dmdebruin Posted December 12, 2013 Share Posted December 12, 2013 In mid- to late May a partner and I are planning to spend about 10-14 days in the Cascades. He has limited experience there and I have never been. However, we both have experience in the Tetons, Rockies, Sierras, and Patagonia. He also has some experience in Alaska. Having never been, at the moment I'm just trying to figure out what the options are. I'd be psyched to hear recommendations for good climbs, classics or not, for everything from walk-ups to WI3+/4, M4/5, 5.7, mod. snow/glacier in difficulty. (I'm assuming that in May we won't be breaking out rock shoes, but if those sorts of things end up on the list, rock up to 5.10 could be good, too.) So, what's good in mid-May? What are your favorite peaks/routes? Any places we should *avoid* that time of year? I've got some ideas, but I don't want to taint the responses by offering up my thoughts just yet. Many, many thanks in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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