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Adirondack Blues

Adirondack Blues

Sometimes I like to dive back a few years into the archives and see what I saw through my camera on a particular adventure. This shot comes from a trip in 2011 to New York’s highest point, Mount Marcy in ...

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Signs of Adventure: AMC Lions Head Trail

Signs of Adventure: AMC Lions Head Trail

This Signs of Adventure comes from deep within my photo collection. In January of 2010, along with my Friend John, we made our first winter attempt on the summit of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington. While this mountain isn’t particularly tall ...

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Journey Into Avalanche Gulch

Journey Into Avalanche Gulch

Last June, after a disappointing shutdown by Mount Hood, we departed Government Camp Oregon, and headed south into California. We figured if Hood was going to shut us down, we still had to climb a mountain, it was in our ...

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Waiting In The Crater

Waiting In The Crater

Two years ago, I took on the challenge of Mount Rainier, the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. I always wanted to climb that mountain, and my dream was about to be realized. Since not everyone is fortunate ...

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Right of Passage

Right of Passage

It has been nearly two years since I climbed to the summit of Mount Rainier in Washington, but I think about it all the time. It was one of the proudest moments of my life and through that experience I ...

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Just A Man And His Mountain

Just A Man And His Mountain

We neared the Red Banks at around 12,000 feet on Mount Shasta. We were blowing out calories faster than we could pack them in, but we pressed on. The weather was bluebird, at the temperature just about perfect. We couldn’t ...

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Reaching The Summit

Reaching The Summit

I know i’ve shared this photo before, but after a little tweaking and more thinking about it, I had to share it again. It was late August, but you wouldn’t know that by looking at menagerie of snow and ice ...

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Oh Shasta! Life Above 14k

Oh Shasta! Life Above 14k

Last week, I stepped on to the snow covered slopes of Mount Shasta in N0rthern Califoria, and didn’t look back. We ascended to 9500 feet the first night and set camp on a snowfield under a blanket of stars. The ...

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Welcome to the Epic Oregon Road Trip

Welcome to the Epic Oregon Road Trip

I am back at it again, out on the road, and this time I head to Oregon and northern California to climb some of America’s most well known volcanoes: Hood and Shasta. I’ll making my way across the country in ...

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Denali: a Climber’s Log – Preview

Denali: a Climber’s Log – Preview

By – Bill Urbanski Summer is right around the corner here at CTS Base Camp in Pennsylvania.  This means hiking in shorts, rock climbing outdoors, and even the occasional simple pleasure of a dip in the backyard pool.  But my ...

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