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looking for some partners to get out and climb with throughout the winter, particularly people I can learn some fundamentals from in the way of ice/mixed. Although I'm happy leading rock up to 5.8 I haven't done much in the way of swinging tools. Last winter I had several trips on the volcanoes and some other smaller peaks. This year, I'd like to start working on steeper, more technical routes. As far as ideas, NBC on colchuck has my interest, as does a variety of stuff on in the stuart range. Anything on Hood, etc etc. just a couple ideas and open to a lot more. I'm located in Seattle and work weekdays until February. Let me know if your interested at any point this winter.


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