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Eclipse path

Hope there are some pictures and stories of the eclipse crossing some amazing places. I would think the Tetons would be primo for an amazing stories. Any one have a mountaineering goal for Monday? Please post after event.
https://www.nationalparkstraveler.org/2 ... -locations
https://visitsunvalley.com/sites/defaul ... %20Map.pdf
http://www.kgw.com/news/eclipse/hike-th ... /462896919
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Is mountaineering underrated? Your opponent is nature. It's possibly the most physically demanding of all. You don't get a ring for success. You don't have sponsors. It's not on TV. It's funded by the people who do it. It's probably the only sport that is done on every continent. It, in my opinion, is by far the most rewarding of all sports.
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FYI: More info on travel/rescue/evac insurance

Good article over at expeditionportal.com regarding travel/rescue insurance

Buyer’s Guide: Travel, Rescue, and Medical Evacuation Insurance
https://expeditionportal.com/buyers-gui ... -services/
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fugitives flee into the bush, then call police for rescue.


The car was eventually abandoned on a track off Tree Trunk Gorge Rd, off the Desert Rd, near the Three Sisters bends.

The driver and passenger had run off into the bush.

Mr Taylor said police tried to find them but they actively avoided officers and were not found.

As one of the callers only had 2 per cent phone battery left at the time they called, police have only been able to obtain ...
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Lowe Pro Super Trekker AW II, Photographer/Travel Pack

Full suspension internal frame pack designed for the travel photographer, trekker or expedition member. Set up for airline travel.

- Front panel loading.
- Adjustable for torso length.
- Entirely padded photographers interior module that can be custom configured and is removable for the non-photographers gear and clothing transport.
- Additional zippered interior compartments.
- Zippered nylon panel fully covers the suspension for use as baggage on the airline or...........when strapping onto a yak. This ...
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another baldy rescue

idiots gonna do what idiots gonna do

http://www.dailybulletin.com/general-ne ... n-24-hours
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Eclipse with Glacier Glasses?

I'm heading to the Wind Rivers on August 21st for the full eclipse but want to protect my eyes from permanent damage. I have a pair of Julbo Explorer Glacier Sunglasses which are said to have 100% UV protection and block 95% of visible light. Despite how dark it feels wearing them, I'm mostly concerned about invisible rays. I'm leaning on not using them but am curious what others think. I've heard that there are ...
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RJ Secor's Mysterious Unclimbed Peak

In the Third Edition of High Sierra: Peaks, Passes, and Trails, Secor mentions that he knows of one peak in the Sierra that does not have a recorded first ascent, but that he won't reveal the name or location and that he never plans to climb it himself. In 2004, he did divulge the SECOND to last unclimbed peak, and it was climbed later that year, so I totally understand why he would never reveal ...
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