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Hi together, I am planning a trip to the US and looking for mountaineers to team up for Mount Jefferson, Hood, Adams, Helens and Rainer in September. Maybe it is to much for 5 weeks? I do not know yet. I am still in planning phase. I am comming from Europe, Austria and normally climb 1600(4900)-1800hm(5900ft) per day. So I am normally well trained. Just made lots of mountains here in the alps for about 20years. I have climbed Gran Paradiso, Weissmies, Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa, Wildspitze, Ortler and some more classics and much more... I am also trained well in glacier mountain climbing. I do not have lots of experience in camping on glaciers because in the alps we have mountain huts in nearly every region. But I already have the equipment for glacier camping. So maybe if anybody want`s to team up with me for one or more of these nice mountains on a beginner or advanced route, or can give any kind of good advice. I would be happy to hear from you. Philipp
I realize this is waaaay far out, but my girlfriend and I are making a trip to PNW in October from NY. We'll be at MSH October 23rd...checked the site and it looks like permits are sold out other than October 28th and 29th. Unfortunately, we leave to head back to NY on October 25. Do I have any other options to obtain a permit? Would hate to miss out on this opportunity
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.