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  1. Hey y’all, I did my first summit and back country ski ever on 3/31, Mt. St. Helens, worm flows route. I was so tired at the summit/excited to ski back that I ski’d off without my pack! Didn’t realize till we were too far and didn’t have enough time to go get it. Orange pack- It has some skins, ski crampons, water reservoir and a coat inside. Hit me up if anyone found it.
  2. I lost an ice axe on Sunday 7-23-17. It is probably on the lower potion and the East side of Cascadian Colouir of Mount Stuart. My son was exhausted, having issues, and I obviously didn't secure it well. It is sentimental as it was an anniversary gift and I had carried it up numerous peaks. I will gladly pay shipping and reward. Thanks
  3. As the title says, I left a blue helmet at Boulder Gulley (a crag in the Squamish Smoke Bluffs) on Sunday July 23. Was climbing there from 12:00 to about 3:30pm. If you find it, please PM me. Beer reward for safe return. -Brian
  4. lost Lost: axe

    Axe fell off my pack descending sahale arm yesterday. Blue petzl glacier lightride 50cm. I would love this back and will give beers to the kinds soul that returns it. I'll also throw in a free backpack that is apparently incapable of holding an axe.
  5. lost Lost Evolv Luchadors

    May have left them at the Carnaval Boulders in the Icicle. I'll have a cold tallboy PBR waiting if you have them!
  6. left my red Osprey 18 liter daypack on the side of the road today, Washington Pass hairpin, after some Fathers Day hot laps. Anyone end up with it?
  7. Lost a #3 and #4 last Saturday (6/3). They would either be at the base of the Brett and Scott memorial route or clipped to one of the anchors on that route.... most likely at the top of pitch 2. I would love to swap these for some beer. Thank you.
  8. skied down from camp at 9200' along the south route/palmer/mile on hood. Got home before I noticed I had lost the tent poles for my mt hardware trango 2 tent. 6/4/17. Cheers, Mike
  9. Left my grigri behind Tuesday June 6 as we left in the dark, and for some reason I didn't pack it up. Checked back today but not there (duh) Most likely @ Headlight point.
  10. I lost a BD skin skiing down from Colchuck col Sunday night. Probably a few hundred yards above the trail where I took a fall in the avy debris. Beers await the lucky finder.
  11. Lost 5/27 along the track segment circled in blue: Appreciate any help in recovering it! Will reward the heroic party with a hearty dose of their favorite treat.
  12. Hi there. While descending Mt. Clark above Royal Basin last fall, I took a spill and along the way one of my crampons fell off my backpack. The snow is likely melting fast up there, and maybe, just maybe, someone will find it. It is up there in Surprise Basin, just below some really cool rock features that a all freaky-looking! I know its a long shot, but if anyone happens to come across the beauty, a green CAMP aluminum crampon, I will happily buy you a 12-pack of your choice for its safe return. BTW - the Corkscrew Route on Mt. Clark is a super fun way to spend a day! Thanks! Tim H therunningdog @ yahooooooooo