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  1. Weekday Climbing Partner: I’m looking for regular weekday climbing partners for winter alpine routes within a three hour drive of Portland; as far North as Mount Rainier, as far East as Smith Rock and as far South as Southern Oregon. Mount Hood is my playground. Weekdays only as I work every weekend but I'm generally available 2-3 consecutive days per week. About me: Climbing is my passion. I climb alpine style - fast and light but not stupid light (ie I carry pro & safety equipment). I'm safety oriented, I move fast on moderate exposed terrain, I have high endurance and I’m highly proficient on moderately technical terrain. I have an ice and rock rack and can pull you out of a crevasse. About you: I’d prefer someone with complimentary skills to mine, someone more proficient than me on ice or rock and less proficient on the other. Having a similar to pace to mine is important - I’m looking for someone that averages 6 hours from Timberline to the summit of Mount Hood in full winter conditions. If you don't meet those requirements but have something to offer in a climbing partnership likely I'm still down to just climb. Objectives: This winter I’m looking to climb several C2C West and North routes on Mount Hood. When it’s stormy in the Cascades I’m down for craging at Smith Rock. I'm also interested in some winter routes on Mount Rainier (closures permitting). Message me if you’re interested and think we're a good fit. Checkout my MP profile before responding please. Cheers, Harvest www.mountainproject.com/user/110965253/harvest-mondello
  2. Crevasses on Mt Hood-kid needs a belay

    Cheers, so this morning I found a ton of crevasses within a couples hours hike of timberline lodge on Hood. I stayed close by the edge because I got there late but if you get there early there’s potentially hundreds of climbable routes. I honestly can’t tell how long they are but the one I checked out nearby the edge was perfect because you could walk in from the moraine slope instead of moving over the glacier. It had 10 ft walls perfect for trying it out and sweet walls and corners that were 50+ ft with everything from dead vertical to overhanging. And the corners were just awesome you could’ve wedged yourself up into the funkiest spots. It’s obviously not great ice but even with the sun coming up it stayed hard enough that it was tricky to get tools out and I put my stakes on the glacier with the sun on them and they held a perfect anchor for at least an hr. I know a lot of people go here and there’s even a trip organized for September but if anybody lives around Hood, I live ten minutes from timberline, and it’d be great to find a belay partner. I’ve been messing around with a double belay device by myself and it definitely works but it’s beyond tricky on most steep ice. I work most days but I should have off at least once a week to go up in the am and I can go up at night most days. I’m definitely a beginner but I get out there a ton so while I might not send the craziest stuff I can at least promise I’ll remember to place the anchor and just overall not do dumb stuff. Ill be here for a while and it only gets better up there.... reach out anytime. -Trevor Ps- there’s some sweet not-too-chossy boulders all over Hood too
  3. Im looking for a partner to ski tour the south side climbing route of Hood, with the goal to summit Mt Hood on 5/25. l'll be leaving from Portland around 11pm-Midnight 5/24 (Thursday, night before and am more than happy to pick you up and carpool) and plan on starting on the trail from Timberline around 1am. I'm relatively new to ski mountaineering, with two seasons under my belt, but Ive done St Helens, Broken Top and Mt Washington before. Mt Hood is my current white whale. I've gone up to Hogsback twice but have turned back due to lame conditions one time and equipment failure another. Looking for a buddy to try and summit this thing for real this time!
  4. Lose an axe recently? Maybe two? Give me a description and we’ll get you reunited. Text 503-867-6139