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GoingRichter
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2017 Alpental side country buddy
« on: 01/08/17, 10:41 AM »

I have a season pass to Summit and  I'm looking for side and back country buddies.    I have BC gear.  I work M-F but often have half-days and days off in the mid week.   I can't say if I'm an expert (some days i feel like it and some, not so much) but I'll ski anything and do drops up to 20ft.   I am experienced in exploring and navigating through terrain. 
Thanks.  Email, text or call.   856 217 6698
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Re: 2017 Alpental side country buddy
« Reply #1 on: 01/08/17, 01:12 PM »

Shouldn't be difficult to follow one of the hundreds of
groups departing from the source lake dog park trail.
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Re: 2017 Alpental side country buddy
« Reply #2 on: 01/10/17, 12:05 PM »

I'm at Alpy every Wednesday mornings and most weekends.  I often ride the side country in the morning and find people I know to ride with at the resort because I like to have consistent partners, where i know their skill set and mind set.

That said if you or other are interested in getting some turns with a SplitBoarder PM me. 
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