We've gone from powder skiing posts to spring training posts. It's been a busy ski season and we've been a bit lame on our blog postings. As the WSDOT plowing looms it's time to turn our sights towards spring skiing, climbing and mountaineering. We just sent out a newsletter with lots of training tips. If you'd like to recieve this in your inbox send us a note and we will add you! We send these out monthly and always try to include a tip or gear review. Here's the intro to this month's newsletter.
It is deep out there right now and the snow keeps falling. Don't miss it!
Thanks for the photo Bill Devlin: facebook.com/billdpix
Jean and Cassandra on vacation in the Bugaboos. This was one of a few climbs that were enjoyed while climbing for a week in Canada.
Josh climbing on the South Arete of South Early Winter Spire, a great easy alpine climb with spectacular views, fun alpine climbing and great exposure.
Last week North Cascade Mountain Guides had 3 parties on the West Ridge of Forbidden peak in 2 days. Here Sid finds a stance to bring Steve and John up.
Enjoying the view from the top of the Becky Route in Washington Pass. The Becky Route offers fun climbing on a historical route that was first climbed 70 years ago!
Two spots have just open up for our only climb of Mt. Rainier this year. You will be climbing the Disappointment Cleaver with guides Jeff Ward and Josh Cole from July 18-21. Get them while there hot!
Werner S out on another Beautiful day in Washington pass. The North Face is the easiest route up Burgundy Spire, which has bean called one of the most challenging mountains in all of the state.