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tele_nut

Partner 4 July weekend

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Can leave Friday afternoon from east of seattle. Should return late monday night so I can get sleep b4 work tuesday.

 

Look to climb some possible objs-

 

Nooksack Tower

Inspiration Peak

Triumph NE Ridge

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Whichever leads me to yo mammas crotch the cheapest and quickest. Should be pretty swift and cheap.

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Have you made your reservations with the rangers yet? I just checked and found that Camp Schurman is full with a possible opening at Camp Curtis and a possible space at Eamons Flats. I don't know....but suspect that Camp Muir is full too for the busy holiday weekend.

 

But yes, if the weather looks good we would be intersted in going.

 

What is your experience level? We are newbie climbers. We have used our ice axes and crampons on several occasions....Mt Adams, Mt St Helens, Three fingers, Mt Daniel, etc. We have not yet been in condittions that would require roping up...although we have had some "dry land" practice in setting up Z pulley and C pulley, etc.

 

We had been examining the possibility of climbing Baker this weekend....but as of this morning, the weasther at Rainier is looking better.

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