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The Weekly UPdate!

The Weekly UPdate!

November 20th, 2014

From Cannon Cliff to Crawford Notch and Beyond
New Hampshire

It’s game on in the higher elevations this week!  Lines formed in Pinnacle Gully and other gullies in Huntington saw some action […]


Back to Business!

Back to Business!

November 12th, 2014

The Season is On!
Let’s take a look at the conditions and reports from this past weekend across the Northeast and go over what to expect for the coming weekend.
New Hampshire
In Tuckerman Ravine,[…]


More Power!

More Power!

November 10th, 2014

Meet WooKong 3.0
The Beast of the NEice Fleet – Built to meet the demands of flying, photographing and filming in the winter weather of the Northeast.

After two winters of  building, flying an[…]


Orange is the New Rack

Orange is the New Rack

November 6th, 2014

NEice Gear Review for 2014/2015
The cool gusts of Autumn are blowing in, scattering a kaleidoscope of leaves. The first snow flurries of a new season sift down through the mountain air.  Rock cli[…]


Chronicles of the Overly Motivated

Chronicles of the Overly Motivated

November 4th, 2014

By Courtney Ley
I’ve been inflicted by a disease.  It leaves my muscles constantly sore, my body screaming for sleep and my family and friends worried about my mental stability.   I become antsy and […]


TRAINING FOR THE NEW ALPINISM

TRAINING FOR THE NEW ALPINISM

October 21st, 2014

Book Review
by Don Mellor
October 2014

I just finished reading Training for the New Alpinism, and I’m feeling equal parts inspired, enlightened, and useless.

It’s a book that does just what it[…]


Baxter – Fall 2014

Baxter – Fall 2014

October 17th, 2014

Conditions Report!
October 12-14, 2014

Some years you find ice to climb in October, other years you are hiking in your underwear. The weather started out cold on our trip and we were hopeful, but […]


September rime ice!

September rime ice!

September 14th, 2014

It was an excellent day above tree line on Sunday.  Cool temps with a bluebird sky above and an undercast below.  Not to mention, evidence of the first overnight freeze of the season!

There’s nothi[…]


Will it to Be!

Will it to Be!

September 11th, 2014

September 10, 2014

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Vermont Native Will Mayo honing his skills for winter on”The Existensionalist”.

“Will Mayo has just redpointed what’s likely one of the hardest d[…]


Omega!

Omega!

April 17th, 2014

Franconia Notch NH

What happens when you get  a ton of rain over a snowpack, and than a cold front moves through…Omega in April…that’s what!  Here again it proves that you have to anticipate an[…]


An Alpine Meditation

An Alpine Meditation

March 3rd, 2014

By Gabriel Flanders
I awoke with tired legs from a long ski tour the day before.  It felt lovely to shuffle around a warm apartment , pour cup after cup of coffee and relax on the sofa with my girl. […]


Scottish Winter

Scottish Winter

February 18th, 2014

Arch Enemy – Scottish V,5… it should be pretty moderate with good gear. 2 hours, 150 feet, one stopper, one shitty spectre at 80 feet threatening to torque out of the crack if it takes a fall, and a[…]


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