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Whether you're moving into the world of outdoor climbing or an accomplished climber looking to tackle the many rock, ice, and alpine objectives in the Northeast and North Cascades, we're looking forward to being a part of your adventure goals and growth.  Consider the possibilities ahead...

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From the blog...

Effective Clothing Layering Systems for Ice Climbing

Ice climbing is an activity unique in the winter sports sphere. It is, by turns, both aerobic and anaerobic, wet and dry, stop and go. Being prepared for an ice climb means wearing the proper clothes to help regulate your body temperature in a variety of conditions. You will need to stay cool during the active portions of ice climbing, warm during the inactive portions (typically belaying), and dry throughout your entire excursion.


Ice Climbing, Equipment Advice

Learn This: Alpine Cooking

From an article that appeared in the August 2014 issue of Climbing Magazine. Experience-driven tips and tricks for cooking in the alpine. Check out Climbing Magazine to view the complete on-line article with photos.


Alpine Climbing, Equipment Advice, Gear Reviews, Technical Skills

Alpinist Magazine Gear Review: Jetboil MiniMo Stove

The Jetboil MiniMo is another version of Jetboil's original innovative—but now outdated—stove design. The MiniMo, slimmed down to 14.6 ounces and 5" x 6" dimensions, is likely an effort to appeal to alpine climbers. Although the MiniMo offers some nice features—such as enhanced simmer control—it is as if Powerbar put its Oatmeal Raisin brick in a new bag and tried to pass it off as an innovation.


Gear Reviews