Peak(s):  Mt. Columbia  -  14,073 feet
Date Posted:  05/30/2008
Modified:  12/02/2010
Date Climbed:   05/29/2008
Author:  Jcwhite
 Columbia ski solo...well sorta

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 Comments or Questions

Dead Dog
05/30/2008 22:19
Looks like fun... although the pictures make it looke like you killed noodle.


05/30/2008 22:29
My dog is named Hudson, Elin calls him noodle


Doggie Stoke!
05/30/2008 22:33
nice man... thanks for the beta. Can you get to North Cottonwood Creek TH?


05/30/2008 22:42
Did when he did harvard, so i imagine you can


Duct Tape!!!!
05/31/2008 00:36
Glad to see the super tape job held up to the mighty Columbia. I thought we were just putting tape on there to you could label LEFT and RIGHT!?!
Nice job slaying the mountain and Hudson.


nice report
05/31/2008 02:10
how do you like those kilowatts? I just got a pair this winter with dynafits and they rip! Nice report


05/31/2008 05:04
Nice job on a semi-solo day. It‘s great to see how happy a day of playing in some snow can make a pooch. Out of curiosity, what happened with your Naxo‘s? How the heck did you come up with replacement bindings so quickly? Assuming that you used the duct tape to cover the old mounting holes, Tognar carries some threaded inserts you can use to plug the holes to prevent future delamination.


Nice job Jordan!
05/31/2008 15:28
I‘ve been thinking about this route for a little while now. What would you say is the average slope degree? Good luck on your next big solo ski!


There are a couple
06/01/2008 23:06
shops around here that still have bindings in stock, so I picked up a pair and off we went. We did plug the holes with some glue, the duct tape was just to make sure the glue was dry.

Love the kilowatts, own more than one pair right now.

Not too steep 35-40 maybe


I‘m too heavy
06/01/2008 23:06
I break everything


Exhausted dog.
06/07/2008 22:41
Man, that dog looks dead tired!...but I be he loved it.

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