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Alpine this summer and fall.

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I just moved back to the North West this summer. I am living at Mount Rainier, in Ashford Washington and working for the park service. Looking for motivated folks to get after it and enjoy being in the Mountains.


I have climbed a lot in the Tetons, Sierras, Cascades, and Bugaboos. I am solid on big alpine rock routes up to grade V. I can crag 10+, but much less if it is not a crack. I have my aid systems and big walling down. I absolutely love climbing as much 5.6 and moderate snow and ice as possible in a day. I have led AI3 but am much more timid when it comes to sustained and steep ice climbing.


Routes for this summer that I would like to do:

Rainier: Liberty Ridge, Curtis Ridge, Ptarmigan Ridge, N. Mowich face.

Hood: Anything on the North Face

Baker: Coleman Head wall

Bear Mt: Direct North Buttress

Mt Goode: megalodon ridge

S. Howser Tower: Beckey-Chouinard (and one day all along the watch tower!)


Anyway, I am open to any objectives and looking for consistent climbing partners who live near by.



Edited by Greg_Malloure

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The weather looks pretty solid this weekend, May 30th and 31st . I would love to get out and climb a route on Rainer, Baker, Shuksan, or Adam's - send me an email! at gmalloure@hotmail.com - open to any ideas.

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