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How they make Ice Axes. www.nasilyapiliyorizle****
5 Jul 2008
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This is what every Hawaiian needs - a combination back scratcher and personal home self-defense weapon.
7 Jul 2009
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Phenom Backpack - Aptly named for its backcountry prowess, the Mountain Hardware Phenom Backpack offers the functional simplicity and durability alpinists desire. For lighter loads, remove the waist belt and floating top lid. Even with the lid removed a fold top closure blocks snow and rain from entering easily. When fully loaded for an overnighter or crammed with climbing hardware for a full day on a demanding route, the Phenom's HDPE framesheet with perimeter alloy shaping rod assist with evenly dispersing the weight to the shoulder straps and waist belt. And for convenient tool attachment, dual Axe-S ice axe toggles offer innovative, quick release access. For an additional 1,000 cubic inches of capacity, be sure to check out the Mountain Hardware Trance Backpack. Fabric: 420D, 96T Cordura nylon body with DWR finish and polyurethane coating, VX42 XPLY ripstop nylon accent, and ultra-tough 630D, 109T ballistics Cordura bottom with DWR finish and polyurethane coating HDPE framesheet with perimeter alloy shaping rod Durable 420D backpanel sheds snow and moisture Dual density padded shoulder straps Removable 1 inch webbing waist belt Hydration sleeve with left and right side hose ports Removable floating top lid with two compartments Fold top designed to seal main compartment when floating top pocket is removed Side compression straps. Upper straps have quick release buckles Dual Axe-S quick release ice axe toggles Capacity: 2,200 cu. in. (36 liters) in small, 2,400 cu. in. (39 liters) in medium, 2,600 cu. in. (43 liters) in large Weight: 2 lbs. 13 oz. (1.28 kg.) in small, 2 lb. 15 oz. (1.33 kg.) in medium, 3 lbs. 3 oz. (1.45 kg.) in large
14 Jun 2007
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Mountaineers ascend high altitude peaks hoping to summit and return to camp without injury. Ski mountaineers combine skiing and mountaineering to access virgin backcountry slopes using climbing skins on their skis, crampons, ice axes and ropes to reach the peak, where they then can enjoy downhill skiing of the empty slopes below. Dangers include bad weather conditions and avalanches. See more extreme sports videos at AdventureImagery****, a footage library specializing in adventure and extreme sports stock footage licensed royalty free for use in your own productions.
13 Aug 2007
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i was in bucegi mountains,this week and I walked up white valley,with ice-axe and crampoons.
18 Aug 2009
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Tribute song and video for Sir Edmund Hillary. this was a fun project we set out to do together. not as fun and rewarding as climbing a big mountain tho... a big THANKS to all the people who we took photos of. Sir Ed told his son, "never be afraid to stand alone" Humble Mountain Man by Trillion - song lyrics - (written and recorded on sat 12th Jan 2008) You may be gone but you live on in my wallet you'll never be forgotten in the bottom of my pocket you've taught us by example - translated back to our inner fibre and you leave behind a wealth greater than that within a fiver. He was our superman with a heart of gold when he was cast they blew apart the mold a modest champion - who'd walk the extra mile and never forget to smile A practical chap - he was quite unique in '53 he climbed the worlds highest peak others who tried came to early fates so Ed and Tensing, left behind their burly mates they almost made it to the pearly gates and told the gate keeper -- see you at a further date He gave half a toss, and knocked the bastard off, with mask and parka on and a nasty cough then blasted off in the Antarctic frost in a tractor made tough enough to last across It's not the mountains that we conquer but ourselves he said, And now he's dead. So cheers to Ed, and raise our beers to Ed and all the summits we'll be climbing in the years ahead The legend of Sir Edmund Percival Hillary is pulsing through our heads circuits of capillaries He climbed mountain tops just for the hell of it an ordinary man -- with no need for embellishment With pack on back he inched up a tight crack A few precise whacks of his ice axe and he was on top of the world looking down over creation even queeny lizard breath rose to the occasion why can't we all win -- we either tackle or run we're taught - the battle is won when we're packing a gun it can never be done through military power the battle's only won in humilities hour challenging ourselves beyond the daily grind is the only way the darkness ever stays behind i won't tire or stop 'til my eyelids drop keep on striving 'til I rise to the top tomorrow all my plans may crumble but I'll still show respect and stay humble we could wipe away the tears and turn away or listen to the lesson we can learn today Our knight baffled belief when he wrestled the beast now his vessel has ceased, and we're bereft in the grief from north to south, west and east may our humble mountain man Ever-rest in peace www.trillion***.nz www.fifteen***.nz NEW TRILLION LP 'SILENTinvisible' IN CD STORES NOW! and next time you see someone in need, give them a fiver and say 'that's from Ed'... www.myspace****/trilli0n She'll Be Right Records www.trillion***.nz trillion nz trillion nz trillion nz trillion nz trillion nz
30 Dec 2008
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Ouray, CO is considered one of the best places to swing an ice axe, but climbers must also realize the dangers involved with the sport. Ice climbing
21 Oct 2009
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