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Warming Up

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Sunday May 12, 2013

Sierra Nevada, CA

Caption: Mt. Langley via Northeast Couloir- a very fun route, but it was pretty chilly on the summit. Im planning to go on an expedition to climb Mt. McKinley (Denali) in a few years, where temps can drop to -100F. I need to get used to the cold.

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1. Clabo
6:54 AM GMT on May 15, 2013
Ummm, ya know that dry ice (frozen CO2!) is about -110°F at its warmest? 10° colder, and you could exhale and watch the CO2 precipitate right out of your breath! :D

I don't think no matter *how* much I'd "practice", that I'd ever get used to *that* kind of cold. And I've got a pair of old Matterhorns (quilted insulated inner-lining and everything) that I drag out for cold weather here, like 0°F.

Wellp, if ya go, take lots of pix!
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