Here is my next alpine climbing objective.  The mountain is called the Mooses Tooth and the primary objective is a route called Ham and Eggs. It is the centralcouloir in the photo below.  The couloir itself is 2,500 feet to the exit point, with another 600 feet up the wild ridgline to the true summit, for about 3,000 vertical feet of climbing. The route is know to be a classic difficult Alaska test piece that combines snow, ice and mixed climbing in a wild remote location.  I have a ton to share about the climb, the training and the process I have gone through since i committed to climb this route on Wednesday, January 20th.  My climbing partner is Gary Falk.  It’s go time. – Tim


Alaska - Mooses Tooth - Ham and Eggs
Alaska – Mooses Tooth – Ham and Eggs