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Long Shot: Alpine Climbing in Canadian Rockies this summer

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yeshe parks · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Sep 2015 · Points: 20

So I’m keen to head up to the Canadian rockies this summer and do some moderate faces and maybe some ‘entry level’ hard climbs(super long days, bivys, moderate to bad rock, terrible bushwhacking) . maybe long trip or few shorter ones.Looking for a partner now to get to know see if good fit climbing together and similar objectives(around ABQ or in colorado). Hit me up if this interests anyone at all. 

Kai Parker · · Flagstaff, AZ · Joined Sep 2017 · Points: 0

I’m definitely interested. What time in the summer?

Curt Haire · · leavenworth, wa · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 1

you've peaked my interest.   I have some small history in the rockies:  Robson, Assiniboine, Mt Sir Donald, + Bugaboos & Leaning Towers.  have some success with long days, bivvies, and dogturdite.  age could be a dealbreaker - i'm likely old enough to be your dad if not your grandad, so gettin' kinda slow...   if that doesn't put you off, I'll be traveling from Santa Fe to Idaho the first week of April - we might arrange a meetup.  you can respond to


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