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  Alpine Ascents Ranier: Beautiful Views from 10, 000ft


Thursday, September 6, 2012
3-day Rainier all at Muir

The Sept. 5-7 3-day climbers all reached Camp Muir yesterday and enjoyed beautiful views from 10,000 feet. This morning the team will work on crampon use, rope-team travel, and self-arrest practice before moving up to Ingraham Flats. The forecast calls for sunny skies and relatively mild winds on the upper mountain for the next few days, and we wish the team the best on their summit attempt!
Posted by alpineascents at 8:40 AM Wednesday, September 5, 2012
13-day course checks in

The August 25-Sept.6th 13-day course folks are having a great time and enjoying beautiful late-summer weather. Michael Horst called to check in yesterday, and said that they have been 100% successful on everything they've attempted to climb, including Mt. Shuksan during the early part of the course, as well as Cutthroat Peak, Liberty Bell, and the South Early Winter Spire. The group is now spending the remaining days back in the North Cascades, with a plan to attempt Sahale Peak via the Sahale Arm. Best of luck to the team on their final objective of the course!
Posted by alpineascents at 11:15 AM Summit!

Sept 5
We had a great summit day yesterday!!
Incredible sunset from 14410 feet. Everyone doing good and headed to the car park after fuelin' up on coffee at camp Muir.

 

Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Hey y'all!

Everyone doing good up here at Muir. Stellar late season conditions. Planning an afternoon summit today!

 

Friday, August 31, 2012
Power Breakfast

Eat well to climb well. Guides Nick, Sam, and Dylan prepare a feast of bacon, eggs, and blueberry pancakes to power the team through snow school and up to high camp. The weather is terrific and we are excited to move up the mountain. -Eitan

 

Aug. 28-30 3-day Climb

The 3-day team had surprisingly fantastic weather, unlike what the weather forecast predicted! The team enjoyed great views during the training day at Camp Muir before moving up to Ingraham Flats. Three climbers made the summit, with lighter winds than expected at the top. All are safely down and headed back to Seattle.
 

August 26-28 Rainier Team

The team has successfully moved to high camp with everyone feeling strong and is currently resting up for a summit bid early tomorrow morning. High winds are forecasted, but right now, we're enjoying sunny skies and only a light breeze. We'll see what tomorrow brings!

August 26 Rainier Trip at CampMuir

All our group arrived and had a great burrito meal! Thank you Dylan. We witnessed a beautiful lenticular cloud as we hiked up which dissipated as we got up to Camp Muir. It's still a bit breezy up here, but we are looking forward the move to The Flats, our high camp.

 

Wednesday, August 22, 2012
6-day course enjoying Mt. Shuksan

Eitan Green called in to say he and Matt Nightengale are having a great time with the group on the Aug. 19-24 6-day course. They are up on Mt. Shuksan practicing crampon technique, movement on a rope team on glaciated terrain, crevasse rescue, knots, and other skills that will enable them to safely attempt Mt. Shuksan before the end of the course.
 

 Aug. 20-22 3DM Summits!

Dave Heinbach just checked in after a successful summit climb on the Disappointment Cleaver route. He says they had a fun wind event at high camp last night, but things calmed down and they were able to climb in fairly calm conditions. The team is heading out and will be back in Seattle this evening.
 

August 18-20 Muir

Three teams topped out on the summit of Mt. Rainier early this morning. Light wind, cooler temps and a beautiful sunrise met the climbers.

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