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Calvinclimber

2nd Dallas Kloke Memorial Work & Climb Day Mt Erie

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On September 25, 2010, Ten feet short of “The Pleiades” summit in North Cascades of Washington, Dallas Kloke dislodged a coffee-table sized block that knocked him off his route. He was part of a party of five that were scrambling un-roped on 3rd/4th class terrain. His partners watched him fall 300 feet, which appeared to be fatal before they lost sight of him.

 

Dallas Kloke was a husband, father, Christ-follower, friend, climber, runner, a SRCFC member since 1992, SRCFC Board of Director Member and SRCFC Western Washington Chapter Coordinator.

 

To honor his legacy, SRCFC will be holding a 2nd Annual Dallas Kloke Memorial Work and Climb Day at Mount Erie on April 21st.

 

You can learn more and sign-up at http://www.facebook.com/events/188485034595175/.

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Dallas would be proud that folks are carrying on his legacy of work at Mt. Erie. Thanks for organizing this Calvin!

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It is impossible for most of us to go to Mt Erie and not feel the presence of Dallas at the crags. We locals fear a lot of routes will be taken over by the jungle with out

all that Kloke energy to keep things tidy. This is great way to preserve the crags and honor the man. Thanks

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