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Mountain Logic™

Guide to Insulation


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Guide to Layering


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Guide to Insulation


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Guide to Layering


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Guide to Layering


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Guide to Layering


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Guide to Layering


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Guide to Layering


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Guide to Layering


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Guide to Layering


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Light Insulating Layers

Light insulation is the second layer in your system. This layer adds a bit of warmth to your system, while maintaining breathability during heavy exertion. There are many types of light insulation. Through the Guide Pick™ process, our guide team identified the Patagonia R1 Hoody as the top choice for this layer.

"There are very few rules to layering.  Many options work. There are multiple fabrics, insulation fills, and feature set choices.   I know what works for me. Mixing and matching is part of the fun and ultimately your selection comes down to personal preference." - Peter Whittaker

For more information check out the Mountain Logic™: Guide to Layering


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Light Insulating Layers

Light insulation is the second layer in your system. This layer adds a bit of warmth to your system, while maintaining breathability during heavy exertion. There are many types of light insulation. Through the Guide Pick™ process, our guide team identified the Patagonia R1 Hoody as the top choice for this layer.

"There are very few rules to layering.  Many options work. There are multiple fabrics, insulation fills, and feature set choices.   I know what works for me. Mixing and matching is part of the fun and ultimately your selection comes down to personal preference." - Peter Whittaker

For more information check out the Mountain Logic™: Guide to Layering


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Choosing the Right Ice Axe

Different Types of Mountaineering Ice Axes


 

"For general mountaineering avoid an axe that’s too long. When the axe is comfortably hanging at your side with your arm straight, the spike of your axe should be right at your ankle bone." - Solveig Waterfall's Guide PickTM pick: Black Diamond Raven Pro

 

 

"I personally use an alpine climbing axe on mountains like Denali, Vinson and Everest because you have a choice between an adze and hammer.  Also, a slightly shorter axe is beneficial when you get on steeper terrain." - JJ Justmam's Guide PickTM pick: Black Diamond Venom Hammer
 

 

The Take Away: For standard routes on Rainier, Denali, Everest and other non-technical climbs, a general mountaineering ice axe provides the ideal balance of weight, features and durability. On steeper routes like West Rib on McKinley and Liberty Ridge on Rainier an alpine axe will be your choice. In general, more technical tools will match more technical routes.

 


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Choosing the Right Ice Axe

Different Types of Mountaineering Ice Axes


 

"For general mountaineering avoid an axe that’s too long. When the axe is comfortably hanging at your side with your arm straight, the spike of your axe should be right at your ankle bone." - Solveig Waterfall's Guide PickTM pick: Black Diamond Raven Pro

 

 

"I personally use an alpine climbing axe on mountains like Denali, Vinson and Everest because you have a choice between an adze and hammer.  Also, a slightly shorter axe is beneficial when you get on steeper terrain." - JJ Justmam's Guide PickTM pick: Black Diamond Venom Hammer
 

 

The Take Away: For standard routes on Rainier, Denali, Everest and other non-technical climbs, a general mountaineering ice axe provides the ideal balance of weight, features and durability. On steeper routes like West Rib on McKinley and Liberty Ridge on Rainier an alpine axe will be your choice. In general, more technical tools will match more technical routes.

 


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Choosing the Right Ice Axe

Different Types of Mountaineering Ice Axes


 

"For general mountaineering avoid an axe that’s too long. When the axe is comfortably hanging at your side with your arm straight, the spike of your axe should be right at your ankle bone." - Solveig Waterfall's Guide PickTM pick: Black Diamond Raven Pro

 

 

"I personally use an alpine climbing axe on mountains like Denali, Vinson and Everest because you have a choice between an adze and hammer.  Also, a slightly shorter axe is beneficial when you get on steeper terrain." - JJ Justmam's Guide PickTM pick: Black Diamond Venom Hammer
 

 

The Take Away: For standard routes on Rainier, Denali, Everest and other non-technical climbs, a general mountaineering ice axe provides the ideal balance of weight, features and durability. On steeper routes like West Rib on McKinley and Liberty Ridge on Rainier an alpine axe will be your choice. In general, more technical tools will match more technical routes.

 


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