Jeffrey Kelly
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Ali Alami commented on Jeffrey Kelly's blog post Training Hike Reference
"A few other favorites: Mt. Pilchuk, Mt. Dickerman, Headly Pass."
Mar 20, 2010
Ali Alami commented on Jeffrey Kelly's blog post Training Hike Reference
"Thanks for the post, these are all great hikes/climbs arround the Seattle area to get in shape for Mt. Hood, Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker, Mt Adams, Mt. Shuksan, Glacier Peak, Mt Whitney, Half Dome, or other moderate climb."
Feb 12, 2009
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Training Hike Reference

Taking a weekend trip? You might just find me on one of these in the spring.Tiger Mountain #3Trailhead Elevation: ~520'Summit Elevation: 2522'Gain to Summit: 2002Length: 5.2 milesSlope: 770' per mileLocation: IssaquahOverview:This is just a bit of a challenge for beginning hikers and can be taken at a fast pace or with weight for a great training hike. There are two trails to the top, one is the 2.6 mile one way trip on well established trail and the other is known as the powerline trail. The…See More
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"Hi Jeff, Great to see you here. Hope all is well. Feel free to join us for an event or post your own. Ali"
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Training Hike Reference

Taking a weekend trip? You might just find me on one of these in the spring.





Tiger Mountain #3

Trailhead Elevation: ~520'

Summit Elevation: 2522'

Gain to Summit: 2002

Length: 5.2 miles

Slope: 770' per mile

Location: Issaquah



Overview:

This is just a bit of a challenge for beginning hikers and can be taken at a fast pace or with weight for a great training hike. There are two trails to the top, one is the 2.6 mile one way trip… Continue

Posted on February 12, 2009 at 8:07pm — 2 Comments

The Bork

Bork: When a cyclist completely cracks while training or racing on one particular stage or day.



Borking is completely avoidable. If you have ever watched a professional cycling race, you will see that the riders are regularly eating and drinking. This keeps energy levels up, core temperature down, and the body's cooling system working. The same can happen while hiking or backpacking.



When I hike, I take food and water every 20 minutes or less. By regularly taking water and… Continue

Posted on February 12, 2009 at 7:57pm

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At 4:33pm on February 12, 2009, Ali Alami said…
Hi Jeff,

Great to see you here. Hope all is well. Feel free to join us for an event or post your own.

Ali
 
 
 

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