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Unread 10-16-2005, 06:00 PM
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Exclamation About Posting Upcoming Trips

Three quick notes about posting upcoming trips:
  1. Please post the date in the thread title.
  2. Just post details about one trip in a thread. If you post about 2 different weekend trips (for example) in the same thread, it will be difficult for people find the information.
  3. If you are definitely taking a trip, post it in the calendar so it will be easy to see.
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unfortunately i didnt read this advice before i posted a thread... and now have many complaints about my thread only mentioning saturday and is somewhat confusing! however i dont know how to delete the thread... any tips?
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Aconcagua Dec/early Jan '10/11

Hello to those of you I may and those I dont.

I am going to be traveling and studying in Latin America for the next 1/2 year. I hope to climb the Polish direct route on Aconcagua at years end. I want the team to be small, experienced (although rope proficiency/ice/glacial skills a plus) Depending on the team, I am open to potentialy more difficult routes, but do not want to experience a "walk up" on this trip. PLease hit me up with any q's info, etc, that you may have on the trip. Should be a beauty of a route in an amazing part of the world!!!

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Chuseok (extended) holiday

OK, looks like this semester I'll have the massive Chuseok holiday (Sept 29-Oct 10). I'd love to put together a massive road trip, with climbing, culture. . . and whatnot.

Anyone interested? Where are you and when are you available?

I have a 5-seatbelt vehicle. I have all basic equipment for trad/sport and tents/camping equipment for a few extra people.

Anyone interested, let me know. When are you available? Where are you coming from?
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