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mle

Was anybody on the N. Ridge of Stuart Sunday?

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I've got some friends who are a little bit overdue (I'm not too nervous yet, just curious.) and am wondering if anybody else was on the route and saw anything out of the ordinary (noticed a couple of guys moving slowly, an injury, etc) yesterday. They were climbing the complete ridge, and I know it's a long route and were probably just benighted and bivied, but if anybody saw anything I'd be curious to know. I've still got many hours until the agreed upon time to call a rescue.

 

Thanks

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hi, mle. sent you a pm. i know a couple of guys who just did the complete north ridge and it took them twice as long as they had planned. sounds like it's a pretty long route with some "interesting" route-finding!

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We saw two other parties on it on Saturday (all of which topped out within 10 minutes or so), plus one group that appeared to be starting the complete ridge.

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true, thanks for posting that oly. sounds like they are just moving a little slower than anticipated and needed an extra day. that's a nice development! thumbs_up.gif

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Thanks for the concern. We were only a little behind schedule on the climb, it was the sherpa pass descent that took much longer than planned.

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