Nothing hampers climbing like bad weather. From electric storms in the Taghia Gorge, hail in Rocky Mountain National Park, or down pouring rain in Fayetteville, West Virginia, bad weather can force even the most hardened climbers to bail. For our next Re-Gram, we're looking for photos from the days when epic weather forced you to flee or seek shelter.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a high-res photo and a couple sentences describing what happened. We'll feature our favorites in an upcoming issue of our print edition.