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Our intern Ben captured this picture of the sunset this evening! Snow will be returning to the White Mountain region tomorrow with accumulating snow at all elevations! To check out the forecast for the summits, head to mountwashington.org/forecast! ... See MoreSee Less

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John Blackwellnice shot! can you all see Mercury low in the SW, along with Venus, Mars and the moon?

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Alexis CanadaBeautiful. I wish we could have some snow.

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Bob RobertsonToo cold out. Send the intern.

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Ricci LaCentraWow, what a shot!

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Sharon SievertWhat a beautiful picture

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Cheryl RockenstyreBeautiful!!!!!

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Darlene MahoneyNice picture. Thanks

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Mark CarusilloPure beauty

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Roger Lawson Jr.Very cool!

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Jo Jo Howe TodiscoJust beautiful!

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Pat Jeffreypeaceful....

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Helen HawleyBeautiful!

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This week as part of the #alpinistcommunityproject we're sharing work from David Crane, who alternates between Park City, Utah, and Glacier View, Alaska. He writes: “In the summer of 2015, I quit my job and pointed my truck north to Alaska. I visited old friends and was treated to my first ice climbing experience with MICA guides. They took me out to the Matanuska Glacier near Anchorage, and I instantly fell in love. Shortly after, I was offered a spot in the MICA family photographing ice climbers. I continue to return each summer to climb, photograph, and advance my skills, so that I may visit many more glaciers to experience and document as much of their beauty as possible. I keep a photo blog of each trip, the "Cryosphere Chronicles” (cryophotos.com) which you can also find on my website, dcranephoto.com. I do this because I want to share the beauty and importance of glaciers with everyone on Earth. Climate change is no longer a scientific debate—glaciers are melting, and quickly. I’ve witnessed drastic melting in only two short years, and if we don’t all make changes very soon, they will be gone forever.”

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"Phillip Rounsaville chimneys his way out of a narrow crevasse on the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska." Phil and many of the other ice climbing guides at MICA often spend their one day off each week doing what they do every other day. This time, we ventured about two miles up the glacier to find some big features, including this 15- to 20-meter-deep crevasse. [Photo] David Crane @dcranephoto @micaguides ... See MoreSee Less

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Thomas SheppardGood starting point for many adventures

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Rich BriggsI need to get out on the ice

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John LinksThat would be a rush!!!

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Sharon Christina MatthewSimply amazing

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Alberto de RosaAndrea Mosca, te la dedico😀

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Domingo BuenoQue bonito es pasarlo mal algunas veces la adrenalina se pone a tope

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Bruno GallianoGrandeéeeè 👍

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Karl SlingerlandI love climbing matanuska glacier!

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Angel Luis Santos AlvaradoManda🍳🍳🍳🍳

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Juanito AlimañaLas grietas son hermosas, siempre y cuando no formes parte de ellas.

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This weekend is our annual Winter Guide Training weekend so several of the Petra Cliffs ice and winter guides were out brushing up on their skills for the upcoming Winter. Todays objective...learning and working on short-rope and short-pitch skills on NH's classic, Shoestring Gully. Contact us at [email protected] with help planning your next climbing adventure or objective!

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Stop by The Brew Castle before the Mountaineer Keene Valley Backcountry Film Festival at Keene Arts. We've got 5 awesome NYS craft beers on tap Paradox Brewery Peekskill Brewery Sloop Brewing Co. Abandon Brewing Company LIC Beer Project. Fill up a growler or baller (16 oz ball jar). We're also offering $10 Mix-a-Six in celebration of our 1st year in business. Woo-hoo! ... See MoreSee Less

Winter is coming! Are you coming to the Backcountry Film Festival?!?! Dec 3rd at The Keene Arts Center. 5-8PM BYOB and don't skimp!

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New England Climbers! Janelle and I are excited to share a multimedia presentation at the 2017 #SmuggsIceBash at @petracliffs in Vermont Jan 20-22. We will also be teaching clinics that weekend. You can sign up online. Link in bio. Get your #kickinnpickin on, East Coast style.
Photo is from the archives. I like how the melting snow on the lens gives this image a surreal feeling. I was making my way up the rarely climbed final pitch of the Wishbone Arete on Mt Robson. No pro, bad ice, mandatory simal-climbing with three, #horrorshow. Don't need to lead that pitch ever again! photo: #reinerthoni #lifeexperiencedeposit #fiftyclassics #mtrobson #canadaice #alpineclimbing
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Bad and Good news for Ice Climbers

Mount Washington Observatory - Observer Comments
14:02 THU NOV 17, 2016

A 50-Degree Swing!

"Fall 2016 continues to be a chaotic one in New England, and another abrupt change is on the way—perhaps one of the most extreme of the season yet!"....

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