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Latest submitted climbing notes

Mount Wilhelm:


“Requires a good level of fitness. Although not technically difficult, and it is short, it is arduous and at altitude. Do not underestimate the need for good alpine clothing; although a tropical location freezing rain can be encountered for all of the final ascent. Snow may be encountered near the summit.
Altitude acclimatisation is essential. A minimum of three days from sea level is required if not already acclimatised; more is better.
There is a very rarely taken five day route (better six) from sea level starting from Madang, and a two day route starting from Betty's Lodge at around 9,000 ft which can be accessed by 4WD from either Goroka or Mt. Hagen. Both routes require guides.
There are two huts at the first lake at base camp four hours above Betty's Lodge, both can be opened on application at Betty's.
The ascent is usually made commencing midnight from basecamp and is a 17 hour day to the summit and back through base camp to Betty's for dinner.
Four hour drive by 4WD from Mt. Hagen, slightly less from Goroka.”

Jeremy Watson from NEW ZEALAND - 21 Aug 2016

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Santa Fe Baldy:


“Snow today from 12K feet up...August 16th!....Will melt in next 24hrs? Unusual for Aug.”

jon acheson from UNITED STATES - 16 Aug 2016

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Alam Kuh or Alum Kooh:


“Alm koh is in the area with more than 45 peaks above 4000 meters height in the province Kelardasht sity of Mazandaran province in Iran.

it's the second highest mountain in Iran with 4850 meters altitude after Damavand peak.

glacier The most important morphological phenomena are the natural glacier which related the Quaternary period. they are active with of tens millions years ago.
One of the most important glaciers named Alam Chal , with 3000 meters long and 750 meters wide which has a 80 meter depth.
the most important glaciers are:
1. Alam chal glacier
2. Takht-e Soleiman
3. Northern Glacier Peak Takht-e Soleiman
4. Western Glacier
5. Haft khan
6. Khersan
7. Myksh”

AhmadReza Valikhani from IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF - 14 Aug 2016

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