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Rainier July 4th week?

Postby Monster5 » Tue May 22, 2012 5:53 pm

I'm in want of a partner or two for Rainier over the July 4th week. Partner bailed due to work - testing the interweb roulette;

Hoped to stay off the standard routes, but that'll depend on the partner. I originally planned for Kautz as a 2 day +1weather day trip.

Crevasse/glacier travel training or experience required.

pm me for info requests, interest, etc.

-Ryan
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Re: Rainier July 4th week?

Postby Josh Lewis » Tue May 22, 2012 6:34 pm

I'll probably be there later that week. Might see you there at the top, but unfortunately I'll be on some standard route. :wink:
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Re: Rainier July 4th week?

Postby Monster5 » Tue May 22, 2012 10:09 pm

See you up there! The responses came back pretty quick. Now I can't decide what to do.

I've had offers for 1) Liberty Ridge, though it sounds a bit late and dangerous (though fun) for a 4-person party with a range of experience, 2) Emmons with a well-instructed 12-person CMC party, and 3) DC with a 5-person party closer to my age group... Difficult decision. And no Kautz.
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