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  • Waiting on Fairweather | Committed


    Waiting on Fairweather

    Follow Mark and Janelle Smiley as they pursue climbing the Fifty Classic Climbs of North America.

    Words by Mark Smiley

    In June we headed for Mt. Fairweather (15,325'), located a mere 13 miles from the Pacific coast in SE Alaska. The Carpe Ridge is the "classic" route on its South Face. This snow, ice, and rock route ascends a little under 11,000 vertical feet from the glacier camp. It's huge! I would equate it to a remote, steeper, rockier, longer, Liberty Ridge on Rainier.

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  • Jesse Huey - Alpinism in Pakistan - Sept 19

    Jesse Huey will be presenting on his path in alpinism and the difficult decisions in Pakistan after a terrorist attack in 2013 Jesse Huey will be presenting on his path in alpinism and the difficult decisions in Pakistan after a terrorist attack in 2013

    Jesse Huey - Alpinism Crossroads in Pakistan

    Over the last several years, Jesse has spent a large amount of his time pursing alpine climbing all over the world.  Three months ago, Jesse was faced with a difficult decision whether or not to continue on an alpine climbing expedition after terroists murded 11 climbers in Nanga Parbat Basecamp, just 80 miles from where he was going. Join Jesse as he shares the path that brought him to Pakistan and why he made the choice to come home.

    Where: Feathered Friends
    What: Jesse Huey - Alpinism Crossroads in Pakistan
    When: Thursday, September 19th
    Time: Starts at 8pm
    Cost: Free! $10 suggested donation for the Access Fund
    Bonus: Schwag from Feathered Friends, Arc'Teryx, and Scarpa | Cold Refreshments

    Hope to see you there!

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