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Seth Waterfall and RMI Guides Ski 11,000-Foot Descent on Mt. Rainier
Posted on April 27, 2011

Joined by fellow RMI guides, Seth Waterfall skis an incredible 11,000 foot descent, or “the longest run in the lower 48,” on Mt. Rainier’s Nisqually Glacier.

Kyle Miller Reaches New Lines on Mt. Fernow and Bonanza Peak, Copes With Personal Loss
Posted on April 26, 2011

Story by Kyle Miller; photos by Jason Hummel The sky was grey with a cold, bitter wind as Jason Hummel and I loaded our bags on Lady of the Lake, a ferry that runs up and down Lake Chelan. Nestled deep in the North Cascades, Lake Chelan is a massive valley

Photos: Dave Hahn and Team in Rotation to ABC
Posted on April 26, 2011

Photos by Dave Hahn

Dave Hahn and Clients Complete First Rotation to ABC on Everest
Posted on April 25, 2011

Story and photos by Dave Hahn Five days ago, we tried getting up through the Khumbu Icefall but instead dropped down to basecamp again to wait a day. We weren’t firing on all cylinders, and it was clear that the jet stream was.

David Morton Gets No Rest or Comfort at Altitude on Makalu
Posted on April 25, 2011

Story by David Morton, photos by David Morton and Melissa Arnot It’s 2 a.m. My thoughts are racing. I’ve been awake for the past three hours, or have I? It’s so difficult to tell. That murkiness is the defining characteristic of this weird state of sleep and wakefulness at altitude.

Be First Recipients Enjoy Carnivals and Solitude at Cape Verde
Posted on April 21, 2011

Gavin McClure and Jody MacDonald are attempting to be the first to kiteboard, surf, stand up paddleboard and paraglide some of the most remote places on earth, which they access by sail on their 60-foot catamaran.

Makalu: A New Topography for Adventure
Posted on April 20, 2011

By Melissa Arnot; photos by David Morton It is around 5:30 p.m. on April 19. David and I are sitting in our dining tent, discussing whether it feels colder at this base camp than the one at Everest. The elevation is higher, about 18,400 feet, and our evening headaches remind us we aren’t totally adjusted