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mushroom


Sep 20, 2011, 8:01 PM
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northern cascades national park
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Excuse me if I have the name wrong. Its the wine talking.

Is this the place to go to in the NW USA for alpine routes and motivated communities? If not where is? Im interested in learning more about the NW. I've only passed through Portland to Seattle. It was rad.

I like long trad adventures and alpine waterice telemarking w/ kites. com type stuff. Does Washington/Oregon compliment or inhibit this behavior?

As a reward ill tip you off on the primoprimo(primo) waterfall ice in Wyoming.

If you're like everyone else who responds: thank you!

Nick


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mushroom wrote:
Excuse me if I have the name wrong. Its the wine talking.

Is this the place to go to in the NW USA for alpine routes and motivated communities? If not where is? Im interested in learning more about the NW. I've only passed through Portland to Seattle. It was rad.

I like long trad adventures and alpine waterice telemarking w/ kites. com type stuff. Does Washington/Oregon compliment or inhibit this behavior?

As a reward ill tip you off on the primoprimo(primo) waterfall ice in Wyoming.

If you're like everyone else who responds: thank you!

Nick

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"When you do trad climb nobody change the rock to be more accessible to people, just people who train to be ready to go for it with the rock. And the thing about trad climbing which is like, okay, you have to be strong in your body, but you have to be strong in your mind."
-Didier Berthod

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Jesus Nick, you must be trashed. Ive climbed with you and your plenty sharp minded.

try here
http://www.nps.gov/noca/index.htm

Try re posting here in the regional PWN in a bit more understandable format
http://www.rockclimbing.com/.../gforum.cgi?forum=9;

an here on MP.com.
http://mountainproject.com/...-northwest/105795213


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mushroom wrote:
Excuse me if I have the name wrong. Its the wine talking.

Is this the place to go to in the NW USA for alpine routes and motivated communities? If not where is? Im interested in learning more about the NW. I've only passed through Portland to Seattle. It was rad.

I like long trad adventures and alpine waterice telemarking w/ kites. com type stuff. Does Washington/Oregon compliment or inhibit this behavior?

As a reward ill tip you off on the primoprimo(primo) waterfall ice in Wyoming.

If you're like everyone else who responds: thank you!

Nick

No, North Cascades NP is the place. Pick up Fred Beckey's guidebooks, then spend the rest of your life trying to catch up.


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