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[TR] Mt. Logan- E. Ridge 5/11/2004

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Climb: Mt. Logan-E. Ridge


Date of Climb: 5/12/2004


Trip Report:

11 consecutive days of outstanding to decent weather saw us fly in from Kluane, bypass several camps, drop caches, and from 12000 go light (everything is relative!)to the east summit in 3 days, and return to Andy's.cool.gif

The lower knife edge was in poor condition with sun rotted ice on the south but nice firm alpine ice on the north. The upper knife was not an issue. Very high winds (60 and gusting higher)on summit day but with relatively warm temps it was entirely managable. A great trip! bigdrink.gif




Gear Notes:

Ya need ta know how to make good snow anchors or be prepared to leave lotsa gear on descent.


Approach Notes:

Fly from Andy Williams at Silver City.

Edited by syudla

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Pics as in they are being developed at the drug store. Or at least thats how I interpreted his response.


I'd love to see them too.

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Hey Martin

Didn't know you hung here.... but probably should've.

Next month i'm off to Waddington but Jeff has to work so drummed up some interest from a colorado friend. Hope he can match Jeff's weather juju... fruit.gif


For the rest, too many random drug tests at work so that's all well in the past. snaf.gif Just getting them developed.

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