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Dane

Mt Borah in late Fall?

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Anyone been in there this time of year?    How about this year?  Conditions on the N. Face.  How's the approach gonna be right now?  

Thanks!

Some old school goodness for the day ;)  Not my photo.

North face of Mt Borah - January, 1977 (Photo by Frank Florence)

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Hi Dane!

I am in Boise now and I have been trying to find out the same thing. There is very little information avaliable on alpine climbing in Idaho, especially in the winter. I have been chatting with a guy who has climbed it fall/winter, and aparently avalaches are a big concern, but if conditions are safe then the face should go. If you are looking for a partner hit me up. I am gainfully unemployed and have a flexible schedule.

 

Dan

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