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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by skiNEwhere View Post
    Why is this so impressive? Did you drive up it through 2 feet of snow? I doubt it.


    I see this on so many cars, I don't get the appeal, what are you proving, that you know how to drive?

    Now CLIMBING Mount Washington, I think that's a different story
    It's comes free with admission. Chubby tourists like FREE.

    Quote Originally Posted by witch hobble View Post
    Does having this sticker on your car affect it's resale value?
    With most drivers not knowing their automatic transmission can be shifted into other gears besides "D", I'd say it means the brake pads and rotors are toasted.

    Quiver:
    Rossignol Experience 88 HD (All Mountain)
    Rossignol Hero Master M18 (GS Carver)
    Rossignol Soul 7 HD (Off Piste) 136/106/126
    Rossignol Super 7 (Snorkel) 140/116/130

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese View Post
    It's comes free with admission. Chubby tourists like FREE.



    With most drivers not knowing their automatic transmission can be shifted into other gears besides "D", I'd say it means the brake pads and rotors are toasted.
    The brake pads are definitely shot with all those fats kids in the car!

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  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by andyzee View Post
    Very cool, I want one! I did only climb to the top of Sluice, it was plenty.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhead View Post
    Very cool, I want one! I did only climb to the top of Sluice, it was plenty.
    You can't have one if you didn't climb the whole thing ...
    Whatever hits the fan will not be distributed evenly.

  6. #26

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    Definitely is surreal -- even if you are doing hut to hut you still feel somewhat out on an island and away from civilization. Then you pop out on the top of the tallest, nastiest mountain around and find yourself in a cafeteria.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by timm View Post
    Definitely is surreal -- even if you are doing hut to hut you still feel somewhat out on an island and away from civilization. Then you pop out on the top of the tallest, nastiest mountain around and find yourself in a cafeteria.
    Which only accepts cash so you might have to pull another round trip if you only brought plastic.
    Quiver:
    Rossignol Experience 88 HD (All Mountain)
    Rossignol Hero Master M18 (GS Carver)
    Rossignol Soul 7 HD (Off Piste) 136/106/126
    Rossignol Super 7 (Snorkel) 140/116/130

  8. #28

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    Been saying I'm going to climb it for years, definitely going to try and climb it this year. Who's in?
    2009/2010 - 28

    2009 mtb-19 rides- 113.58 miles

    2008/09 - 33

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post
    Been saying I'm going to climb it for years, definitely going to try and climb it this year. Who's in?
    It's a moderate hike. Doing it with skis is what makes it tough.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by wa-loaf View Post
    You can't have one if you didn't climb the whole thing ...
    I climbed down from the Summit to the Snowfields and back the day before, any credit there? Climbing to Tucks and back with 40lbs strapped to my back was the most strenuous thing I've done in a long time, I'm used to carrying the 40lbs in front of me, around my belly. Guess I was well balanced that day.

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