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The White Mountain Report: May 9th, 2019
I got a note from the manager at Echo Lake State Park that the road to the top of Cathedral was opened yesterday. Good news for climbers. Passaconaway Road was opened a few days ago as well. However both Hurricane Mountain and Bear Notch Roads are not open yet. There is still much debris and some snow up on both, but hopefully soon... I have no information on Evans Notch at this time.
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The solitary ascent of the Dru had the immediate effect of expanding the horizons of my ideas about mountaineering. It made me aware of possibilities well in advance of the times, which were characterized by very restricted mothods. This was how the suberb pyramid of K2 surfaced once more in the list of my projects. But I chose K2 as a way for giving concrete form to my new concept of mountaineering: to climb the second highest montain in the world solo, alpine style, and without oxygen.
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Cormier-Magness Route, Whitehorse Ledge
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Cormier-Magness Route, Whitehorse Ledge
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