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New Route on Stetind S. Pillar – Norway + Update on K6 Expedition – C1 + Legendary Ang Rita Sherpa Passes Away

Robert Jasper opens a new route on the South Pillar of Stetind in Norway – Montagna.tv (English)
Update on K6 Expedition in Pakistan by Carlos Garranzo on Facebook.com – Camp 1
Ang Rita Sherpa Nepal's legendary Everest Mountaineer passes away – PlanetMountain
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https://www.montagna.tv/167525/robert-jasper-apre-una-nuova-via-sul-pilastro-sud-dello-stetind/ — Robert Jasper opens a new route on the South Pillar of Stetind in Norway — Robert Jasper opens a new route on the South Pillar of Stetind in Norway.

https://www.facebook.com/alpinistagarranzo/ — Update on K6 Expedition
Climbers Colin Haley, Jeff and Priti Wright started their attempt at K6 (7282 m). They set up Camp 1 at 5800 meters

https://www.planetmountain.com/en/news/alpinism/ang-rita-sherpa-legendary-everest-mountaineer-passes-away.html — Ang Rita Sherpa – Nepal's legendary Everest Mountaineer passes..

Robert Jasper opens a new route on the South Pillar of Stetind in Norway – Montagna.tv (English)

Update on K6 Expedition in Pakistan by Carlos Garranzo on Facebook.com – Camp 1

Ang Rita Sherpa Nepal's legendary Everest Mountaineer passes away – PlanetMountain

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https://www.montagna.tv/167525/robert-jasper-apre-una-nuova-via-sul-pilastro-sud-dello-stetind/ — Robert Jasper opens a new route on the South Pillar of Stetind in Norway — Robert Jasper opens a new route on the South Pillar of Stetind in Norway.

https://www.facebook.com/alpinistagarranzo/ — Update on K6 Expedition

Climbers Colin Haley, Jeff and Priti Wright started their attempt at K6 (7282 m). They set up Camp 1 at 5800 meters

https://www.planetmountain.com/en/news/alpinism/ang-rita-sherpa-legendary-everest-mountaineer-passes-away.html — Ang Rita Sherpa – Nepal's legendary Everest Mountaineer passes away.

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Cutthroat Wall 5.10 N Cascades WA + An 82 Day Adventure by Tamara Lunger on Italian Peaks + Greenland : First Ascents

Cutthroat Wall – One Piece at a Time 5.10 – N Cascades -WA -Trip report/ pictures -CascadeClimb
An 82 day adventure – Tamara Lunger talks about her tour of the Italian Peaks – Montagna.tv (Eng)
Greenland : Another Evacuation, and Some First Ascents – from Explorersweb.com
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https://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/topic/103679-tr-cutthroat-wall-one-piece-at-a-time-510d-09202020/ — Cutthroat Wall – One Piece at a Time 5.10 – N Cascades – WA — Trip report with pictures.

https://www.montagna.tv/167487/unavventura-lunga-82-giorni-tamara-lunger-racconta-il-suo-tour-delle-vette-italiane/ — An 82 day adventure. Tamara Lunger talks about her tour of the Italian Peaks.

https://explorersweb.com/2020/09/22/greenland-another-evacuation-and-some-first-ascents/ — Greenland : Another Evacuation and some First Ascents.

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Cutthroat Wall – One Piece at a Time 5.10 – N Cascades -WA -Trip report/ pictures -CascadeClimb

An 82 day adventure – Tamara Lunger talks about her tour of the Italian Peaks – Montagna.tv (Eng)

Greenland : Another Evacuation, and Some First Ascents – from Explorersweb.com

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https://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/topic/103679-tr-cutthroat-wall-one-piece-at-a-time-510d-09202020/ — Cutthroat Wall – One Piece at a Time 5.10 – N Cascades – WA — Trip report with pictures.

https://www.montagna.tv/167487/unavventura-lunga-82-giorni-tamara-lunger-racconta-il-suo-tour-delle-vette-italiane/ — An 82 day adventure. Tamara Lunger talks about her tour of the Italian Peaks.

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Cima Ovest di Lavaredo West Summit Freed + From Soso to Hell and Back – CO + Matterhorn – Via Per Nio – S. Face

West summit of Cima Ovest di Lavaredo – ” Space Vertigo ” – Dolomites – IT – Montagna.tv – Eng
From Soso to Hell and Back – Colorado – Trip report with pictures from Seano – Dr Dirtbag
Matterhorn – Via Per Nio – S. Face – From PlanetMountain.com – by an Italian team
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https://www.montagna.tv/167391/cima-ovest-lavaredo-bau-migliorini-e-tondini-liberano-space-vertigo/ — West Summit of Cima Ovest di Lavaredo. Bau, Migliorini and Tondini free “Space Vertigo” (Italy)

http://www.drdirtbag.com/2020/09/22/from-soso-to-hell-and-back/ — From Soso to Hell and back – Colorado – Seano — Trip report with pictures.

https://www.planetmountain.com/it/notizie/alpinismo/cervino-via-per-nio-ripetuta-michele-cazzanelli-jerome-perruquet-stefano-stradelli.html — Matterhorn S. Face Via Per Nio

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West summit of Cima Ovest di Lavaredo – " Space Vertigo " – Dolomites – IT – Montagna.tv – Eng

From Soso to Hell and Back – Colorado – Trip report with pictures from Seano – Dr Dirtbag

Matterhorn – Via Per Nio – S. Face – From PlanetMountain.com – by an Italian team

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https://www.montagna.tv/167391/cima-ovest-lavaredo-bau-migliorini-e-tondini-liberano-space-vertigo/ — West Summit of Cima Ovest di Lavaredo. Bau, Migliorini and Tondini free "Space Vertigo" (Italy)



http://www.drdirtbag.com/2020/09/22/from-soso-to-hell-and-back/ — From Soso to Hell and back – Colorado – Seano — Trip report with pictures.



https://www.planetmountain.com/it/notizie/alpinismo/cervino-via-per-nio-ripetuta-michele-cazzanelli-jerome-perruquet-stefano-stradelli.html — Matterhorn S. Face Via Per Nio

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Echoes of Summer

I collapsed in a heap at the shores of Echo Lake. How had a simple eight mile hike taken so much out of me? True, the last three miles are straight up, gaining 2300 feet in what the guidebook calls optimistically a “steep, eroded trail”, but it had taken me two hours to gain those three miles. Was I finally getting slower? Was age finally catching up?
I couldn't deny that the hike was worth it. I've only been up here a handful of times, mostly because I have to wait long enough for the three miserable miles to recede into memory. This lake is only snow free for about two months, and sure enough some snow still hung on from last winter, and probably the winter before that. It feels like a long way from anywhere.

Motivation has been a little hard to come by these days. Not to get out in the wilderness, but for exercise in general. I've never lacked it, so it's puzzling why I don't feel like running or riding my bike. And today motivation failed me as well. My in..

I collapsed in a heap at the shores of Echo Lake. How had a simple eight mile hike taken so much out of me? True, the last three miles are straight up, gaining 2300 feet in what the guidebook calls optimistically a "steep, eroded trail", but it had taken me two hours to gain those three miles. Was I finally getting slower? Was age finally catching up?

I couldn't deny that the hike was worth it. I've only been up here a handful of times, mostly because I have to wait long enough for the three miserable miles to recede into memory. This lake is only snow free for about two months, and sure enough some snow still hung on from last winter, and probably the winter before that. It feels like a long way from anywhere.

Motivation has been a little hard to come by these days. Not to get out in the wilderness, but for exercise in general. I've never lacked it, so it's puzzling why I don't feel like running or riding my bike. And today motivation failed me as well. My intent had been to set up a camp and climb the goat trail to Billy Jones Lake, and then pick a cross country route to the fabled Granite Lake, a place to where only three people I know of have been (and one is gone from us, I miss you, Ken). But because of my slothful pace, it was almost two pm. With the sun setting at seven, I knew that it would not be smart to embark on an unknown route this late. It was likely I could do it, but I didn't want to race the darkness. Granite Lake would have to wait for another year.

Ruby views the Matterhorn.

As I set up camp, I thought about how lucky I was this year. Unlike last year, when a huge snow dump closed the mountains to hiking in September, we've had mild weather through the month. A determined wind reminded me that winter is on the way, though. This year, I have been dreading it. Though it is a #firstworldproblem, I most likely don't have my mid-winter escape to the Grand Canyon, or a spring Arizona Trail hike, to look forward to. The months ahead look a little bleak. This wouldn't be so if we got good, consistent snow, but with climate change, we get cold and ice for months before a good base sets in. Those are the months where I will sit and wonder why I didn't go for Granite Lake.

Another perfect campsite

But, you have to save things for another year. Instead, I lay on a big flat rock reading a predictable romantic comedy (I can't really read serious things right now). The sun was almost warm enough to pretend it was the beginning of summer, warm golden months to come.

Ice in Granite Meadow

But I'll get through winter, I always do. Without a winter escape, I'll have to come up with something else. I already sort of feel like writing again, which I haven't during Covid times.

Gaining the trailhead the next morning, I realized that I had been wrong. Because the unmaintained trail has swerved over time to bypass downed trees, it is actually longer. A mile longer! So my pace wasn't as dreadful as I had imagined. Irrationally happy about that, I bounded to my car, leaving the mountains until next time.

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5 Year Old Twins Summit Shasta – Record + Knife Point, Leviathon, Vallucito – CO ( T/R) + American Alpine Journal – Facebook

5 Year old Twins break record for becoming the youngest to summit Mt Shasta – SnowBrains.com
Knife Point, Leviathan, Vellucito – Colorado — Seano — Trip report with pictures from Seano.
American Alpine Journal – Facebook
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https://snowbrains.com/5-year-old-twins-break-record-for-becoming-the-youngest-to-summit-mount-shasta/ – CA — 5 Year old twins break record for becoming the youngest to summit Mt Shasta.

http://www.drdirtbag.com/2020/09/21/knife-point-leviathan-vallecito/ — Knife Point, Leviathan, Vallecito Colorado — Seano — Trip report with pictures.

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American Alpine Journal – Facebook

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https://snowbrains.com/5-year-old-twins-break-record-for-becoming-the-youngest-to-summit-mount-shasta/ – CA — 5 Year old twins break record for becoming the youngest to summit Mt Shasta.


http://www.drdirtbag.com/2020/09/21/knife-point-leviathan-vallecito/ — Knife Point, Leviathan, Vallecito Colorado — Seano — Trip report with pictures.



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5 Year old Twins break record for becoming the youngest to summit Mt Shasta – SnowBrains.com
Knife Point, Leviathan, Vellucito – Colorado — Seano — Trip report with pictures from Seano.

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https://snowbrains.com/5-year-old-twins-break-record-for-becoming-the-youngest-to-summit-mount-shasta/ – CA — 5 Year old twins break record for becoming the youngest to summit Mt Shasta.

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Knife Point, Leviathan, Vellucito – Colorado — Seano — Trip report with pictures from Seano.

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Bow Range Alpine Solos in Canada by Harrington + King’s Peak – Utah Fatality + Weekend of Rescues by Alpine Rescue – Italy

Brette Harrington adds to list of Bow Range Alpine solos in Canada – from Gripped Magazine
Hiker fell 1000 ft to his death from Utah's highest mountain King's Peak – from SnowBrains.com
From Sussolunga to Sibillini, weekend of delicate rescues for the Alpine Rescue in Italy
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https://gripped.com/news/brette-harrington-adds-to-list-of-bow-range-alpine-solos/ — Brette Harrington adds to the list of Bow Range Alpine solos (Canada).

https://snowbrains.com/kings-peak-hiker-fell-1000-feet-death/ — Hiker fell 1000 ft to his death from Kings Peak, Utah's highest mountain.

https://www.montagna.tv/167360/dal-sassolungo-ai-sibillini-weekend-di-interventi-delicati-per-il-soccorso-alpino/ — From Sassolunga to Sibillini, weekend of delicate rescues for the Alpine Rescue.

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Hiker fell 1000 ft to his death from Utah's highest mountain King's Peak – from SnowBrains.com

From Sussolunga to Sibillini, weekend of delicate rescues for the Alpine Rescue in Italy

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https://snowbrains.com/kings-peak-hiker-fell-1000-feet-death/ — Hiker fell 1000 ft to his death from Kings Peak, Utah's highest mountain.

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Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park: Warner Point Nature Trail (Blog Hike #821)

Trail: Warner Point Nature Trail
Hike Location: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
Geographic Location: east of Montrose, CO (38.56284, -107.74097)
Length: 1.7 miles
Difficulty: 4/10 (Moderate)
Last Hiked: July 2020
Overview: An out-and-back to Warner Point and its Black Canyon views.
Park Information: https://www.nps.gov/blca/index.htm
Hike Route Map: https://www.mappedometer.com/?maproute=825283
Summary Video: (coming October 16)
Photo Highlight:
Directions to the trailhead: From Montrose, take US 50 east 7.6 miles to SR 347 and turn left on SR 347. SR 347 dead-ends at the park in 5.2 miles. Enter the park, and follow the main park road to its end at the High Point parking lot, where the Warner Point Nature Trail begins.
The hike: For my introduction to Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, see the previous hike. This hike features the Warner Point Nature Trail, which is the longest of the numerous short nature trails on the canyon's south rim. While the view from Warner Point is not my favorite canyon view, there are no bad Black Canyon views, and the hike to Warner Point traverses a rolling narrow finger ridge with its own interesting sites.Trailhead at High Point
From the High Point parking lot at the end of South Rim Road, the Warner Point Nature Trail starts at a brown road sign that says, very precisely, “Warner Point Nature Trail 1373 Yards.” Numbered posts correspond to an interpretive guide that was available for purchase at the trailhead on my visit. The interpretive guide tells about the pinyon pines and juniper trees that grow along this trail, and it also tells about Mark Warner, the Montrose minister for whom this trail and point are named. I found the guide very informative and well worth the small investment.
View south off of Vernal Mesa
The Warner Point Nature Trail heads out a narrow finger ridge with Black Canyon views emerging on the right and views south off of Vernal Mesa appearing on the left. The trail descends moderately to reach the lowest point on this finger ridge just past 0.2 miles. The difference between the highest and lowest elevations on this hike is only about 160 vertical feet, but the significant amount of up and down makes this hike more challenging than you might expect for a ridgetop walk.
Hiking out the finger ridge
As you climb the next knob, you pass the knarled trunks of several fallen pinyon pine trees. The interpretive guide describes this hardy pine tree's unique features that allow it to live for hundreds of years in this harsh environment. Near 0.7 miles, the rugged and rocky Warner Route to the bottom of the canyon exits left. Stay right to keep heading to Warner Point.
View from Warner Point
Just past 0.8 miles, you reach the unprotected rocky outcrop that is Warner Point. The canyon is not as sheer here as it is a few miles upstream, but it still appears as a deep rocky crevasse. Also, some horizontal pink veins of pegmatite course through the dark gneiss rock here. The pegmatite gives this view shades of the canyon's famous Painted Wall, which is the tallest cliff in Colorado. The trail ends at Warner Point, so after taking in the view your only choice is to retrace your steps to the trailhead to complete the hike. My steps back to the trailhead were hurried by a moderate rain shower, an unusual event in western Colorado's semiarid environment.
View of Painted Wall from Cedar Point (not on this hike)

Trail: Warner Point Nature Trail
Hike Location: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
Geographic Location: east of Montrose, CO (38.56284, -107.74097)
Length: 1.7 miles
Difficulty: 4/10 (Moderate)
Last Hiked: July 2020
Overview: An out-and-back to Warner Point and its Black Canyon views.
Park Information: https://www.nps.gov/blca/index.htm
Hike Route Map: https://www.mappedometer.com/?maproute=825283
Summary Video: (coming October 16)
Photo Highlight:
Directions to the trailhead: From Montrose, take US 50 east 7.6 miles to SR 347 and turn left on SR 347. SR 347 dead-ends at the park in 5.2 miles. Enter the park, and follow the main park road to its end at the High Point parking lot, where the Warner Point Nature Trail begins.
The hike: For my introduction to Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, see the previous hike. This hike features the Warner Point Nature Trail, which is the longest of the numerous short nature trails on the canyon's south rim. While the view from Warner Point is not my favorite canyon view, there are no bad Black Canyon views, and the hike to Warner Point traverses a rolling narrow finger ridge with its own interesting sites.

Trailhead at High Point

From the High Point parking lot at the end of South Rim Road, the Warner Point Nature Trail starts at a brown road sign that says, very precisely, "Warner Point Nature Trail 1373 Yards." Numbered posts correspond to an interpretive guide that was available for purchase at the trailhead on my visit. The interpretive guide tells about the pinyon pines and juniper trees that grow along this trail, and it also tells about Mark Warner, the Montrose minister for whom this trail and point are named. I found the guide very informative and well worth the small investment.

View south off of Vernal Mesa

The Warner Point Nature Trail heads out a narrow finger ridge with Black Canyon views emerging on the right and views south off of Vernal Mesa appearing on the left. The trail descends moderately to reach the lowest point on this finger ridge just past 0.2 miles. The difference between the highest and lowest elevations on this hike is only about 160 vertical feet, but the significant amount of up and down makes this hike more challenging than you might expect for a ridgetop walk.

Hiking out the finger ridge

As you climb the next knob, you pass the knarled trunks of several fallen pinyon pine trees. The interpretive guide describes this hardy pine tree's unique features that allow it to live for hundreds of years in this harsh environment. Near 0.7 miles, the rugged and rocky Warner Route to the bottom of the canyon exits left. Stay right to keep heading to Warner Point.

View from Warner Point

Just past 0.8 miles, you reach the unprotected rocky outcrop that is Warner Point. The canyon is not as sheer here as it is a few miles upstream, but it still appears as a deep rocky crevasse. Also, some horizontal pink veins of pegmatite course through the dark gneiss rock here. The pegmatite gives this view shades of the canyon's famous Painted Wall, which is the tallest cliff in Colorado. The trail ends at Warner Point, so after taking in the view your only choice is to retrace your steps to the trailhead to complete the hike. My steps back to the trailhead were hurried by a moderate rain shower, an unusual event in western Colorado's semiarid environment.

View of Painted Wall from Cedar Point (not on this hike)

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N. American K6 Expedition – Kapura Sur 6400m + Nebelgeist on Schusselsel in Tyrol – Simon Messner + Snow Fire Snow Creek

N American K6 Expedition with Colin Haley 6447m and Jeff and Priti Wright Kapura Sur 6400m
Simon Messner on Nebelgeist on Schusselkar in the Tyrol – from his website ( and Facebook)
Evacuations ordered after 1200 acre Snow Fire sparks outside Palm Springs – CA
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https://www.simon-messner.com/2020/09/19/nebelgeist-schusselkar-tirol/ — Simon Messner on Nebelgeist on Schusselkar in the Tyrol.

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Simon Messner on Nebelgeist on Schusselkar in the Tyrol – from his website ( and Facebook)

Evacuations ordered after 1200 acre Snow Fire sparks outside Palm Springs – CA

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N American K6 Expedition with Colin Haley 6447m and Jeff and Priti Wright Kapura Sur 6400m
Simon Messner on Nebelgeist on Schusselkar in the Tyrol – from his website ( and Facebook)

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