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  1. What would be a good 3 season tent that I can use for the cascades? Im not a super tight budget but I'm not looking to spend a fortune either. Id mostly be using this tent on rainier, adams shasta and hood. Thanks!
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    American Alpine Club Craggin Classic, Smith Rock, OR
  3. question Light alpine shoes?

    One of the biggest problems I come across climbing in the Cascades is finding an appropriate shoe to climb in. For my first year of alpine climbing, I mostly used high top, goretex hiking boots. This worked well on soft snow and glaciers - kept my feet dry, and were for the most part crampon compatible. When it came to the rock climbing portion of climbs though, I found them to be less than stellar, underperforming my climbing approach shoes and climbing shoes. I did end up switching into climbing shoes and carrying the boots in my bag, but ultimately wanted something that climbed snow and rock well. Following that, I started climbing in boulder x approach shoes. The boulder x mids are goretex and high top, so work well for keeping my feet dry, climb extremely well on rock, can hike for miles in them, and worked reasonably well with strap-on crampons. But now they're discontinued. I have a pair of mountaineering boots, but they don't walk very well, and I'm hesitant to wear them on a 20km+ hike so that they can perform well in snow / moderately on rock. So what are you all using for your alpine shoes? We live in such a limited market area of the world... need something that hikes well, is waterproof and mid/high topped, strap-on crampon compatible, and climbs well. Why La Sportiva discontinued the boulder x mid is beyond me, but any awesome replacements?
  4. Looking for a Mentor!

    My name is Kiira and I am 20! I am a student at University of Puget Sound and I am looking for a mountaineering/alpine mentor. I'm originally from Colorado and have done a number of the fourteeners as well as a 45 day mountaineering expedition in Patagonia on the southern ice field. I just got off of Denali and I am more motivated then ever to improve my technical skills and get out as much as possible! Let me know if anyone would want to take me under their wing and show me the ropes!
  5. Climbing Partner

    I'm looking to do some day or half day weekend cragging or alpine routes within range of Kirkland. I've been climbing for 10+ years but with kids, I haven't got out much in the last few years. I'm good to lead up to 5.10a and have a rack and all the stuff. I also have a somewhat flexible work schedule so I could do weekday dawn patrols at Index or 32/38.
  6. Scarpa Charmoz boots, size 42.5, very little use, excellent-perfect condition, $125 Scarpa Triolet boots, size 42.5, moderate use, vibram soles are in very good condition, $90 Please call 206-595-6471. Will provide pics on request. Thanks!
  7. Never used Eldrid Loopo Light Harness, Size Large. Includes stuff sack and tags. Great for ski mountaineering and fast/light alpine climbing. It's supposed to be the lightest harness on the market and is nearly 1/2 the weight of the Petzl Altitude.Specs:Size Large Waist 37.4 - 41.3in (95 - 105cm) Leg Loops 24.4 - 26.4in (62 - 67cm) Weight: 82 Grams!Local, cash only sale.
  8. We're booked to fly onto the Tiedemann Glacier in the Waddington Range 31July 2018; two of us so far, but the heli can slip in 4+gear. Ping me back if you want to share the lift/costs!
  9. Winter is only done on the calendar! I am just returning from a trip in the Alaska range, and am super stoked on big snowy, rocky, and icy alpine routes. I am currently unemployed and with only a few exceptions have the rest of April free. So I am free for mid week and longer trip too The routes looking at are: Cauthorn-Wilson, Watusi Rodeo, North Face Big Four, Gerber-Sinks, or anything else along those lines. Hit me up if you want to get out and climb!
  10. For Sale is a 30L Cilogear worksack in their indestructible Woven/Non-Woven Dyneema fabric. This is an amazing pack that is purpose made for the fast and light alpinist being lightweight and fully strippable including top lid, straps, waist belt and removable bivy pad. These sell for $500 new on Cilogear's website. I am selling this one for $450 Canadian Dollars ($350USD) shipping not included. There is no visible wear but there is some slight discoloration of the white fabric on the bottom of the pack and the top lid from being set on the ground. This pack is the "Normal" size from Cilogear. Link: http://www.cilogear.com/3004.html
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