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July, 2022

Monday
4
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Backpack in starting at the Pole Creek Trailhead. Stay the night, climb, and return on the second day. Leader has obtained group entry permit. See prospectus below for full details.
Tuesday
5
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Backpack in starting at the Pole Creek Trailhead. Stay the night, climb, and return on the second day. Leader has obtained group entry permit. See prospectus below for full details.
Thursday
7
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A beautiful and challenging alpine route for intermediate to advanced mountaineers
Friday
8
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A beautiful and challenging alpine route for intermediate to advanced mountaineers
Saturday
9
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A beautiful and challenging alpine route for intermediate to advanced mountaineers
Saturday
9
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Climb at Flagstone
Sunday
10
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A beautiful and challenging alpine route for intermediate to advanced mountaineers
Sunday
10
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Climb at Flagstone
Monday
11
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When: July 11-13, 2022. Difficulty: S2. Party size: 8. This three day climb of Mt Baker (10,781 ft) includes an overnight backpack to a high alpine camp, roped glacier travel and some steep snow climbing. The weekday schedule will assure fewer climbers on the route. The climbing will not be technically difficult but will be long and require good crampon, ice ax, and self arrest skills in order to have a safe and positive experience. The Easton Glacier route provides a good introduction to glacier climbing on a magnificent mountain. Garry Stephenson and Ellen Gradison Leaders. Diffuculty: S2. Driving distance: 600 miles RT
Monday
11
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A beautiful and challenging alpine route for intermediate to advanced mountaineers
Tuesday
12
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When: July 11-13, 2022. Difficulty: S2. Party size: 8. This three day climb of Mt Baker (10,781 ft) includes an overnight backpack to a high alpine camp, roped glacier travel and some steep snow climbing. The weekday schedule will assure fewer climbers on the route. The climbing will not be technically difficult but will be long and require good crampon, ice ax, and self arrest skills in order to have a safe and positive experience. The Easton Glacier route provides a good introduction to glacier climbing on a magnificent mountain. Garry Stephenson and Ellen Gradison Leaders. Diffuculty: S2. Driving distance: 600 miles RT
Wednesday
13
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When: July 11-13, 2022. Difficulty: S2. Party size: 8. This three day climb of Mt Baker (10,781 ft) includes an overnight backpack to a high alpine camp, roped glacier travel and some steep snow climbing. The weekday schedule will assure fewer climbers on the route. The climbing will not be technically difficult but will be long and require good crampon, ice ax, and self arrest skills in order to have a safe and positive experience. The Easton Glacier route provides a good introduction to glacier climbing on a magnificent mountain. Garry Stephenson and Ellen Gradison Leaders. Diffuculty: S2. Driving distance: 600 miles RT
Saturday
16
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This one day climb of Mount Washington will start on the west side of Big Lake near the HooDoo ski area. This is a great first year climb of one of Oregon’s volcanic peaks. Expect to be on the trail all day and some sore muscles at the end of it.
For more details please read the prospectus.
Monday
18
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Backpack in starting at the Pole Creek Trailhead. Stay the night, climb, and return on the second day. Prospectus will be posted soon. Leader has obtained group entry permit.
Tuesday
19
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Backpack in starting at the Pole Creek Trailhead. Stay the night, climb, and return on the second day. Prospectus will be posted soon. Leader has obtained group entry permit.
Wednesday
20
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Please note that we are reserving a 5 day window. The climb itself will be 2 days on the mountain with travel before and after. As time approaches, we will pick our climb days.
Thursday
21
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Please note that we are reserving a 5 day window. The climb itself will be 2 days on the mountain with travel before and after. As time approaches, we will pick our climb days.
Friday
22
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Please note that we are reserving a 5 day window. The climb itself will be 2 days on the mountain with travel before and after. As time approaches, we will pick our climb days.
Saturday
23
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Please note that we are reserving a 5 day window. The climb itself will be 2 days on the mountain with travel before and after. As time approaches, we will pick our climb days.
Sunday
24
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Please note that we are reserving a 5 day window. The climb itself will be 2 days on the mountain with travel before and after. As time approaches, we will pick our climb days.

August, 2022

Saturday
13
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It‘s That time again! Sign up for a weekend of fun climbing at Bull Point.
Sunday
14
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It‘s That time again! Sign up for a weekend of fun climbing at Bull Point.
Saturday
20
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Located in the Olympic Peninsula outside of Lilliwaup, WA, Mt Pershing’s approach is nothing to take for granted. Steep forested terrain and uphill both ways.
This climb requires car camping at the trailhead in order to get an early start on the forested trail. It is not a climb for the faint of heart.
For more details, please read the prospectus.
Sunday
21
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Located in the Olympic Peninsula outside of Lilliwaup, WA, Mt Pershing’s approach is nothing to take for granted. Steep forested terrain and uphill both ways.
This climb requires car camping at the trailhead in order to get an early start on the forested trail. It is not a climb for the faint of heart.
For more details, please read the prospectus.
Saturday
27
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This one day climb of Three Fingered Jack will start at the PCT trailhead located north of the highway 20 near the HooDoo ski entrance. This is a great first year climb of one of Oregon’s volcanic peaks. Expect to be on the trail all day and some sore muscles at the end of it.
For more details, please read the prospectus.

September, 2022

Saturday
17
8:00 AM
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This will be a scramble. A non-technical climb with optional over nighter at Rockpile Lake.
Wednesday
21
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This three day climb up Mt Jefferson from Pamelia Lake Trailhead is a committing endeavor with two nights in the backcountry and technical climbing. The climb party will be limited to experienced mountaineers only unless they can provide the leader with verifiable references on their technical ability.
Thursday
22
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This three day climb up Mt Jefferson from Pamelia Lake Trailhead is a committing endeavor with two nights in the backcountry and technical climbing. The climb party will be limited to experienced mountaineers only unless they can provide the leader with verifiable references on their technical ability.
Friday
23
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This three day climb up Mt Jefferson from Pamelia Lake Trailhead is a committing endeavor with two nights in the backcountry and technical climbing. The climb party will be limited to experienced mountaineers only unless they can provide the leader with verifiable references on their technical ability.