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Winter climbing partners

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I'm looking for some ice/alpine climbing partners for this winter. I'm pretty new but I can follow WI 3-4. I'm really interested I beginning leading this year as well. Some things I want to do this winter are Goat Dome falls, North face chair, triple couloirs, chair ne buttress, and going go banff/jasper/hyalite etc.


I have money for gas (booze) if I can get a ride :tup:


Of course I'm responsible in the hills and have been trained in MOFA and self rescue.


Oh yeah and I have Nov. 27-30 off if anyone wants to go to Hyalite or something.


pm me or email me at buckyjanecek@yahoo.com

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Chair should work out but I think normally for triple couloirs you have to wait for them to become a little bit more stable.


Anyone know for sure? What are some good routes we could do during Christmas break (late December to early February)?

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These days Triple Couloirs often does not come in until late season, March - April. NE Buttress of Chair can be done earlier in the season, I did it in November as a very good mixed climb one year.

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