Adventuring with Linde Werdelin
by Kyle Stults on May 07, 2013
Pinit

Due to my travel schedule it’s been a little quiet around here in recent days.  I’ve been en route to a remote location for some outdoor adventuring.  Of course every good adventure needs a good and able companion — which is why I decided to bring along a titanium Linde Werdelin SpidoLite II.  And, although it is designed for skiing, I’ve decided to test the versatility of a LW Rock which has (among other features) a 3-axis compass, chronograph and barometer function, all of which should be of use.

My Kind of Adventure

Warning Falls May Result In Death

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Linde Werdelin SpidoLite II Ti on Climbing Gear

Think Vertical…

Linde Werdelin SpidoLite II Ti on Climbing Gear

Think Vertical Linde Werdelin

Time Check…

Time Check Linde Werdelin

Nowhere to go but Up — Waterfall!

Up Waterfall Linde Werdelin

1500 ft ascent, success.  Views are always nice up top.

  1500 ft success Linde Werdelin

Down and out now…

Down and Out Linde Werdelin

Little help on the way down is always nice…

Little Help Down Linde Werdelin

As best as I am able (i.e. communications signals are available and my hands are free), I’m posting views into the action through @Perpetuelle’s Twitter feed.