On my last trek, my Ambit3 Peak, started to work bad. Altitude was way off up to 9.100 mts,, because temperature sensor malfunctioned, having measurement of -230 C. The actual altitude was around 3.500 mts.
Anyone ever experienced the same?
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
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