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"It's always further than it looks.
It's always taller than it looks.
And it's always harder than it looks." - The 3 rules of mountaineering
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Five months of training & preparation in NH, Colorado & Oregon for my dream: Mt. Rainier, Seattle. 14,411 feet. Participating in a guided climb of Camp Muir Trail beginning this Wednesday, 6/1/16.
Hello, brand new to this...watch (Traverse) has p t even arrived yet. But I'm already playing with the route building feature for backcountry skiing. Can you add slope degree to the map see where the steeps are? So I can build my potential route with that in mind? This is a common feature on such websites like www.caltopo.com Thanks!!!
Hey folks, just got my Suunto and am training to climb Denali in June. I live in the midwest so if anyone has any tips on the best training for us flat-landers they would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Hi there, which route are you doing? I would focus on cardio for sure . "Pig hill" on WB before summit ridge will definitely raise your heart rate:) I climbed it in 2013 and weather that year was unreal, really warm with barely any snowfall during my trip (early june)
Hey guys! I've just bought a Traverse, well looking in the sport mode I saw that there are many kind. So what's the difference between trekking, walking, hiking and alpinism?
thx fox the answers
Hello, can test you one of my applications in your sporting activities.
Nice day. Kind regards.
Here is the link: http://www.movescount.com/fr/apps#term=jfcalypso
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