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Western Alps


Nikman

Posted by Nikman on Sep 17, 2007
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
City or Place: 46.13417° / 7.55859°
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Mountaineering, Skiing
Partner Status: Will accept Partners

Description

I am living near Stuttgart (S-W-part of Germany) and did many 4000m peaks in Switzerland, Italy and France with skies in winter or alpine style in the summer.

I am looking for partners, who are interested in weekend-trips, long weekend-trips or even a short-time holiday going to the western alps.

1. Ski-mountaineering Feb. - May
2. Mountaineering from June - Sept.

Your ideas for possible targets are welcome.

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mariateresaWeekend trip.

mariateresa

Dear Nick,
Iam a kenyan lady,a mountain guide by proffession .I will be in Germany from april-july 2010 and would love to do a bit of hiking.Is it possible to connect with you when iam there??
Posted Jan 18, 2010 5:29 am

MFMDRI want to join you

MFMDR

Hi! This is Marcos Fernandez de Moya from Spain. I am a snowboarder with some experience in climbing mountains to descend snowboarding. You can see the mountains I´ve climbed here: www.mountainsnowboarder.blogspot.com
I am always looking for partners, so we could do something together. These are my dates and some suggestions:
1) March 17th, 18th and 19th. Pyrenees: Tuc de Molières (3010m), Punta Senyalada (2951m), Tuc del Milh (2802m).

2) March 30th till April 9th. Balkans: Musala (2925m), Olympus (2918m), Vihren (2914m), Todorka (2746m).

3) April 28th till May 2nd. Alps: Mont Blanc (4808m).

4) August, A option. Andes: Plomo (5424m), Tronador (3491m), Lanín (3776m), Llaima (3215m), Lonquimay (2865m), Michimahuida (2404m).

5) August, B option. Pamir: Lenin (7134m).

Of course, these plans can be modified to meet your plans. I need a partner desperately. If you want me to join you, write to marcos.fernandezdemoya@gmail.com
Posted Feb 27, 2012 7:01 pm

 
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