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    NW Alpine - The NW Alpine Blog of Alpine Pursuits

    Transcendental Linkup — Luke Negley

    We sat on the ledge not saying much as we watched the sun set over the city, we both knew that this was going to be one of the most physical days of climbing either of us had ever done. As the sun set we attempted to get some sleep before the alarms went off at 2:00am.

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    Liberty Crack - Liberty Bell

     

    Bare Bones

    Route: 5.11a C2 Trad, Aid, Alpine, 1200 ft, 12 pitches, Grade V*

    *According to Mountain Project/Summit Post

    Length: Car2Car < 10 hr; Left car 8:30am and got back ~6:30pm (leisurely pace, saying hi to the goats, summited Liberty Bell)

    Dates: August 26, 2020

    Climbing Gear:

    Here’s my regular PSA that just because someone on the internet used a certain rack (or lack thereof) does not...

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    Jason Hardrath Profile

    During the tail end of his infinity loop push Jason found himself on a more mellow portion of the Wonderland trail but his pace could only hit 14:30. He knew he should be going much faster but his body was absolutely exhausted. The night before he had slept only 90 minutes. 

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    The Alaska Range - Katie McKinstry

    "In climbing there is so much you can control. From training, to the food you eat, the gear you buy, the knowledge you learn, the skills you possess.... but the weather is that almighty being which ultimately controls all."

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    Mt. Adams, Washington - Adams Glacier Headwall "Ice Extension" (IV, AI3+, 55 deg snow) 06/09/2019 - A perspective by Eric Hardson and Noah Kimmes

    Approach was straightforward from Killen Creek TH. Open air bivy at 7,000'. Minor glacier travel with little to no crevasse danger to base of the route. A long, moderate snow slope began at about 9000'. Some rock and ice fall as the sun hit the cliffs on the upper headwall. We solo'd a short WI2 pitch on the left side of the lowest cliff band at 10,400'. The WI3+ pitch began at just below...

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