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whites too far for me
I have to work later than I wanted for the last weekend in Feb, so the whites are going to be a little far for me. I could do the adk mtns though. I was just up on cascade and porter this weekend. ...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » New England-area GTG #3: It's in the Negatives No Matter What Temperature Scale (as long as its Centigrade or Fahrenheit...)
February 13, 10:27am

Re: Re: Feb and March?
I did mean franconia ridge, yes. I was there on saturday. Drove up friday night, got there late. Sat was a beautiful day, with warm temps and sun. There was new snow on the trail, but not more than...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » New England-area GTG #3: It's in the Negatives No Matter What Temperature Scale (as long as its Centigrade or Fahrenheit...)
February 02, 10:11am

Feb and March?
Maybe we can split this into two trips, feb and march? Thoughts? I'm thinking maybe we do one trip where we can use our ice axes and crampons, and another where they won't be necesary? Pers...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » New England-area GTG #3: It's in the Negatives No Matter What Temperature Scale (as long as its Centigrade or Fahrenheit...)
February 02, 8:41am

Awesome!
"It is my hope that this ongoing research into the storm resistance of ultralight shelters contributes a meaningful body of data, observations, conclusions, and knowledge that will help us exp...

In Editor's Roundtable » Storm Resistance of Ultralight Shelters: Part 1, Introduction
February 01, 10:11am

Feb 25th/26th?
Hey sounds good to me, I'm free that weekend. I assume you meant that sat/sun the 25th/26th? I like the idea of the adirondack high peaks because its closer. I was just up in the whites this we...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » New England-area GTG #3: It's in the Negatives No Matter What Temperature Scale (as long as its Centigrade or Fahrenheit...)
January 31, 7:52am

Great idea
I love this idea. It also makes me cringe. But inevitably technology is becoming a part of the outdoors. Why not make use of it? The signs look fantastic, I like your design. I don't think it w...

In GEAR » QR Codes + Trail Signs
January 30, 10:08am

REMOVED
no interest I guess, removed to sell on ebay. too heavy maybe? :)

In Gear Swap » FS: Asolo Fugitive GTX Boots
January 25, 9:09am

Wind
Down parkas are usually windproof, or at very least, wind resistant. Down sweaters are another story. But again, I don't use down as a mid layer. When winter comes around the only down I've...

In GEAR » Shell layer for over down layer for big and tall?
January 24, 10:48am

What Mike Said
Not sure if you mean to point out that Mike said its warmer to have the shell on top, or when mike said to use a thinner layer. I would agree that if you want to layer down underneath, you should u...

In GEAR » Shell layer for over down layer for big and tall?
January 24, 10:36am

Why put the shell over the down layer?
Maybe I'm missing something here, but why would you want to put your shell over the down layer? I've never encountered conditions where it was so cold that I needed down, and yet it was so ...

In GEAR » Shell layer for over down layer for big and tall?
January 24, 9:40am

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