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bina

Beginning Alpine

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Hi, I'm just starting to break into alpine climbing and hoping to find more people who might not mind dragging me along and mentoring me a bit.

I'm 21, in the Seattle area, and in pretty decent shape. I have not led trad yet, though I have followed a moderate amount of times and can lead sport up to 10a. I have extensive backpacking experience, a fair amount of it being off trail. And I have taken a glacier travel/crevasse rescue course though I haven't had much of a chance to practice these skills yet.

I know Fall isn't the best time of year to get started, but I figured I'd throw it out there.

 

Thanks,

 

Sabrina

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right on, alpine involves some real adventure! By no means am i profesional, but I've lives in seattle for 3 yrs, climbing atleast once a week on rock, ice, glacier, mtn, and alpine including sport, trad, boulder. what's your schedule? do you have overnight gear/clothing? I'm heading out for some mtn/alpine sun/mon/tues and lookin for partners. mk_adventure@yahoo.com

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