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Dane Burns at the Mountaineers tonight (Oct 27)

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http://www.mountaineers.org/stories/news.cfm?reader=86

 

Water-ice master, Dane Burns, October 27, Thursday, 7 pm

 

Dane Burns, longtime climber of hard routes, grand poobah of ice and beloved gear guru (see his blog, Cold Thistle ) will speak about the nature of water ice at The Mountaineers Program Center in Magnuson Park.

 

The event is open to the public as well as Mountaineers members; no registration required.

 

"The Inuits have somewhere over 100 names for snow. As an ice climber you should know the half that relates to water ice. Knowing the subtle differences in ice and how to identify them will make your own climbing easier and, more importantly, safer," says Burns

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