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Old 12-11-2013, 10:08 PM   #1
EagleO-10
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XC Ski and Beginner Ice Climb

I've got a friend coming in with no ice-climbing experience. We're looking for somewhere where we can xc-ski a few miles in, throw our stuff down, make a "base camp" and set up some fun little top-rope ice climbs that we can mess around on for the day (Pitchoff-esque). Nothing crazy, just enough to sink some ice tools in to. I can't think of anywhere off the top of my head where we could get the skiing and quiet backcountry ice climbing. Any suggestions?
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