Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Mount Huntington Complete South Ridge + Tragedy on Mazeno Ridge + K2 Season Coverage + North Guard & Cross

Mount Huntington : Hellander and Roskelley climb complete South Ridge in Alaska - Planet Mtn
Climbers missing and presumed dead on Nanga Parbat's Mazeno Ridge - Alpinist Magazine
K2 2017 Season Coverege : Weather stalls peogress - by Alan Arnette on his blog
North Guard and Cross Mountain in the Sierras - Pictures by Calicokat on his blog


http://www.planetmountain.com/en/news/alpinism/mount-huntington-clint-helander-and-jess-roskelley-climb-complete-south-ridge-in-alaska.html    -- Mount Huntington : Clint Helander and Jess Roskelley climb complete South Ridge in Alaska



http://www.alpinist.com/doc/web17c/newswire-climbers-missing-on-nanga-parbat -- Climbers missing and presumed dead on Nanga Parbat's Mazeno Ridge
https://www.thebmc.co.uk/galvan-and-zerain-disappear-while-attempting-second-crossing-of-mazeno-ridge



http://www.alanarnette.com/blog/2017/07/05/k2-2017-season-coverage-weather-stalls-progress/  --  Alan Arnette    --  K2 Season Coverage : Weather stalls progress



https://calicokat.smugmug.com/Hiking/Sierra-Nevada/2017/North-Guard-Cross-Mtn-July-2013  --  Calicokat  --  California  --  North Guard and Cross Mountain (High Sierra)




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Calico Kat added 33 new photos to the album: Roads End To Sphinx Lakes — with Tina Fiori and 2 others.

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I was able to convince another three victims, I mean partners to come along for a weekend of fun in Kings Canyon National Park.

This time the objective as Mt. Brewer, North Guard and South Guard. We started from Roads End at 5,035' and backpacked through very challenging terrain to the Sphinx Lakes at 10,565'.

Crossing the Kings River was a highlight if you are into that sort of thing. Icy water, stepping on logs that move, swift water up to waist level, good times.

The trek to camp was on steep trail to the Sphinx Creek turnoff then cross country over talus, wet slabs, more icy water crossings and uneven footing. Just getting to camp was a physically draining affair.
We set up for a summit bid the following day. Deb and I took advantage of the long days and would bag a bonus peak......to be continued
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