wasatchbil2141279

wasatchbil2141279

Riverdale Utah

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Bill's Passions

Trad Climbing
Snowboarding
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Snowshoeing
Ice Climbing
Mountaineering
Sport Climbing
Kayaking
Bouldering

Bill's Bio

Its been a great kayaking summer, with the Ogden river running here most of the summer. I eased in to class IV this summer. Did the upper Logan, the Ogden Narrows maybe 15 times; Payettes Staircase, Greys Snaggletooth. Finally got back on the rock last week, and managed a TR of Black Monday! I was super psyched; aside from a few gym sessions, I have not been on the rock all summer. Not in a rush for winter, but I will be hitting the Snowbasin backcountry alot again this year; seeking out the steeps.

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wasatchbil2141279 wrote a question about on November 14, 2013

Anyone used these for snowboard mountaineering?
I still use Burton race plate bindings; these look questionable for the toe bail, but I guess one could use a dynafit toe? I also have a fairly wide foot; these sound narrow.
Anyone have a recommendation for another superlight AT boot that would work with Burton race plates, or similar bindings? I usually leave the AT boots in walk mode for snowboarding; don't need the beef that skiers want. I do a little ski touring too, but not much. Currently using Scarpa Denalis, they are fine, but heavy (they were fairly cheap, on sale a few years ago). Had some old Dynafit Tourlite boots a decade ago that were my favorites. Thanks!

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