Conditioning for Mountaineering and Alpine Climbing

Seminar: Conditioning for Mountaineering and Alpine Climbing

Conditioning for Mountaineering and Alpine Climbing - Bandera Mountain

After-work conditioner hike of Bandera

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  • Wed, Apr 25, 2018
  • Seattle Climbing
  • Climbing
  • Adults
  • Moderate/Strenuous
  • Challenging
  • Mileage: 8.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 3,700 ft

We're planning to meet at I-90,north side of exit 42 (Tinkham Rd) at 4:45pm. Optionally, you can meet us at the Mason Lake TH at 5:00pm (ish) and we'll connect with you as we hike through; please let me know if you choose this option.

We'll be joining an existing group that hikes every Wednesday evening. It's a fit group, and participants hike at our own pace and meetup at the top. We all hike down together. The pace ranges from hard to very hard, so I'd encourage you to pack light and/or bring a friend the first time you join one of these hikes.


Ira Spring & Putrid Pete's Peak Trails

Required Equipment

Required Equipment

You'll want to equipment for snow travel - gaiters, trekking poles, microspikes (if you have them). Ice axe is optional

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