KaskadskyjKozak Posted June 8, 2010 Share Posted June 8, 2010 Not to mention climbing in blatant disregard to the conditions... I think the point is there were a whole bunch of people (guides, clients, NPS Climbing Rangers and private parties) out on Saturday morning climbing in "blatant disreguard for the conditions". We are lucky there was only one death. How to improve on both those issues is what I am interested in. Rainier averaged around 3 deaths a year several years back. Then a few years ago there was a streak of good luck (was it luck?) with no deaths for a few years in a row. Could it be due to the good work of the previous NPS climbing ranger in charge? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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