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April 2, 2017

February and March have been pretty crazy in the Cascade Range- a seemingly never-ending series of big storms have deposited a lot of snow, high winds, and have, overall, made getting after it more difficult for us weekend warriors. In other words, we've spent a lot of time skiing at the resort and practicing crevasse-rescue and glacier-travel in our living room.

August 21, 2016

Corie: I felt absolutely destroyed after we finished this adventure and I’m pretty sure I drank 4 liters of water before I peed. The gist of the adventure was linking 2 of the Cascades on foot: the crumbly Three Fingered Jack with the slightly-more-solid Mount Washington. When we originally mapped it, it looked like we would be covering 20ish miles and gaining around 7000′ during the day. The Monday before we left, we checked...

October 5, 2014

Corie: Mt Washington holds a series of titles for me. First of all, it is in the books as Mountain #3 of the Mountain A Month project.  Secondly, it is in the first mountain that I have run, and probably the mountain that will be to blame for all of my future attempts to wrangle my friends into running up and down mountains.  And thirdly, it was my first experience with technical rock climbing in an alpine environment.  Wholly...

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