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This has to be amazing to climb

I dont recall exactly what I was looking for but somehow during one my many internet searches I ended up here:


Climbing this has to be one of the most amazing experiences to be had in the world!
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Relocating near the mountains!

So...finally it is happening....by Settember I will be relocating to Italy to work for the Airport in Torino....
And I will have 500km of the Alps chain within reach....
I am very happy for the geographical location and the new job!
To all my friends on Summitpost: come and visit and let`s go ski and climb together....!
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John's Swiss border trip

Last 22th of June John Harlin III start his Swiss border trip. Except this first sentence, all followings informations are from swissinfo.ch.

"John Harlin III, the star of the smash IMAX movie “The Alps”, is back in Switzerland for another epic adventure. This one could make climbing the Eiger look easy. “About 2,000km,” he says, a map of the country splayed out before him. “But when you consider all the up and down, it’s probably ...
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backpacker magazine

Sorry if this doesn't belong here but there's a Slickdeal today for Backpacker magazine. $3.50/year. Had good luck with DiscountMags.com in the past, can take long time for the subscription to go through though. Be patient.

Enter code 3950 at checkout to reflect the deal. Works for 1, 2, or 3 year subscriptions or renewals.


and read the original Slickdeal post here
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Ice Axe found on South Maroon

To the climber descending bell cord couloir, we did find the ice axe you lost. If you send an email to jmhasse01@gmail.com describing the axe and giving a shipping address, I'll happily send it back to you.
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Photo files, climbing and other - how do you organize

Only vaguely related to climbing, but how do you guys organize your digital photos? For my actual printed photos, I've had them by subject, then by date (e.g., a shoebox of climbing photos, envelopes of oldest in back, going forward in time, a box of family photos, friends, vacations, etc.).

Not sure if this is the best way for digital files or not. Maybe by year, then subject within that year. Thoughts from the collective?
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Climbing during Thanksgiving

Are there any places in the lower 48 that are good for climbing/hiking in Late November? Rockies/Cascades/Sierras? I am looking for either Hiking or Stable snow routes. I know snow in Colorado ROckies is very unstable in November. I am not sure about northern rockies and other ranges mentioned above. Any information would be really helpful.


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accident report on whodunit on Tahquitz today? anyone know

we watch the heli spin around and around and also offered assistance to a large group of volunteer firefighters, gave them directions and headed down as we decided there were too many people already
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Bi-lingual pages

I'm planning on creating a page for a mountain in Guatemala. I'm wondering if there is precedence for bi-lingual pages, and if that is encouraged or discouraged. I'm a native English speaker, but speak Spanish close to fluently (I live in Guatemala.)
Any input appreciated.
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