Doug Shepherd Slideshow
Winter Alpine Climbing: The Idiot's Guide to Self-Abuse
Doug Shepherd will be giving us a slideshow about his first ascent of the massive NE face of Mt. Dickey in the Ruth Gorge, Alaska. He will also show some amazing pictures and tell stories about new ice/mixed routes in the mountains of Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana.
What makes Doug really special is that he is a full-time staff scientist at the Los Alamos National Lab, and still manages to do climbs at this level.
The Caltech Alpine Club is hosting this event for free (no tickets required); there will be snacks, drinks, good company, and an awesome talk!
Thursday, July 5th, 2012, at 8 pm. Come early for snacks and drinks.
Join us as Doug shares his adventures and exciting stories!
This is a free event and will take place Thursday, July 5th, 2012, at 8 pm in Noyes Building, room 153 on Caltech's campus in Pasadena, CA. There will be drinks,snacks and some time to chat before the talk beginning 7.30 PM.
You could RSVP on Facebook if you would like.
The location is Noyes Building, room 153 on Caltech's campus in Pasadena (follow the link for a nice map). If you came to Reel Rock Tour 2011, Noyes Building are west of Ramo Auditorium. If you didn't, here is a Caltech interactive campus map, and information on visitor parking. Parking after 5 PM is easy. We recommend you park in "Lot 11" or on any of the streets around Caltech.
- Alpinist article on the first ascent of NE face of Mt. Dickey by John Frieh and Doug Shepherd
- American Alpine Journal article on the new ice/mixed routes set up by Doug Shepherd in the mountains of Colorado, Montana and Wyoming