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its no joke, even if youre prepared. dark, hard, and unforgiving, ice climbing is still a fun and maybe even a little dangerous game (referring to the hair-raising potential of icefall accidents, not your trip to the menãƒâãâšâs room). at least that is the story ive been told.




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i initially didnãƒâãâšât know much about ice climbing beyond the basics but after a very short summer, i was living and breathing the sport. im still a couple of years out, but i can report that with the arrival of the southerly air masses early each september, we opened the grooming bag and were ready for the months-long buildup of ice. still, in addition to the gear that made for easy-peasy ice climbing, a new approach to the sport was essential for me in order to sustain my interest:


the ice climbing season begins in september and ends sometime in may. before you can get to the ice, you must first acclimate yourself with long hikes, rock climbing, or any form of standing for several months to bolster your base levels of strength, balance, and willpower. by the time the sun starts hitting the peaks in the spring, all of us can barely walk. i, for one, felt like the old man in the village, shuffling along the gravel trail until i could no longer bear to be upright. im also not a tall fella. nor am i a climber of any caliber. rather, my main motivation when it comes to ice climbing is adventure. i choose that one term (adventure) because, as we all know, its easier to ascribe the price tag to the ice climbing. its the verb. but this adventure, this ice climbing, was the one that would shake my entire being. it was, in fact, my first taste of real adventure and i was excited, to say the least. i started out as a once-a-year kinda guy. in hopes of advancing in the sport and inspiring my friends to give it a try, i began taking a handful of guys to colorado for the winter to practice and acclimate. one of these people was my younger brother, phillip, who had done a few crags over the summer. i built up my courage, laced up my boots, and we set out.


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