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CT Ice Conditions: “The Best Revenge is a Massive Success” Sinatra

Some said it was out and that I was wasting my time. I did replace all the rappel anchors on Dexters.  I climbed everything, but I wouldn’t recommend it.  It’s pretty sporty.

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Preseason Ice Preparations and Stoke!

It seems very early for ice climbing, but it’s here, so lets get ready.  Here are a few things you might consider doing before you grab your stuff and head out. 1.  Get in shape.  Hang on those tools, go … Continue reading

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Arctic Osccilation Strikes Back!

It’s as if we are the Rebel Alliance in Star Wars with the weather being the Gallactic Empire under the Emperor’s control.  It seems that the local skiing still remains terrible, and the ice climbing good!  The wild temperature swings … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Alpine

Matt came over from Saratoga Springs to climb Pinnacle Gully on Mount Washington.  The weather had forcast about 1-3 inches of snow during the day previous. I was at Frankenstien during this snow event and by the time I had … Continue reading

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Chutes and Ladders

Roberto and I headed off to Canaan Mountain yesterday.  Robert came over from the Cape for his first day of ice climbing this season.  Although there is ice to climb, things seem to be more dry than in years previous. … Continue reading

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