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Glacer rescue practice site on Rainer

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Want to find a fairly easily accessible site on Rainer to practice glacier rescue, setting anchors, self rescue, pulleys, etc. Any tips on good sites appreciated.

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If you do go to Rainer, I'm sure you can find some spots on the lower Nisqually, by dropping down the hill from Alta Vista, the viewpoint about 20 minutes up the hill from Paradise. The Coleman may be better in terms of being a little more readily manageable, though.

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