Stats for the first million

Well, a few days of Villarrica Volcano before I leave. Yesterday was windy and blowing and completely whiteout. But I toured 5000 feet when my skins conveniently stopped sticking. It was a blessing as I did not really want to be out there much longer. I had ot dried them the day before so they started off wet and got worse with the weather.

Today the morning was beautiful, clear, but windy. I toured as quickly as my tired legs would take me to the top of the Volcano. 2 hours and 10 minutes for the 5500 ft. I was hoping that this being my last time on the summit that I would look into the crater and see lava. But alas just gas and smoke. I cruised back down to the bottom and did three laps back up. Looking for the best skiing, which there was very little soft snow and a lot of rain crust, a lot of crust. But I had a goal in mind and finished off with my third biggest day of the year, 13 520 ft. That helps the average a bit. I still need 7 more of those to catch up though.

Here are the statistics for the first million feet.

194 days total

141 days on snow

smallest day 130ft

largest day 23 070ft  most runs 13

total runs 526

44 different summits climbed.

  1. ptor July 29, 2010 at 7:58 am

    how many liters of coffee???

  2. treepilot July 29, 2010 at 9:01 pm

    humbling: your biggest + your smallest averaged beats my biggest

    irrelevant: my smallest crushes your’s almost tenfold.

    some powder turns are just what I need right now. sigh.

  3. Greg July 30, 2010 at 11:46 am

    Liters of coffee? Well guaranteed one every morning and usually one when i get home to ensure that I have enough energy to be a good dad and to blog/edit. So lets say a liter a day. Plus plenty on my days off!! 400+liters.

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