Peter Doucette

  1. The Thin Ice Handbook: Climbing Techniques

    The Thin Ice Handbook: Climbing Techniques
    How to move up smoothly and safely when the ice is thin on your climbing route.
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  2. The Thin Ice Handbook: Understanding The Ice

    The Thin Ice Handbook: Understanding The Ice
    Its sound, its color, the weather—all these things will help you gauge ice quality on climbing routes.
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  3. The Thin Ice Handbook: Essential Equipment

    The Thin Ice Handbook: Essential Equipment
    How to fine-tune the gear you’ll need to send thin ice and traditional mixed routes.
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  4. How To Move Faster And More Safely Through 3rd And 4th Class Terrain

    How To Move Faster And More Safely Through 3rd And 4th Class Terrain
    Sometimes the most dangerous part of a climb isn't even 5th class. Peter Doucette gives 11 tips for going fast and staying safe.
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  5. 10 Ways To Manage Ice Fall To Maximize Safety

    10 Ways To Manage Ice Fall To Maximize Safety
    "Ice!" When you're climbing it, odds are, some will come down on you. Here's a guide's perspective on how to minimize risk.
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  6. A Bold New Line In Alaska By OR's Peter Doucette

    A Bold New Line In Alaska By OR's Peter Doucette
    Outdoor Research athlete Peter Doucette and Silas Rossi put up a first ascent on a satellite peak of Mount Johnson in Alaska's Ruth Gorge.
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