It’s always good to find a comfortable rest on steep ice.
This weekend! The 14th Annual Smuggs Ice Bash. The Fastest growing Ice festival in the Northeast. January 24-26 2020
JANUARY 17-20, 2020
Competing at Festiglace is not just about Ice Climbing.
it’s been 10 years since Guy Lacelle was killed in an avalanche
Great ice climbing along the Jacques Cartier River. Pont-Rouge, Quebec
Yan Mongrain on a variation of Le Tube, Pont-Rouge Quebec. Festiglace Pont-Rouge
If you want to explore the remote Panther Gorge in the Adirondacks and get away from the crowds, this is a must-have guide. Kevin has been obsessed with this area over the last few years and has put his knowledge into a very comprehensive guide.
By Kevin “MudRat” MacKenzie
“Panther Gorge captures the adventure inherent to one of the most remote, enigmatic regions of the Adirondack High Peaks.
Two thousand feet deep and lined with sheer cliffs, the rugged chasm sits between Marcy and Haystack, New York’s first and third highest mountains. In between the jaws of the peaks sits an intriguing set of natural curiosities: spires, talus mazes, glacial erratics, ponds, rills, and forest.”
You can get it here.. https://www.adirondackmountaineering.com/panthergorgebook
“Panther Gorge is one of our great unexplored frontiers, shrouded by myth and impenetrable krummholz. Kevin has done an outstanding job chronicling this remote wilderness, not only with exhaustive research but with extensive, first-hand accounts and photography. The sheer number of climbing successes revealed in these pages leaves one slack-jawed. Panther Gorge is a culmination of Kevin’s climbing skill and tireless thirst for discovery”
– Jim Lawyer / Guidebook Author of Adirondack Rock
The best way to eat hot maple syrup as an ice climber in Quebec!
Angel Eyes did a flyby of the Black Dike area on Cannon Cliff Sunday 11-17-19