Regardless of the weather, our climbs happen a world away from the comforts of home, and in a backcountry environment. As a result, we want all of our clothing and gear to be light, versatile, and carefully considered. We want our gear to perform in fair weather or foul, and be adequate to the task while being light enough to allow us to enjoy the climb without being bogged down by a heavy or cumbersome pack or by the wrong clothing or gear.
We have selected these items with great care to give everyone the best chance of staying warm, dry, and happy. Please call or email us if you have any questions. We’re here to help.
Use this equipment list for Summit Programs at the Silcox Hut You must have all the items on this list at your climber orientation regardless of season or forecast. Please call … View Details
Use this equipment list for one-day alpine routes on Mount Hood, including: West Crater Rim, Devil’s Kitchen Headwall, Wy’East Route, Reid Glacier Headwall, and Leuthold’s Couloir. This list also applies to the … View Details
Use this equipment list for the following trips: Cooper Spur, Sandy Headwall and the North Face of Mount Hood You must have all the items on this list at your … View Details
Use this equipment list for overnight alpine climbs described as entry-level, except climbs of Mount Hood. It should also be used for the Emmons Glacier on Mount Rainier. You must … View Details
Use this equipment list if you are on any overnight alpine climb listed as difficult or advanced, except for routes on Mount Hood. You must have all the items on … View Details