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First Recorded Ascent of Unclimbed Peak in Canada

Trio makes first recorded ascent of an unclimbed peak in Canada - Lonnie Dupre
https://shoutout.wix.com/so/bMAMtd5d?cid=0#/main
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Mt Logan

Hello..
i would like to be involved if there is a team that will climb the Mt Logan in this year.
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Little hector, Hector links up

Hey guys,

Just by looking at pictures, it seems that linking little hector and hector (alberta) via the col is possible. I am aware of the stupidly long day, but I am wondering if anyone has any info on a traverse linking the two peaks.

Cheers
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Alaska skiing, climbing

Hello,

I am Anja Sraj from Slovenia and right now I’m staying in Golden, doing ski touring and ice climbing. I do love the place here but my big wish to go to Alaska in spring. I didn’t do any big research yet where to go but mostly I need people or a person with who I could do alpine climbing or skiing. I have been for 3 years in Chamonix from where I got ...
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Climbing Options - Alaska Range/Chugach/Haines/St. Elias

Hi All,

Greetings.
I am looking for some options in Alaska for some peak bagging without spending the $500+ Tax Flight.
What are the Peaks/Glacier High Mountain - Mountaineering option in - Late Spring (May End) with cheapest possible air taxi cost (Between 200-300 round trip drop off).

Any - Suggestions/Opinions are welcome.

With Regards
TG
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Wickersham Wall on Denali

I stumbled across this article on the 1963 first (and only?) ascent of the Wickersham Wall on Denali's North Face by members of the Harvard Mountaineering Club. Summitposters may find it interesting reading.

https://harvardmagazine.com/2013/08/climbing-the-wickersham-wall

Some quick googling suggests that as of now the climb is still unrepeated. Is anyone aware of a second ascent?
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Chugach Mountains info needed please!!!

My wife and I have been hiking the Chugach Mountains the last few years. Pioneer Peak is our highest summit. Could anyone provide any info on the easiest of the top ten Chugach summits. I know that know mountain is easy, my wife has some problems with the descent. Any info would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!!! Thank you
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BANNF National park for the first time

Hi, in mid September was looking to go to BANNF for the first time, and was looking for some suggestions. Only have about 4.5 days. Would like to know some of the must do's along with a smaller short overnight trip in the backcountry.
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Critique my Canadian Rockies Itinerary

Heading up to Banff and Jasper for about 10 days in late August. Going solo. Here is the list of climbs I am planning. My primary resource has been Scrambles in Canadian Rockies Guidebook

Mt. Lady McDonald
Mt. Wilcox
Mt. Willington (overnight)
Mt. Edith
Mt. Temple
Mt. Sarbach
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