Fitz Cahall

  1. The Best Rock Climb on the Planet

    The Best Rock Climb on the Planet
    Once you complete the Beckey-Chouinard, it will be the route to which you compare all other alpine rock climbs.
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  2. The Classics: Backcountry Skiing, Mt. Baker

    The Classics: Backcountry Skiing, Mt. Baker
    Mt. Baker is probably best known for holding the world record for greatest snowfall in a single season: 1,140 inches (95 feet) fell here in the 1998-99 season. It also boasts the highest average annual snowfall of any resort in the world, receiving almost 650 inches (54 feet) of snow each year.
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  3. The Classics: Backpacking

    The Classics: Backpacking
    While Titcomb Basin's stunning alpine landscape nestled amongst soaring sawtooth peaks will make you feel like you're on an expedition deep in the Alaskan bush, the area's fantastic ease of access means you don't need to bring any more gear than you would on a typical overnight backpacking trip.
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  4. The Classics: Sea Kayaking, Georgia Coast

    The Classics: Sea Kayaking, Georgia Coast
    If you've never sat in a kayak before but still want to experience the joys of paddling Georgia's coast, you've come to the right place. Tybee Island is great for beginners because of the multitude of shops offering kayak rentals and guided tours.
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  5. The Classics: Rock Climbing, Red Rock Canyon NCA

    The Classics: Rock Climbing, Red Rock Canyon NCA
    Red Rocks was still a quiet and lonely backwater when Larry Hamilton and Joe Herbst showed up in 1972. Few climbs had been established at the time, and the majestic Rainbow Wall beckoned the young climbers as an obvious choice.
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  6. The Classics: Alpine Climbing, Bugaboos

    The Classics: Alpine Climbing, Bugaboos
    In the late summer of 1961, the indomitable Fred Beckey teamed up with friend, frequent partner, and fellow climbing pioneer, Yvon Chouinard, for an attempt on the alluring West Buttress of South Howser Tower.
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  7. The Classics: Ice Climbing, NH

    The Classics: Ice Climbing, NH
    Locals considered ice climbing at Frankenstein Cliff nearly impossible before 1969. That year, Yvon Chouinard revolutionized the sport with the introduction of the down-curved ice pick and Frankenstein's "impossible" routes became cherry lines waiting to be plucked.
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