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This picture was taken on the way up Glacier Peak. If you stare into the picture long enough you will feel like you are soaring above the clouds – just like you are climbing. Of course, if you stare into the picture that long you probably should be doing something else.
• Check out my page on Adventure Skate Skiing. Then try it. You'll never be the same.
Stories and pictures from rambling and climbing in the Cascade Mountains. I post as "Roald". Also, the "UW Medical Center" trip report explains why the number of reports have decreased these past couple of years.
• 2012 trip reports
Bonanza Peak, July 13, 2012 (pics taken by Eric, but no trip report)
• 2011 trip reports
• 2010 trip reports
UW Medical Center - a very important trip indeed
• 2009 trip reports
Heat exhaustion on Luahna - a bushwhacking allegory
Pasayten rambling - the "A" Team gets Lost
Second annual ski to Trinity - distance inflation: maybe it's 46 miles, not 44!
• 2008 trip reports:
Sherpa and Argonaut Peaks - it's about the gear
Copper and Fernow Mountains - a story of ice cream
Ski to Trinity - both metaphor and 44 miles
Earl Peak ski - posted by skiing partner Randy (I am the one carrying the orange shovel)
Mt Dickerman snowshoe - posted by hiking partner Mark, with his cool video
• 2007 trip reports:
(In 2007, I saddled up to turning 50 with a little climbing project: Climb my 50th among Washington's Top 100 mountains. This meant climbing 27 Top 100 mountains in one summer. Here are some reports from that project.)
Snowfield Peak – a snowy start
Six Top 100 Peaks (plus Dumbell and Greenwood) in two days
Big Craggy and West Craggy – rambling in open country
Gardner and North Gardner Mountains – a blitz into a corner of the Cascades
Golden Horn and Tower Mountain – "territorial views..."
Cardinal/Emerald bike/hike – "Where's the bike?..."
Pasayten Peakbagging – trash talking all the way
Climbs, hikes, and mountain bike rides Older pictures of some outings in the Cascade and Olympic Mountains of Washington state.
Stories of gonzo (well, sort of) mountaineering.
Great links to interesting and important stuff
Jonathan M. Karpoff
Email -- jmkarpoff[at]gmail[dot]com
Web -- http://faculty.washington.edu/karpoff/personal/index.html
Updated: Summer 2010