Nepal 'trekking' peak
Posted by tseren on Nov 24, 2012
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Dates: Mar 7, 2013 through May 5, 2013
City or Place: Nepal
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Mountaineering, Skiing
Partner Status: Need Partners
My name is TJ Seren. Im a 27 y/o male looking for a partner for some climbing in Nepal. I will be there from March 7- may 6. I do not have a partner as of now and therefore have not decided which 'trekking' peak i want to get a permit for. i would like to climb somewhere in or near the everest region, since i didnt make it out that way last time i was in nepal, but i am open to most anything. If I am going alone, i will only be able to afford a group B trekking peak, and will be climbing something very straightforward and non-technical. if i can find a partner or two or three to split the permit costs with, then i am open to a group B or A trekking peak and something a bit more challenging/technical. Another idea i had was to try to bring my split snowboard and do some ski mountaineering on mera peak. I have been snowboarding for the past 15 years, with 12 of those being primarily in the backcountry. I have been riding my splitboard for the past 6 winters. If these plans sound good to you and you need a partner, let me know!! hope to hear from my new climbing partner soon!!! WAHOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Climbing/snowboarding skills & experience:
- completed a NOLS mountaineering course in the indian himalaya in 2008
- 20 years of hiking and 7 years of alpine climbing & scrambling experience in the north cascades of Washington state.
- AIARE level 1 & 2 avalanche certified
- safety concious
*please only respond if you have atleast a basic foundation of mountaineering skills and are a safe, thoughtful climber.
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