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dbconlin

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Hi.

I'm new in town (Seattle) and looking for climbing partner(s) for general/winter mountaineering, alpine-style ascents and ice routes.

I have rock climbing (trad 5.9 + sport 5.10 leads)and general mountaineering experience (glaciers/steep snow, 14,000'+) as well as wilderness first responder. I am relatively new to ice climbing and have done WI4 topropes thus far, but looking to get more experience/push my abilities.

If you are at a similar level, or would like to take on an apprentice, let me know!

Dave Conlin

dbconlin@mad.scientist.com

(206) 329-0658

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db,

I am at a similar level as far as the ice climbing goes. I live in Eugene but will go north to climb ice. It is hard to find partners way down here where the nearest ice is in the Columbia Gorge (if we're lucky). I have some gear (tools, screws) and am anxious to get more practice.

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