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Tandem Trekking is back with a brand new look and a Patreon account! For a while now we have been considering creating a Patreon account. Patreon is a website that connects creators with their patrons and allows patrons to support their creators through a monthly subscription. In doing so you get all sorts of cool […]

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The South Brother

The South Brother is the higher of the two Brothers, located in on the edge of the Olympic National Park. Even though Boealps typically sticks to climbing in the Cascades, we had decided to take on this beastly climb for our overnight. The climb itself is not overly techincal, but route finding is rumored to […]

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Kendall Peak

Kendall Peak was our first climb with our Boealps team. We had missed their trip to Stevens Pass to practice basic snow skills because we had been in Wenatchee rafting. Kendall peak is all about navigation. Pick a destination in the Commonwealth Basin, plot your route on a map, go out and get there. We […]

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River Rats

It had been a while since I had done something completely foreign to me. As we stood on the banks of the Wenatchee Saturday morning, getting our rafts ready to launch, I made a mental check list of things that I knew. The list was very short. I was very excited. Our river raft guide […]

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PCT Food Review: Dinner Pt. 2

Are we still working our way through dinner? Geez! Only one thing to do: power on. Next up, ramen. Shoyu Ramen/ Spice Miso Ramen: Justification: I feel like we liked ramen (good amazing homemade noodle ramen) before it was cool. I mean now there are ramen houses all over Seattle. But our favorite restaurant in Seattle […]

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Do I work for Boeing?

Do I work for Boeing? No, but sometimes it feels like I do… A couple of weeks ago Boealps started up for the season. Boealps, for those of you who weren’t with us back in 2015, is a mountaineering course we took through Boeing. It starts early spring and is comprised of weekly classroom sessions […]

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Team Snowshoe

February has been a crazy month. I started a new job, we’ve been putting in some time prepping for our wedding this summer, and the weather has been abysmal. It has been tough to get outside. With the start of Boealps assured weekly adventures are in our future, but future adventures don’t exactly satisfy current […]

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