I spend time and effort in hiking and climbing activities, including learning new methods and locations.
Working in the application of technology to medical products. Experience includes 20+ years in product marketing and strategic planning, of which 8 years was in Europe providing strategic and tactical support to European and Asian markets and 3 years in managing distribution channels outside North America. Since 1973, a hiking and climbing enthusiast with a wide range of hiking and climbing experience in the eastern US and Europe.Since 1970, a Christian who takes his faith seriously. BS in Electrical Engineering with a concentration on biomedical applications; graduate work in engineering and business; Greek language study; fluent in English (native) and German. New England 4000-footer Club, numerous hikes and climbs (Appalachias; German, Austrian, Swiss, and Italian Alps; US desert southwest).
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Undergraduate training in engineering and graduate training in engineering, business, and theology.
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The "thing" you are describing is the anchor. There are various kinds of anchors and various structures that can serve as the anchor. On popular climbing routes, a ring is driven into the rock at
Hi Nick, The short answer is that you should tell someone of your plans. I do not know a better alternative. Fines from Search and Rescue authorities vary with region and authority. Some charge
Hi NIck, Having not done too much hiking in Utah, though some, I only know the area in general and it tends to be rugged. However, as you describe Olympus, coming down after sun-up may not be so bas
Hi Nick, Not sure where you are located or I could suggest specific hikes. I have hiked in the southwest, in rattlesnake country, at night without trouble. It is typically too cold at night for
The best suggestion I can make is to head west. It will be quite a drive from Rehoboth Beach but the Appalachian Trail (AT) is within reach. Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, is just west of Frederick,
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