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The Little Expedition That Could: Climbing Untouched NH Ice

Jon Garlough, Elliot Gaddy and Michael Wejchert go camping for a few days and climb a few new routes near The Captain.

Jon Garlough was a Chino. In fact, far as we could tell, Garlough was the Last of the Chinos; a dying breed of mountain men hell-bent on climbing every scrap of available granite hitherto untouched in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. He first told me about some new ice lines out near the Captain during the dog days of summer, when cold, clean snow seemed wonderful.

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Photo Credit: Jon Garlough at home leading a new route / Photo: Michael Wejchert
Source: Michael Wejchert / far north
Submitted by:  Courtney Ley /


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