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Brena

Looking for ice climbers

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Hey everyone, I went to the White Mountains end of February and did ice climbing for 5 days with a private instructor. 
I am now looking for experienced ice climbers so I can keep climbing. I am willing to compensate you for your time to climb with someone at my level.

These are the climbs I did:

Day 1: Cathedral Ledge, The North End (Grade 1 to 2)
Day 2: Willey's Slide (Grade 2)
Day 3: Frankenstein, the Trestle Slab and Lost in the Forrest (Grade 2)
Day 4: Frankenstein, Standard Route (Grade 3) But I only did the first pitch.
Day 5: Mt. Willard, Lefthand Monkey Wrench (Grade 3-) and The Cleft (Grade 2). End of day: Lower Snot Rocket (Grade 3)

Please, if you would like to climb with me email me brida13@msn.com

Thanks,

Brena
 

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Hi! I live in the Seattle area, but you can live anywhere. I don’t mind going long distance to climb. If you are interested, would you please email me? Thanks!

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for a crusty old fart like me, I'm sure your comradeship would be sufficient compensation.  I climb mostly around Leavenworth (where I've lived since 1981), and the coulees (Banks Lake, etc.), but do get out to Washington Pass/Winthrop, and Snoqualmie Pass, on occasion.  Would you rather climb waterfall ice, or alpine?  I prefer alpine, but am competent on waterfalls, and they are often more accessible...  shoot me a private message...

-Haireball

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