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Re-Gram: 9 Bad-Weather Epic Photos

Photo Gallery: 9 Bad-Weather Epics

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Krystle Edwards

We spent 10 hours in our tents during a Mt. Rainier windstorm. 

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Hunter Plude

We thought we could outpace the storm with a pre-dawn start. Not the case!

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Tyler Smallwood

Hiking up Mount Whitney in November in rain jackets and sneakers maybe wasn’t such a great idea. 

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Mike McLouth

While attempting to climb Devils Tower on Thanksgiving 2016, we retreated due to freezing temps. 

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Jake Tveite

A spring snowstorm hammered the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, but we climbed The Carrot (WI4) anyway.  

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Alex Richins

This was on Mailbox Peak, Washington. The hike was crazy, with weather from all four seasons in 2.5 miles and 4,000 feet. 

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Mike Soucy

In April 2018, we experienced 12 feet of snow in 7 days on the Pika Glacier in Denali National Park. 

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Vladmir Pekov

For 18 days, we had giant waves and even a sea spout while deep-water soloing on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. 

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Kayleigh Lincoln

We climbed one route at Dorset before -2 temps and a terrifying, slippery belay ledge made us give up. 

Nine photos of epics caused by that unpredictable destroyer of dreams, the weather—submitted by our readers.

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