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Spencer L.


Mont Vernon, NH
Hometown: Mont Vernon

Member since:

September 8, 2013

Which aspects of mountaineering and backcountry sports are of most interest to you? -- (Hiking) (Backcountry Skiing) (Ice Climbing) (Rock Climbing) (Backpacking & Camping) ?

Hiking, Backpacking and Camping

What is your level of mountaineering experience or other backcountry skills? -- (Novice) (Beginner) (Intermediate) (Advanced) (Pro)? (Feel free to add some specifics):

Advanced, Trip Leader

What is your greatest achievement in the the mountains as of today?

Teton accent, 4000 footers, winter backpacking

What is you "next" greatest goal? Touch some summit? Backpack a trail?

Easy backpacking trips and National Parks

What was your most epic, trip that gives you the cold sweats in the middle of the night?

On my first Grand Teton attempt; we got caught in a freak blizzard in August. Mt Athabasca, Jasper Nat Park, decending in a lightning storm.


I have hiked and backpacked most of the Whites and many Nat Parks, for many years. I still enjoy backpacking, but physically less aggressive trips.

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