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Catskill Ice Festival 2015

Catskill Ice Festival 2015

January 28th, 2015

The 17th Annual Catskill Ice Festival
January 30, 31, February 1, 2, 2015

This year again they will have multiple clinics on all the skills and techniques you need to get out on ice – from basic[…]


Sometimes the Leader Does Fall

Sometimes the Leader Does Fall

January 22nd, 2015

A Look Into the Experiences of Ice Climbers Who Have Fallen on Ice Screws
by Kel Rossiter / Adventure Spirit 

 

 
INTRODUCTION
Last winter a climber with Adventure Spirit Rock+I[…]


Smuggler’s Notch Ice Bash 2015

Smuggler’s Notch Ice Bash 2015

January 21st, 2015

This Weekend!
Join NEice at the fastest growing Ice Festival in the Northeast! We will be at the notch road gate Jeffersonville side, dishing out hot soup and flying the drones. Hope to see you there[…]


The Monster at Lake Champlain

The Monster at Lake Champlain

January 19th, 2015

evin Mahoney and Alden Pellett having fun escaping from “The Monster” during a midday break from their gear demo responsibilities at The 19 annual Adirondack Mountainfest.

* Click photos to enlarge[…]


Adirondack International Mountainfest 2015

Adirondack International Mountainfest 2015

January 14th, 2015

The 19th annual Adirondack International Mountainfest
January 16, 17 and 18, 2015.
Mountainfest is an annual celebration of ice climbing and mountaineering, featuring guest athletes who entertain […]


Frankensteins South Face

Frankensteins South Face

January 12th, 2015

onditions are everything in ice climbing and they happened this past week on the South Face of Frankenstein Cliff. This extended cold spell and cloudy skies have brought in some great ice climbing on […]


Back to Business, Round Two!

Back to Business, Round Two!

January 8th, 2015

ell things are shaping up, again. It has been two weeks since the major melt down and the ice climbs are forming and there is plenty of great climbing.  We now have more ice to climb than before t[…]


Before the Thaw

Before the Thaw

December 31st, 2014

By Matt Ritter

rom the exposed ledges of the Whitney Gilman Ridge it would call to me. I’d snap seemingly random photographs and stare distractedly. I’d remind myself that as a guide I should[…]


Poke-O Access

Poke-O Access

December 20th, 2014

Please respect the owners property rights and don’t trespass. Use the standard trails from the campground to access the cliff. Please see the information below and tell all your climbing friends. Than[…]


Renormalized at “The Lake”

Renormalized at “The Lake”

December 15th, 2014

Ah! The conditions are getting better and I am back to my normal state, once again, at “The Lake”.

 

Below are a few condition photos from our trip to Lake Willoughby VT on Saturday Dec[…]


Rites of Passage

Rites of Passage

December 11th, 2014

“So far this is type three fun,” Matt comments.

The first two pitches have been miserable. The ice is fine, or at least good enough, but the wind and low temperatures are BRUTAL. Up to this point, […]


Get Out and Get Some!

Get Out and Get Some!

December 10th, 2014

It’s the Start of December
The time when the sun begins to rise, it’s nearly set.  The nights are long and cold and the days are short and cold.  It’s the best time to catch the mountain gullies with[…]


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