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the fargoan

Posted by the fargoan on Jul 16, 2006
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
Location: Montana, United States
City or Place: Bozeman
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Biking, Gym/Training, Hiking, Ice Climbing, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, Skiing, Social
Partner Status: Need Partners


I'm looking for partners that are interested in easy to moderate alpine routes, water ice, and just plain ole' peak bagging and backpacking. I like adventure, long trips and long days. I'm comfortable with 15 mile / 5,000 vert. ft. days on class 4 routes. My technical skill level is leading easy alpine 5th class & seconding up to 5.7 and WI 3. I don't lead on water ice yet, I have some of the skills, just not the comfort. Over the years, I've completed mountaineering, alpine rock and ice climbing courses by Montana Mountaineering Association and Montana Alpine Guides. I'm a conservative climber and solid at belaying.


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diggityMadison Range peaks?


Hi, I'm Randy and I went to Koch Yesteday w/ my dog, his feet shredded by scree on the NE side so now I would like to know if you want to bag some of the peaks out there. I will probaly look to go Tom. or Fri. Let me know.
Posted Aug 23, 2006 6:36 pm

the fargoanRe: Madison Range peaks?

the fargoan

Sorry I didn't see your comment earlier. I'd be up for climbing in the Taylor-Hilgards anytime on the weekends.
Posted Aug 26, 2006 7:19 am

mad maximusOctober

mad maximus

I will be heading to the Beartooths in Oct. I am looking at Thursday and Friday Oct 19 and 20. Its late season so conditions will be a bit harsh. Any interest?
Posted Sep 13, 2006 4:52 am

the fargoanOctober Beartooths

the fargoan

Yeah, I'm up for it. What do you have in mind?
Posted Oct 4, 2006 9:41 pm

HoffmanSki Touring
If you need a partner to do any ski touring I go atleast one day a week usally just day trips but let me know if you ever want to to bag a peak, this winter i would like to do imigrant peak, behive peak(4th of july coulior) and any other non technical peaks in the brigder/gallitin/madison range
Posted Oct 15, 2006 12:49 am

the fargoanRe: Ski Touring

the fargoan

I'm really sorry for not replying sooner, I've been neglecting sp.org lately. I'm not much of a BC skier, I mostly ski inbounds. So, I'm not very fast in 'touring mode'. November & December are my lazy months, so I'm not in great shape either. But, I'd still love to go if you're willing to take it casually. Beehive Basin would be a good warm-up to work out the kinks. Definitely, Emigrant and Beehive would be good winter climbs. I'm not sure what the conditions are like right now on either peak?
Posted Dec 8, 2006 1:40 am

What days of the week do you have off? I seek partners for weekdays mostly, but I can do a weekend sometimes. I get 4-5 days off every 4 days. I seek a partner w/ similar ability and interest. Do you also like winter mountaineering, BC skiing/camping? I hope to do some adventure ice and seek a partner. See my add about it under the partners forum.
amy (highice)

Posted Oct 16, 2006 3:45 pm

dalescoutGranite Peak


Are you interested in climbing Granite again sometime after July 20? I was within 300 feet of the summit last year but our route finding skills kept us from the summit. I am very flexible in dates. Please let me know. Thanks, Dale Carley
Posted Apr 10, 2007 4:35 pm

Bruce S.Granite

Bruce S.

Any interest in doing Granite in a day (or two) anytime betw. 7/30 & 8/4/2007? Also interested in Cowen, or Beartooth 12er of your choice.
Posted Jul 13, 2007 12:50 pm

Alcas24Any of the above


I'm in Bozeman and seriously in need of some climbing partners. I have Fri-Sat-Sun off as well as the last 2.5 weeks of August. Let me know if you would like to try and make some plans.
Posted Jul 23, 2008 1:15 am

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