Conditioning for Mountaineering and Alpine Climbing

Seminar: Conditioning for Mountaineering and Alpine Climbing

Conditioning for Mountaineering and Alpine Climbing - Bandera Mountain

Conditioning for Mountaineering and Alpine Climbing

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  • Wed, Apr 26, 2017
  • Seattle Climbing
  • Climbing
  • Adults
  • Strenuous
  • Challenging
  • Mileage: 8.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 3,000 ft

Mercer Island P&R at 4:15. Please contact me if you plan to carpool. Or just meet at the TH and be ready to hike by 5:00pm. The TH may still be closed. If that's the case, I'll send out an update changing the TH to the Winter TH for Bandera

This hike is for climbers, scramblers and hikers who want to improve or maintain their physical fitness. Pace is fast to very fast with few breaks and we go in almost any weather. We'll be joining a regular meet-up that hikes up local summits every other Wednesday. It's a fun, social group so you'll meet others. People go at their own pace for the ascent, and then we all hike down together. I always recommend that people bring a friend with a similar pace.

Route/Place

Bandera Mountain


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

10+ essentials plus extra weight if you're trying to really work yourself. I'll sometimes pack 1 or 2 extra gallons of water which I can dump on the summit (to spare my knees on the descent).

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