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Author Topic: Climbing in Antarctica  (Read 102 times)

whiteout

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Climbing in Antarctica
« on: December 18, 2004, 05:26:21 AM »

Just returned. Did not want to come back  :'(. If money was not an issue I would be on the next trip back down in a few weeks. Gorgeous peaks, amazing rock, ice climb on iceberg, in crevasses, fantastic traverses possible. Glaciers and mountains everywhere. Would like to get a small expedition to head down and have fun climbing and ice climbing, but it is the logistics of getting dropped off and picked up that are the tough ones logistically and financially. PM me if interest for 2005, 2006, or 2007. I am hoping to do 3 to 4 weeks of climbing in Antarctica next year if anyone is heading down then, stay in touch.

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