Mt. Baker, Washington
Oxbow Park, Seattle
Skis, wetsuits, surfboards, and a camper
Im going to do Rainier this summer. Ive done a few mountains in Canada and Kili, but wore rental boots...blisters galore. So I want to find a good boot to do Rainier. Any suggestions?EvanDenver, CO
An American imprisoned for the murder of his ex-girlfriend in a Nicaraguan surf town finally clears the airsort of.
Love Acadia, the Tetons, and the Grand Canyon? Wait until you meet their crazy little cousins.
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Hello, I'm looking to make a winter ascent of Mount Rainier. I need an altimeter. I'm not sure if I should get an altimeter watch (like the Casio Pathfinder) or a GPS (Garmin Oregon 400T, Oregon 300, or Dakota 20). I don't have to worry about the battery problem with the watch. Then again, it's nice to have a GPS, but they only get 14 hours of battery life. The Dakota gets 20. In sub-zero temps, I would need to carry everything in my pockets. Any ideas? Brett Highland Lakes, NJ
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