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Between the Hammer and the Anvil

Years ago there was a photo of Rob Frost under the first roof at the crux published in a climbing magazine.  I have met Rob, and he’s a monster when it comes to climbing.  The photo makes the route look … Continue reading

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Roger’s Rangers- The Battle on Snowshoes

Each year, Casi and her crew of BIC SUPpers go on a paddle and climb adventure.  So far, we’ve been doing a Connecticut River expedition. Casi paddles a bazillion miles on SUP boards to meet me.  We go climbing over … Continue reading

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Favorite Things

This last week, I guided YMC route twice, and climbed it three times over 4 days.  It’s so good. Central Connecticut’s Ragged Mountain’s YMC Route is rated 5.9.  It is about 90 feet tall. Here are three photos of Laurie … Continue reading

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Whitney-Gilman Ridge

Dave and I had an awesome day linking the Whitney-Gilman Ridge and the Eaglet Spire last week. Not a bad way to spend a day in exposed places.

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Repost from JHMG

I recently wrote a blog for Jackson Hole Mountain Guides. It was all spurred by a conversation I had with an upcoming guest about a Grand Teton Ascent.  For months prior to a climb with us at Jackson Hole Mountain … Continue reading

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