. fits ice climbing boots. they are totally functional and work great. I used them to approach ice climbs , but bought an at setup. pics here http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/spo/3054939966.html
  14. Trip: Mt Hood - North Face Right Side Date: 4/6/2012 Trip Report: Made a sweet solo trip to the N side of Hood, nice snow on the tilly jane trail, deep snow in the main gully made for slow climbing.The crux ice section was shorter than I expected ,only about 15-20 feet but nearly vertical brittle ice,fun .The summit was strangely unoccupied for such a nice day. I planned to ski cooper spur but when I was on summit some clouds rolled in and i couldnt see, so decided to go to tline and then hitchhike around. turned out to be a good decision, the best powder skiing i have done in oregon. 5am left the truck 11am cross schrund 2pm summit 4pm timberline lodge 11 hours total, not a record but I think its pretty good for my first north side route crossed far left(out of view) and went up above the lower left rock band and traversed right to the gully bad ass steep ice dorky solo summit excellent skiing from hogsback to palmer Gear Notes: fat skis Approach Notes: t jane ski trail up south side down hitch hike around
  15. BenB, the upper section is the steepest snow of the route, at least when I was there. it gets to about 60 i guess. I thought it was getting close to rated R for a solo. in a few weeks the snow should be consolidated better and should be great!
  16. BenB, from the top ice section I went up and to the right of the big rock outcrop, I zig zagged around a few more rocks then it tops out directly on the summit. It would be possible to go left after the upper ice to join the left couloir, it is not so steep.
  17. Trip: Rolwaling Valley, Nepal - ice climbs and 6K peak Date: 2/1/2012 Trip Report: Recently returned from my first overseas climbing trip. It was killer. Did some ice and mixed cragging and a 6000m peak. The trip was sparked from this website http://climbnepal.blogspot.com/2010/03/rolwaling-ice-climbing-asias-beyul-of.html We spent a few days in Kathmandu, then a 12 hour bus ride from hell to the trail. Four days of hiking led us to the village of Bedding. We stayed here for 4 weeks. It took about a week to get acclimated before we could do harder climbs without getting too outta breath. we also climbed a 6000meter peak thats name will remain anonymous. There is so much potential in this valley for ice and hard mixed climbs its crazy. Most climbs were about 100m or so. The pics can do the rest of the talking. The start of the trek View from the sherpa village There is lots more ice like this Steep featured WI5 Mid route fun Dont slip just a 6000m peak figuring out the approach mid route nice view long way to go still sherpa new year celebration sherpa good times 85meter M5 WI5 lost at sea just another day in nepal slight delay on the way out Spin to Win Buddha is watching you Gear Notes: battery powered speakers,ipod and solar panel Approach Notes: Qatar air
  18. sorry the pics are so damn tiny, my first tr. need to figure this stuff out