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  1. Or that simple sign could have the opposite...

    Or that simple sign could have the opposite effect. Like people taking grinning selfies of themselves next to the "Dangerous Trail" sign before climbing the ravine, and posting it all over social...
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    I have a feeling the next time someone attempts...

    I have a feeling the next time someone attempts this, it will be Andrew's time they will be attempting to beat. Meanwhile, in some dark and forgotten corner of the internet, people will be having...
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    Good grief. Andrew destroyed the previous record....

    Good grief. Andrew destroyed the previous record. 56 hours is a HUGE margin. I don't think a stash of batteries or an occasional companion made the difference.

    It's unfortunate that bickering...
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    Ladders on the Huntington Ravine trail? Gross....

    Ladders on the Huntington Ravine trail?

    Gross.

    Just....NO.

    Why does every single incident require some kind of "reaction" like this?
  5. Still waiting for them to implement the "Wander...

    Still waiting for them to implement the "Wander Safe" card program.
  6. How odd. All my encounters with males have been...

    How odd. All my encounters with males have been pretty mellow, as if they were courting me.
    This guy was the best model, somewhere between the Baldfaces:
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    Absurdities Abound

    What a ridiculous overreaction by BSP. Downright embarrassingly stupid and off-base.

    What was the unspecified "littering" - a freaking champagne cork? Or was it the spilled champagne, forever...
  8. Classic NH

    Another great move by NH in the sphere of public relations: "Take that, Old People - you should be smart enough to stay out of our mountains with your crappy hips!'" All for $9000.

    Fortunately,...
  9. We kept on truckin' down the Crawford Path. We...

    We kept on truckin' down the Crawford Path. We were on a 3 day Presi Traverse, training for Denali and were actually hauling sleds roped together for some sections. We had all our Alaskan-grade gear,...
  10. My most epic adventure in this category would be...

    My most epic adventure in this category would be bailing from The Dungeon at Lake of the Clouds in an insane arctic whiteout. The make a long story short, luckily we had the large scale Washburn Map...
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    That's exactly the spot where this guy came out...

    That's exactly the spot where this guy came out courting me for a good ten minutes. Pretty brave birds!:

    http://vermontphoto.com/images/SEAVER_Spruce-Grouse-on-Baldface-Trail.jpg
  12. Yes, you did the teardrop - Maple Ridge wanders...

    Yes, you did the teardrop - Maple Ridge wanders all over the place through thick woods and over short cliffs. It's easy to miss Maple Ridge at the bottom, I've done it before!
  13. Gnarly! Excellent report and pics.

    Gnarly! Excellent report and pics.
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    I'm pretty sure that is a variation of the...

    I'm pretty sure that is a variation of the "original". The Alaskan bush pilots say it a lot.
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    Great project, Sue! Congrats on this.

    Great project, Sue! Congrats on this.
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    The Himalayas from 20,000'

    In case this hasn't been posted here already - some amazing aerial footage from the Himalayas:
  17. Thread: Nanospikes

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    Hey, NOTHING is better than screw shoes! ;) ...

    Hey, NOTHING is better than screw shoes! ;)

    For most winter running on moderately icy trails I have been using Ice Bugs for about 3 years, a winter running shoe with carbide tips molded into the...
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    It's always struck me as a bit odd the way this...

    It's always struck me as a bit odd the way this board responds to the latest mountain death, as if it should somehow "change everything", and then morphs into these misguided attacks on trail runners...
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    Crikey

    Nice straw man! Can you point me to where I have ever made the statement that "trail runners are inherently superior to other outdoor enthusiasts and have no need to carry emergency gear in winter"?...
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    Perhaps they just ran up and down Valley Way? ...

    Perhaps they just ran up and down Valley Way?

    Only The Shadow knows...
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    Google Earth Pro now free

    What was $400 is now free. Pretty cool!

    Info Here
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    Matthews Arm is amazing for bears. I saw 7 or 8...

    Matthews Arm is amazing for bears. I saw 7 or 8 on a two hour hike, more than I have ever seen elsewhere.
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    Yes. It's good for the soul.

    Yes. It's good for the soul.
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    "A massive, deep footprint (semi-posthole?)...

    "A massive, deep footprint (semi-posthole?) created by a snowshoe, in my opinion, does not pose the same safety risk as a well hidden, icy footprint that is over a foot deep."

    Yes, it can actually...
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    If the Nanospikes use similar carbides and...

    If the Nanospikes use similar carbides and bonding techniques that are used in other studded running shoes like the Icebug, it's probably a pretty durable setup. The Icebug studs will last many...
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