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Team Brat

LONG TERM PARTNERS!!

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Hey everyone! I am interested in finding 1, possibly 2 long term mountaineering partners for this year and beyond. I've been climbing for 4 years now. I am 34 and would like to think im in the best shape of my life :) I have all the necessary gear for a day hike, or a 4-5 day exped/climb. I currently live in central Washington and I don't have an issue with meeting or picking someone up along they way, as long as it isn't too far out of the way of course. I have multiple climbs of Hood, Adams, St Helens, Rainier, as well as a few short day hikes/climbs. I would like to add Baker, Shasta and dragontail to my list this year :) If interested, send me a message through CC, or my personal email at--- lovebcandyr1@gmail.com

 

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Are you looking at rock or ice routes (e.g., north ridge of Baker, Serpentine Ridge of Dragontail)?

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For now, I would say ice. Our plan, depending on weather, would be the colchuck route on Dragontail. I see you've been up in that area as well, any advice? I think we will be up there in late march.

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