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THE SLACKER’S GUIDE TO PACKING FOR ICE CLIMBING

Some great tips from Bayard Russell

- Outdoor Research

What’s in an ice climber’s bag should change on a day-to-day basis, depending on the temperature, terrain and conditions. That said, I’m not that into jogging. So instead, I just go ahead and pack a heavy bag with a good rack, a few pins, some hooks, slings and a couple of half ropes in December, and they stay there until March.

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Photo Credit: Daedalus – Photo: Bayard Russell
Source: Facebook / www.outdoorresearch.com
Submitted by:  Doug Millen /  Neice.com


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