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Alisse
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Weekday ski/alpine partners
« on: 05/08/19, 01:39 PM »

Hello, I'm not working regularly this spring/summer, and I am looking for more partners for weekday adventures.

I've been climbing for 8 years and backcountry skiing for 4 (I recently got back to WA from a half-season in Alta). I have taken the AIARE 1 and companion rescue courses and WFR courses. I'm happy to tell you more about my mountain experience (and hear about yours).

Here are some example objectives I have on my list for the next few months: Fuhrer Finger on Rainier, White Salmon Glacier on Shuksan, N Ridge of Baker, Watson and Isolation Traverses, Logan, Daniel, Chimney Rock, Overcoat, Fernow, Cathedral.....I'm also hoping to spend a few weeks in Squamish later in the summer.

I think I am in the middle on the risk-taking spectrum and it's important to me that our fitness levels and senses of humor work together.

Let me know if you want to talk more/meet up to see if we can climb/ski together!

 

Alisse

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