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  1. Take 5

    Hi together, I am planning a trip to the US and looking for mountaineers to team up for Mount Jefferson, Hood, Adams, Helens and Rainer in September. Maybe it is to much for 5 weeks? I do not know yet. I am still in planning phase. I am comming from Europe, Austria and normally climb 1600(4900)-1800hm(5900ft) per day. So I am normally well trained. Just made lots of mountains here in the alps for about 20years. I have climbed Gran Paradiso, Weissmies, Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa, Wildspitze, Ortler and some more classics and much more... I am also trained well in glacier mountain climbing. I do not have lots of experience in camping on glaciers because in the alps we have mountain huts in nearly every region. But I already have the equipment for glacier camping. So maybe if anybody want`s to team up with me for one or more of these nice mountains on a beginner or advanced route, or can give any kind of good advice. I would be happy to hear from you. Philipp
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