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  1. Partners for Denali 2021

    Hi, I'm looking to join a team for Denali in 2021 at the end of May or 2022 if no takers. I've done mont blanc, winter mountaineering training and doing Elbrus next month from 17th sept as a solo but others welcome. So, I'm not super experienced but extremely competent. Also very fit, doing ultras..I know it's not all about fitness, just trying to highlight while inexperienced fitness won't be an issue. I'm based in London but work in US every couple months. With covid I expect to be around from October - December but destination within the US is flexible if would like to meet up. My work is flexible and I'm able to hit Europe pretty much anytime if partners here.
  2. Looking for solid partners to lead or join a climbing expedition to one of these places in June. Open to other suggestions as well. Please email me directly at AscanioPignatelli ATgmail.com for more info. Thank you.
  3. To whom it may concern, My name is Lucas Hamling and I'm in search of a month-long climbing partner to meet me in Talkeetna, Alaska in May, 2020 with the intention of climbing Denali's Cassin Ridge. Was planning a trip with partners that now cannot come, but am resolute in making a 2020 trip to Denali if I can find a partner. I live in Bozeman, Montana and am competent in climbing steep WI and mixed terrain, as well as being an endurance athlete and trail runner. Would like to travel to Talkeetna at the beginning of May and spend some time acclimatizing and skiing on the West Buttress, summit and ski from summit, as well as ski the Messner Couloir if conditions allow. Once sufficiently acclimatized, if given a 3 day weather window, we would attempt to climb the Cassin Ridge in a 3 day push. Although that is my ideal goal, I am flexible in itinerary and would also be interested in climbing on the North Buttress of Mount Hunter, or even an alternate trip to the Ruth Gorge. Ideally any partner would be willing/able to meet this winter and do a larger practice/training winter alpine climb on either the cascade volcanoes or the Tetons. Email me at lucas.hamling@gmail.com if you have any interest, or questions. Denali and its surrounding peaks inspire me and I plan to train devotedly this winter to maximize my chance of success; if you have similar goals and are looking for a partner, let's get in touch! Cheers, Lucas Hamling lucas.hamling@gmail.com
  4. for sale Spantik

    La Sportiva Spantik size 45 with both the stock liners and a pair of Intuition Denali Liners. Used them on two trips to the AK range and don't foresee myself needing them any time soon (Sadly). Plenty of life left, the fabric eyelets are like new (known weak point of this boot). I'm a street shoe 10.5 and with the Denali liners I bet anyone from a 10-11.5 could fit. $500 OBO. I live in SLC but will ship. Also, I realize that the new profile might be a red flag for some of you. I have a 10 year old profile on mountainproject but wanted to post these boots here, so feel free to look me up! Thanks.
  5. I'm 51 an,d a High climber, solo mostly, but spent some time at RMI schools and on some rope teams. Solo on Rainier last month after trying for 10 years. Hood, Orizaba, and some other big hills in Central America. Hoping for 2-3 people who want to carry our load and tie-in for a few weeks, snuggle in a tent of funk, and praise my cooking often. Get me contact info and a resume if this sounds what you had in mind. Looking for end of May 2020. Steve
  6. Cassin Ridge 2019

    Hey all, I am looking for a partner to do the Cassin Ridge with this spring. I am an experienced climber, I climb 11's at the crag and 10's in the alpine, WI4, and have lots of experience on the glaciers as well as previous Alaska range experience. For the last 8 months, I have been working 1:1 with a coach from uphillathlete.com to prepare for the Cassin. None of my regular partners are able to take the requisite time off, so I am reaching out to try and find somebody. Shoot me a message if interested and we can talk details!
  7. One pair Koflach Vertical double plastic mountaineering boots. These are the same shell as the Expe but use a thinner, lighter liner. In the product line they are warmer and stiffer than the Degre but lighter and more versatile than the Expe. I used them for mountaineering in the Cascades for a few seasons, wore them comfortably to the summit of Rainier (and back down) several times, Eldorado in winter a couple times. I was going to wear these on Denali but priorities changed. Other than some scuffs on the shell these boots are in excellent shape. All the hardware works perfectly, the bellows are in good condition, the heat-reflective footbed is in great shape, and the sole has tons of life left in it. I mostly wore these on snow and glacier climbs so they haven't seen much action on trails, dirt, or rock. These suckers are not light and shipping costs reflect that, so local pickup would be preferable but I'm willing to ship. Can meet downtown Seattle at the library weekdays during business hours, or near the Mount Baker light rail station evenings/weekends. I'm also selling a pair of Intuition Denali thermo-moldable foam liners. These weigh only 10.6 oz for the pair and are sized to fit these boots. It's a huge weight, warmth, and performance upgrade. Used once on a winter Rainier climb. They are molded to my feet but can be re-molded up to 4 more times. Feathered Friends offers this as a service, I highly recommend getting this done by pros who know what they are doing and have the right equipment to get the perfect fit. The liners include a set of custom foam heel inserts to fill the space in the boot shells where the stock liner heels fit. Retail on these is $176. Shells with stock liners: $100 Intuition liners: $60 Both for $150
  8. I have the following 3 items for sale (REDUCED PRICES!) Scarpa Phantom 8000 (2015 Model) High Altitude Boots Size 45 - Used but in good condition. Superfeet Included - Great boots for Denali! Price = 369. Scarpa Phantom Tech (2018) Technical Climbing Boots Size 44 - Used twice - nearly brand new! Price = 410. Outdoor Research Floodlight Down Jacket Size XL. Used in but in nice condition. Price = 150. Shipping is 18 bucks for each pair of boots, 10 dollars for the OR Jacket. Venmo or CashApp for payment. If you are interested text me at 406-Five Nine Nine -8743 or respond to me through this forum. -Seth
  9. Climbing Denali 2019

    Hello, I am determined to climb Denali in 2019. I move to Anchorage Alaska 3 months ago and am more than willing to do whatever it takes. I have never done a climb of this proportion, but I am a very experienced backpacker and will put in more time than needed to make up for whatever experience I may lack. Please let me know if you are interested or know of someone needing a team member.
  10. Climbing Denali 2019

    Hello, I am determined to climb Denali in 2019. I move to Anchorage Alaska 3 months ago and am more than willing to do whatever it takes. I have never done a climb of this proportion, but I am a very experienced backpacker and will put in more time than needed to make up for whatever experience I may lack. Please let me know if you are interested or know of someone needing a team member. Rachel
  11. Hello! I am looking to buy Olympus Mons or baturas size 45 for Denali. I am looking at Brand new ones to buy obviously but looking for options. If I buy these I will use them for future climbs as I have sights set on bigger peaks so they will be put to good use. Let me know if you have any available. Best way to get in touch is email dchrmy253@gmail.com Thank you!
  12. I am looking to get setup with Few people to explore the Ruth Gorge in - 2018 Spring/Summer Season. My idea is to spend few days in Anchorage first - One day in Matanuska Glacier (Get all the crevasse rescue and ice climbing). If possible hike one day in - Exit Glacier (Get more situated with Alaskan Glacier Travel). Then fly down and setup a Base camp in - Ruth Gorge for 2/3 Days. Get familiar with the area and do some climbing with skill level permits. I am not a die hard mountaineer or climber - I can do whatever is my limit. Looking for few like minded people to share the Guide cost or any other cost which can be split. If you wanna do more intense climbing - you are most welcome to do so. With Regards Tapas
  13. Hi CC-ers, Could you please visit our site when you have moment? This expedition site is the proof that you can achive a lot even on the intermediate route as WB. If you are genious like our exp leader... He did something for all of us, we couldn't even imagine at our first coffee meeting several months ago. http://cleanenergydenali08.com/ Zoran
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