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Looking for more local partners. I like to do most mountain activities, especially those with an endurance component. Specifically would be great to find people interested in multi-day ski traverses and long alpine rock routes. I would love to find a partner for the Southern Pickets traverse, my partner from attempting it a couple years ago is focusing on other things right now.

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Just moved up to Bellingham from Oregon and would be interested in doing more traverse routes on ski and foot (I've done a handful of backpacking traverses and the Pickets have been on my radar for a while). Not much of a technical rock climber, but some Cascades mountaineering experience and train as a distance triathlete so sufferfests are great.

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Hey man, I'm moving to Bellingham from Colorado in a few weeks and also looking for partners. I'm a mediocre skier and not much of a trad climber so I'm not yet up for something like the Pickets traverse, but part of my motivation for moving to the cascades is to expand my skills and experience.

I'm pretty experienced and comfortable with class 3-4, off trail exploring, multi-day or even multi-week backpacking, marathon days and endurance sufferfests, and I'm looking to get out and try everything WA has to offer. If you're doing something that doesn't require ropes, I'd love to connect.



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