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      WELCOME TO THE CASCADECLIMBERS.COM FORUMS   12/08/21

      Thanks for visiting Cascadeclimbers.com.   Yep, we are still going!    Just put a new coat of paint on the site. Still the same old community of climbers, skiers, and people who love to get outdoors. Hope you had a great 2021, and wish you the best for 2022 and beyond.  Thanks again for stopping by.
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gapertimmy

ClimbMail Volume 1: Issue 1

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Howdy! I sent out the first issue of ClimbMail tonight. If you haven't signed up yet, you can do so via our main page. I have decided to post this first version so you can see what you missed. Please let me know if you have any other ideas on what to put in ClimbMail. I will hopefully be adding sale dates for local climbing shops, slide shows, and other climbing realted events as they pop up!

cheg it out---->

Tim

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ClimbMail

Volume One, Issue 1

cascadeclimbers.com

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Hello All, and welcome to the first issue of cascadeclimbers.com

ClimbMail. I just wanted to start off by saying thanks to all of you for

visiting the site, and signing up. You helped make the site a success,

and we appreciate it!

On to the news....

PIERCE COUNTY EXAMINER ISSUES PERMIT FOR MT RAINIER RESORT

As posted on the cascadeclimbers forum, Pierce County officials granted a

private company a permit to build a large resort just outside of the

Paradise entrance to Mt. Rainier. Please take time to write your State

Representatives and Senators to help stop this before it happens. For

more information and the complete story view the following thread: http://www.cascadeclimbers.com/ubb/Forum1/HTML/000014.html

NEED HELP WITH OFF-SEASON TRAINING IDEAS?

How should climbers maintain their summer level of fitness to prevent

having to start all over again in the spring? This compilation is the

first of a series of Body Results newsletter articles that will provide

you with some varied, challenging, and effective off-season workouts.

Check out Part I at the following location: http://www.cascadeclimbers.com/fitness/fitness.htm

PROTECT THE FRENCHMAN COULEE (FC)

Over the past few years, the FC has become a popular climbing area for

much of the Pacific Northwest, due to dry and stable weather, easy access,

and to the publication of several guidebooks. The area has a very active

first ascent community; many new routes are still being developed and

hundreds of new routes are possible. The potential for adverse impacts to

the area has increased due to the popularity of the FC by both climbers

and other users, and due to the continued development of new routes. Learn

about the Frenchman Coulee Climbers Association, and how you can help

preserve this NW climbing gem at: http://www.cascadeclimbers.com/access/access.htm

ROUTE REPORT CONTEST

Log your summer climb reports today, and have a brand spankin new

Whisperlite stove tomorrow! Our route report contest is still under way!

All you have to do is write up your trip reports from the summer in our

Route Report Forums, and you may walk away with a free Whisperlite stove.

For more details visit: http://www.cascadeclimbers.com/news/news.htm

CALLING WRITERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, AND HELPERS

We're looking for some climbing enthusiasts to help write for our site. If

you have a good story about a climb, a tasty back country recipe, or a

strong opinion about a climbing-related matter, we'd love to hear it! This

is YOUR website, so write an article today!

We are especially looking for submissions on Winter Mountaineering right

now. So if you have some great backcountry skiing or snowshoeing articles

or pictures to contribute please let us know! Jon and I maintain

cascadeclimbers.com in our free time and any help at all would be greatly

appreciated!

SPREAD THE WORD

In closing, I would like to thank all of you again for making the site

happen! Please forward this newsletter on to your climbing friends and

help spread the word. If you have any news you would like to post in the

next version of ClimbMail, just email us at climb@cascadeclimbers.com!

See you in the mountains-

Tim

climb@cascadclimbers.com

 

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