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      WELCOME TO THE CASCADECLIMBERS.COM FORUMS   12/08/21

      Thanks for visiting Cascadeclimbers.com.   Yep, we are still going!    Just put a new coat of paint on the site. Still the same old community of climbers, skiers, and people who love to get outdoors. Hope you had a great 2021, and wish you the best for 2022 and beyond.  Thanks again for stopping by.
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9 hours ago, bargainhunter said:

Having a route description would have helped...

But where is the adventure in that?:wink:

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image.png.c8be290b1ea9d67c4580c8c4faa92d22.pngI'll let you figure out where I took this one.  It is a good spot to visit in high summer!

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We must all go climb Sir Donald next summer!

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Time to mix it up again.  Scan from a slide.  November 2006, Annapurna massif showing off some nice light:

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Thanks @Off_White!  For that compliment, here's a shot from a 2004 trip to the Khumbu.  Pumori!

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OK, back to the task at hand.....skinning up under the North face of Pioneer in the Adamants:

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  This is from above Cutthroat Pass many autumns ago:

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Winter backpack at Baker Lake with the family....

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On 11/25/2021 at 11:37 AM, JasonG said:

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  This is from above Cutthroat Pass many autumns ago:

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Dayum!

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The vanishing ice of the White River Glacier a couple autumns ago:

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I'm pretty sure this is what it looks like right now on the South Fork Stillaguamish:

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An oldie, but a goodie.  A discerning eye will see that this image is part of my public persona:

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4 hours ago, Off_White said:

Is that from up on Luna Peak?

Close, from just above Luna col on the way to East Fury!

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Some places are not for lingering.  Coleman Glacier death zone:

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20 hours ago, Phil K said:

Jason, when exactly is your coffee table book coming out?

I need a few more photos first!

And then there are so many decisions....like would this photo of Hell's Highway make the cut??

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Not that I am worthy, but since Jason's a bit slow today.... (He's probably out in the hills.) I've always liked this one.

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It goes WAY back to one of the last times I climbed with him when we did N Twin Sister in December 2004. He was just a young whippersnapper then, and I wasn't such a fossil.

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