Peak(s):  "Tigger Pk"  -  13,300 feet
Date Posted:  12/14/2009
Modified:  12/23/2009
Date Climbed:   12/12/2009
Author:  Boggy B
 Tigger Peak: aggressive first ascent of the north face

Comments or Questions
That‘s an awful lot of tongue...........
12/15/2009 06:25
to fit in one cheek! And, heh!; I‘ve been looking for those gaiters all week. Would you kindly return them?

James Scott
12/16/2009 20:06
My great grandfather was one of the fallen many who perished just above Camp Sorrow. In 1934, he led an expedition to that point, and a storm blew in from the west, pinning them down. He had promised a friend who had been decorated in WWI to get him to the summit. In the midst of the ragging storm, the two of them set off for the summit, clearly a foolish decision. They were never seen again, but the rest of the expedition swore that the wind carried a faint whisper of ”goodbye” back down to the camp several hours later.

Boggy B
I could write screenplay for Mexican soaps
12/16/2009 21:10
steve - like I said, we got a little carried away. Jeff has your gaiters. =) by the way, my GPS calculated a total non-linear ascent of 7900‘ and I‘d bet it was pretty close

paul - we climbed Everest and K2 in preparation for this

james - the wind was saying a lot of things, but it sure wasn‘t whispering!

04/18/2014 19:27
You make Tigger sound like Everest. I think my 6 year old daughter could climb it in the winter.

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