Josh Lewis wrote:Man climbing is getting expensive. I suppose I understand, but this is reminding me of what happened with Aconcagua.
Dow Williams wrote:Which is a good thing Josh. Best advice I could give to someone like yourself, is to focus less on the name of an objective and much more on the experience. So many wilder, scenic and wicked places to climb than Aconcagua and Denali. The more you delve into the talent (technical) aspect of getting up a wall or mountain, far less folks, trash and government intrusion you will find. Cheers.
jeffn wrote:Another idea is to cut down on the baby sitting. This might mean letting some more people die on Denali. If you don't want to risk death on Denali, don't go there.
Arthur Digbee wrote:You math geniuses will note that even $500 a head will only cover about half the program costs, making the general taxpayer responsible for the rest. Of course this is part of a general increase in NPS fees for everything in the national parks.
96avs01 wrote:Curious as to how you know he ascended too quickly?
mattyj wrote:The point I'm trying to make is that climbers alter their risk management based on the size of the NPS's safety net...
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