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Hi, I have a pair of brand new pair of Fischer Traverse CS boots size 28.5. I ordered them and realized I need the next size up. I’m asking $450 for these boots which they retail for $850. These boots are great for ski touring and ski mountaineering. These boots are a 28.5 with a boot sole length of 306mm. PS - having issues uploading the photos so DM me and i can send them on over. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/586369742417222 Happy to split shipping cost in the US. Please let me know if you have any questions
Hey, just wondering if anyone has been to Glacier Peak recently and could give an update on conditions of the road in (Sauk River Rd) and where the snow line is? We're ski mountaineering it starting on 6/18/20 and planning on 4 days (D1 TH to White Pass, D2 to Glacier Gap, D3 summit then to White pass, D4 to car). Also any beta on good lines to ski down from the top(ish) back to Glacier Gap? I'd love anyone's gpx track! Thanks!
Trip: North Cascades - Easton Glacier Trip Date: 03/05/2019 Trip Report: Monday March 4th, buddy and departed for Easton Glacier of Kulshan. Starting from the sno-park trailhead at 0230 March 5th, roughly 3-4 miles from summertime trailhead, the trail had been groomed earlier that day. We cruised up the groomed path until roughly 6500’ where transitioned onto heavily tracked out trail by snowmobilers, which had rose well into the glacier. The Easton had appeared to be filled in and solid as Cascade concrete allows, no shoot cracks were prevalent even around moats where snowmobiles had appeared to ride through. Rising to about 7500’-8000’, strong Northwestern winds pushed in a fat system, dropping visibility to below 20’. After a 20min break around these elevations, we decided to pull the cord and bail as conditions only worsened and could see the rest of the system moving in from around Washington/ Cascade Pass region. The ski down was great here and there, on the snowmobile tracks it was rather poor. Tons of variable snow conditions surely a result from many freeze thaw cycles and heavy traffic. Cruised on groomed trail all the way down to the car with the occasional section of skating, I would say no more than 400m at a time. Overall, great conditions, smooth sailing on the ascent as well as descent, glacier roulette was very forgiving this trip, certainly will be in prime conditions after the current cycle moving through if AVI does not jump to high. 8.5 hours; 23.45 miles; 6300' ascent; 6400 descent Gear Notes: Ice Axe, Crampon, Ski Crampons Approach Notes: Smooth and fast, bring the music
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!