Monday, June 4, 2012

Week Summary: May 28 - June 3

Mon-AM: 2:39, 5000' ~ Mt. Massive (14,421')
From the Halfmoon Creek Trailhead with Joe.  Ran up the CT before ascending the east face of Massive in quite blustery, windy conditions.  A bit frigid on the summit.  Descended the SW slopes trail before completing the ~14mi loop with a section of FS road.

Tue-AM: 2:06, 4500' ~ La Plata Peak (14,336')
Up and down NW Ridge w/ Joe. Stubbornly stuck to a running cadence until hitting a small snowfield at 12,700' or so.  After some more jogging through the boulder field I was able to beeline it to the summit via some more frozen snow. Wanted to sneak under 1h20 for the climb, but missed it by 25 seconds. Perfect day on top with abundant sun and no wind.

Wed-AM: 2:33, 5500' ~ Torreys (14,267') & Grays (14,270') Peaks via Kelso Ridge
Ran from Bakerville, 33min to the TH, 1:31 Torreys summit, 1:45 Grays summit, 2:14 back at the TH.  I was expecting the Kelso Ridge to be much more technical than it was; it's rated Class 3 but it felt like there were maybe two or three Class 3 moves on the whole thing, otherwise it was just hiking. Extra 500' of vert with all the bumps on the ridge, though. Really windy on both summits (and the ridge), otherwise my plan had been to tag Mt. Edwards and the McClellan-Ganley ridge on the way back. Another day.

Thu-AM: 2:06, 4500' ~ Mt. Elbert (14,433')
Up and down NE ridge. Just eased into the hill, planning on taking it easy, so was really surprised when I had a 45sec PR at the summit, especially with no warm-up. 1:53 round-trip, but jogged a couple extra miles on Halfmoon Rd to round out the time.

Fri-AM: 6:15, 10500' ~ Missouri (14,067'), Belford (14,197'), Oxford (14,153'), Harvard (14,420') & Columbia (14,073')
Started from Rockdale with Homie, JV, and Joe for a little Nolan's scouting. Hit Clohesy Lake at :34, summit of Missouri at 1:29, Elkhead Pass in 1:53, Belford at 2:11, Oxford at 2:31, Pine Creek at 3:00, Harvard in 4:00, and Columbia at 4:56. The looong descent down Frenchman Creek was nice except for the 20+ minutes of bushwhacking through heinous windfall. I felt really strong all day, all of the uphill hiking and techy downhills left me way less beat up than a 6hr run usually would.

Sat-AM: 2:47, 5500' ~ Mt. Massive (14,421')
Did an out and back to the summit from the Fish Hatchery, running up the Nature Trail to Highline before bushwhacking up to the NE ridge, scouting the Nolan's line. Tired from yesterday, 1:46 to the summit. Some extra vert from all the bumps on the ridge. This climb is a rough way to start the entire Nolan's link-up. Or maybe I was just tired.

Sun-AM: 2:13, 4500' ~ Mt. Elbert (14,433')
Up and down the NE ridge, pretty tired. Forgot it was the weekend, but was reminded by the hordes of hikers on the trail, seeking Colorado's highest point.

Hours: 20h39min
Vert: 40,000'

Well, I guess I'm back. Wow. Nothing like some thin air, some patches of ceramic and some French voodoo to set things right.  I would rank this up there with one of my best weeks of training ever, definitely from a mountain standpoint.  Thursday's PR on Elbert forced me to accept the fact that all of my hiking over the past nine months actually did some good for keeping me relatively physically fit, not just mentally sane.  There's still plenty of time for things to go sideways--I've only had two weeks of pain-free running on the shin--but if I can string together five more weeks like this I'll feel good about my chances when I line up for Hardrock next month.

La Plata (14,336') on Tuesday.
Snowfield descent on La Plata's NW ridge.
Descending Mt. Elbert on Thursday.
Summit of Columbia, Harvard behind, on Friday.
La Plata's Ellingwood Ridge with Elbert behind. Excited to tackle this line soon.


Freebird said...

Awesome, man! Thrilled for you!

p3rr3lla said...

glad to see you're healthy. keep on keepin on

Adam said...

[picks jaw off keyboard] Seriously? Dude that is just outstanding - downright impressive week.

Mike said...

Incredible week. Inspiring. Best wishes on the continued comeback.

Jerry said...
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Jerry said...

Very nice, but I find "hordes of hikers" disrespectful to an average Joe who usually has no time except weekends to explore mountains according to their ability level.

Unknown said...

Incredible week Tony! Just out of curiosity, what % of this week was hiking vs. running?

Sean O'Day said...

Tony, look me up this summer. I've been getting my share of peaks in.

coach dion said...

You make me want to get fit and run up mountains, but I have to work... I sit in my office and look at Table Mountain here in Cape Town and yes I do get to run up our little mountian a couple of times a month, it's never enough!!!

Pez said...

Yujuuuuu (as we say in Spain),'re back!

Magnus said...

Great! By the way, I noticed the bandage/tape on your right shin: has it been conducive to setting things right, ie, besides the thin air, patches of ceramic and the French voodoo?

Barry Bliss said...

That's good news bro.

Rain said...

I am not sure about those glasses

Rain said...

Totally happy you had 2 pain free weeks...makes you thankful for sure!

Joe Sammadi said...

There is something so sublime about even imagining a daily continuum of that kind of vertical. The breadth of your weekly itinerary has more expanse than some of our wildest dreams. You never cease to impress and inspire given your lofty aspirations (no pun).

I hope you'll move mountains at Hardrock —— beyond the shadow of a doubt your conditioning remains, hoping the shin perseveres. Keep soaring, Anton.

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wch said...

When I saw you did La Plata I was going to ask whether you had your eyes on the Ellingwood Ridge route... and your last picture confirmed that you do. I've been wanting to try it for a long time as it looks like a blast. Maybe next summer!

Clellyrunning said...

Hey just a quick note , thanks for keeping it real :)

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Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular destination of trekking lovers in the worlds. It is life memorable trek to Everest region including Kalapatthar climbing(5545m) and overview of four of the world’s six tallest peaks in Everest region (Khumbu region) including the panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cho oyu, Makalu . This trail passes through Solukhumbu district experiencing Sherpa (Tibetan) culture. These High mountain settlers have something unique to offer you in every village. Different monasteries and chörtens with prayer flags make you feel spiritually blessed while walking to the Base Camp of Mt. Everest. The picturesque views of forests, valleys, terraced fields, meadows and wilderness region etc. are some of the attractions of the trekking.

The 14, 15 days EBC Trekking starts from Kathmandu flight to Lukla and continues through Namche Bazaar and enters into Khumbu region. The trekking provides you wonderful experiences of lifestyle and culture of Sherpa and Bhotias with the chances of exploring different elements of the region. Trekking to Everest Base Camp gives the wonderful experience of Tibetan culture in high elevation and pleasantly colorful views of rhododendron and fir
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Unknown said...

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Nepalplanettreks said...


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The Nepal Trekking Company - A Reputed Trekking Company in Nepal. said...

Everest Three Passes Trekking

Everest Three Passes Trekking falls under one of the adventurous trek in Everest region of Nepal. The three high passes trek such as Kongma-La Pass (5535m), Chola-La Pass (5420m) and Renjo La Pass (5360) are the main highlights of this trek. This trek takes us through three different Everest Three Passes Trekking valley systems connected by high passes in Khumbu region on the doorstep to Mount Everest. This mystic trek allows you to see much more in the way of breathtaking beautiful snowcapped mountain during our walk and the journey is completed by visits to Sherpa villages, homes and monasteries to give you a vision into the quiet but culturally vibrant Sherpa lifestyle.

Everest three passes trekking is an opportunity to experience four of the eight highest peaks, which are; Lhotse (8516m), Makalu Mountain (8463m), Cho Oyu (8201) and the highest peak Mount Everest (8848). This trekking is designed for adventurers. This place is popular for its splendid sceneries of surrounding mountains and nature. Our trek begins from Lukla, then we will be heading towards Namche Bazaar via Phadking. As you also may know that Namche Bazaar is known as the gateway to high Himalayan region.

The highlight of the Everest three passes trekking is its three main passes which can be a most exciting experience of your lifetime. We will also have a chance to visit Kala Patthar (Indian Language) (5,545m/18,192ft) which will present you with the most fantastic view of surrounding and the closest sighting of Mt. Everest Mt.Nuptse,Mt.Pumari as well as Everest Base Camp. This is a union of adventure and ethnic Himalaya culture at its best. All along this part of the trace, friendly Sherpa people, attractive villages with great variety of culture and traditions, colorful festivals and monasteries are the most awaited things that you can see.

Outline Itinerary
Day 1- Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel
Day 2- Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Day 3 – Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Phakding
Day 4 – Trek to Namche Bazaar 3400m
Day 5 – Rest day in Namche Bazaar
Day 6- Trek to Thame 3,800 m
Day 7- Trek to Marlung 4,137 m
Day 8- Trek to Lungdeng 4,600 m
Day 9- Trek to Renjo-La Pass 5,465 m and return to Gokyo 4,800 m
Day 10- Relaxation day in the Gokyo region
Day 11- Trek to Gokyo Ri 5,330 m and return to Thaknak 4,750 m
Day 12- Trek to Cho-La Pass – 5,367 m and return to Dzongla 4,850 m
Day 13- Trek to Gorak Shep 5,170 m
Day 14- Trek to Everest Base Camp and back to Gorakshep 5,170 m
Day 15- Trek to Kala Patthar 5,545 m and back to Lobuche 4,940 m
Day 16- Trek to Kongma-La Pass and back to Chhukung 4,730 m
Day 17- Trek to Tengboche 3,870 m
Day 18- Trek to Monjo 2,680 m
Day 19- Trek to Lukla 2,800 m
Day 20- Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu
Day 21- Departure from Kathmandu

Trekking and Hiking In Nepal said...

Chitwan National Park is one of the premier draw cards in Nepal and Himalayas , and there was little damage to areas visited by tourists in the 2015 earthquake but now 2017 everything’s same conditions . The World Heritage–listed reserve protects over 932 sq km of forests, marshland and rippling grassland, and is home to sizeable wildlife populations. It’s little wonder this place is so popular.
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Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal is full of cultural and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The thousands years old Temple, Stupas, Palace and monasteries are the major attraction of Kathmandu.

Pokhara, 200 Km road distance from Kathmandu is another Major tourist destination of Nepal. It is the gate way of Annapurna Base camp trek, Ghorepani trek, Annapurna circuit trek, Upper Mustang trek and Dhaulagiri trek. Enjoying the breathtaking views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapurche, boating to the wonderful lakes, explore the amazing caves and adventurous activities like paragliding, Zip flyer had make Pokhara an ideal destination for visit.

Apart from Kathmandu and Pokhara, Chitwan located at the fertile land of southern Terai with pristine nature rich in wildlife. Your visit in Chitwan is fully related to wildlife activities. Mainly you will visit local Tharu villages, Elephant reding inside Chitwan National Park, canoeing at Rapti River, Visit Elephant Birding center, Elephant bath and Tharu cultural program are the highlights of Chitwan.

Unknown said...

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Manaslutrek said...

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Unknown said...

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Trek High Nepal said...

Wow, those peaks are so fabulous it's so perfect for climbing.

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