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Mark Straub

 
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by Mark Straub » Sat Jul 18, 2009 6:39 am

All 5 main summits in the Liberty Bell group! Mid 5th-class climbing, short approaches, great granite...ohhhh man, that would (hopefully will) be great!

Mt. Rainier- I attempted today, one of my partners wasn't up for it, and I had to stay back with him while the other two went to the summit.

Eldorado Peak

Sahale Peak

-Mark

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by Bascuela » Sat Jul 18, 2009 6:44 am

All CA fourteeners. One down. :D

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by RickF » Sat Jul 18, 2009 2:05 pm

Complete the CA 14ers (11 done, 4 left to do)
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Orizaba
Denali
As many Sierra classic peaks as I can make it to, a couple of peaks a year, until I'm physically not able to climb any more.

I'm on a variation of the "Fatdad" plan.

fatdad wrote:Pretty much all of the peaks on my list are really an option for me anymore because I'm old and a wuss and have a family to support:

Thank God for the Sierra Nevada.


Hey Fatdad & JHH60, don't forget Old Guys Rule! O.K. maybe we won't rule the 7 summits and the 8,000 meter peaks, but we can rule the Sierra!

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by Pallando » Sat Jul 18, 2009 10:04 pm

Ultimate goal: Denali
Short term goal: All the major Oregon cascade volcanoes ( I determine what major means :wink: )
This means Jefferson, North Sister and Hood. McLoughlin, not too interested, but if the chance arises...

Also, Rainier, Adams and Baker.

Most of the major Japanese peaks, but Kita-dake especially.

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by skyward22 » Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:46 am

Hummingbird Ridge on Mt. Logan.
When I'm older but still just enough in shape to do it. If I die at that age, so be it.
The route has not been repeated since its 1st ascent many years ago. It may never be.

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by Diggler » Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:50 pm

CClaude wrote: …I'll get a quick session in after work. …. concentrate of doing a series of hard routes, which for me its mostly a series of 5.12 cracks with a .13 thrown in here and there… Actually here in town, I'm just a gumbie with even the local PICU (pediatric intestive care unit) doctor climbing circles around me, so you just end up hanging out with a bad crowd :D


shit, i guess that robbins, pratt, etc. would be 'gumbies' too then, not to mention virtually everyone else on this site, and most climbers in general... did bridwell even climb .13?

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by Patrick B » Tue Jul 28, 2009 9:29 pm

Here are my goals :wink:



2009
Gunks, NY
Climb a 5.8
Run a 5:40 (2 mile pace)
Saint John's Ledges, CT
Devil's Den, CT
Katadhin Knife's Edge, ME
Quincy Quarries, MA

2010
Winter
Lafayette Winter, NH
Frankenstein Cliff, NH
Bowl Skiing, CO
Elbert, CO
Pikes Peak, CO
Mansfield, VT
Climb a WI 3
Spring – Fall
Tuckerman's Ravine (climb/ski), NH
Whitney, CA
Climb a 5.10
Run a 5:20 (2 mile pace)
Great Falls-Carderock Rock Trip, MD – VA
Wolf Rock, CT

2011
Winter
Climb a WI 5
Katadhin, ME
South Mountain Winter, VT
Frankenstein Cliff, NH
Mount Washington (Huntington), NH
Lake Willoughby, VT
Mount Willey, NH
Spring – Fall
Climb a 5.11
Climb a V3
Smugglers Notch, VT
Rock Rimmon, NH
Cathedral Ledge, NH
Whitehorse Ledge, NH
Cannon Cliff, NH

hopefully some climbing in alaska, out west, and in canada after i can do these :D

patb

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by AndrewSmyth » Wed Jul 29, 2009 4:27 am

Ama Dablam

Baruntse

Manaslu

Probably not in that order though. I'm waiting for that Serac about C3 on AD to fully collapse before I set foot there.....

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by Wastral » Wed Jul 29, 2009 11:43 pm

Mt. Reality for me...
Waddington range for 4 weeks next summer actually.



AndrewSmyth wrote:Ama Dablam

Baruntse

Manaslu

Probably not in that order though. I'm waiting for that Serac about C3 on AD to fully collapse before I set foot there.....

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by Diego Sahagún » Thu Jul 30, 2009 1:02 am

Should I have a list :?:

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by mills » Tue Oct 13, 2009 1:22 am

Ama Dablam :?

North Face Eiger :shock:

North Face Matterhorn :wink:

Walker Spur, Grand Jorasses :P

Cullin Ridge, Scotland :)

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by Luciano136 » Tue Oct 13, 2009 2:09 am

No real list. The Sierra until I run out of interesting peaks (which might take a long time); then I'll start over but do different routes :). Other than that, fun peaks in different countries with various areas in South America and the Himalaya on the priority list.

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by xDoogiex » Tue Oct 13, 2009 4:10 am

Annapurna and mt. Sunflower

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by Buckaroo » Tue Oct 13, 2009 4:22 am

Waddington
Japanese route on Mt Alberta
Becky Chounard on S Howser Tower
NE Buttress Johannesburg
N Pickets traverse
Sunset Ridge Rainier in winter
The Nose
Steck Salathe on Sentinel
the Grand, Tetons
Whitney
Liongrat on Matterhorn

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by RickF » Wed Oct 14, 2009 3:55 am

RickF wrote:Complete the CA 14ers (11 done, 4 left to do)
Raineer
Orizaba
Denali
As many Sierra classic peaks as I can make it to, a couple of peaks a year, until I'm physically not able to climb any more.

I'm on a variation of the "Fatdad" plan.

fatdad wrote:Pretty much all of the peaks on my list are really an option for me anymore because I'm old and a wuss and have a family to support:

Thank God for the Sierra Nevada.


Hey Fatdad & JHH60, don't forget Old Guys Rule! O.K. maybe we won't rule the 7 summits and the 8,000 meter peaks, but we can rule the Sierra!


Update: 14 California Fourteeners done, one left to do. Check off Polemonium, North Palisade and Starlight. :D

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