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April 1, 2010
It looks as if we're in for a great series of days right through Sunday afternoon, and with one possible exception straight into next week. There are no bugs to speak of, you can almost see the moisture being wicked off the cliffs and the roads are already dry. Plan your weekend such that you can be outside and enjoy yourselves as much as possible. Heck, it doesn't get a whole lot better than this.
Oh yeah - couple of asides:
1) Sunday is Easter so I hope that all of you enjoy the day in whatever form is appropriate to you.
2) I would avoid the Ethereal Buttress area until the blocks directly above it are trundled. When you see all the trees down in that area you'll understand what I mean!
Enjoy your spring...
Up on one of the Mount Washington Valley's finest crags and want to know what that climb you're looking at is? Or maybe you're on your way up from Boston and want to check out the Ice Report for your upcoming weekend plans. Or more likely, you're at work just want to daydream about your next adventure. Well if you have a smart phone handy, you can get to NEClimbs from anywhere you have cell service. While it doesn't offer every single feature of the site and it's not an "app", in mobile form, it does do a whole lot and is very useful. Here is the live link to the mobile version of NEClimbs:
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The White Mountain Report
North Conway, New Hampshire
|Many have questioned the quality of this sort of achievement, deploring the use of pitons, tension traverses and expansion bolts, but the record speaks for itself. This is a technical age and climbers will continue in the future to look for new routes. There is nothing more satisfying than being a pioneer.|
|Allen Steck, justifying the 1st ascent of Sentinel's north face|