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Unread 04-03-2006, 09:52 PM
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heya, i'm going to be in Iksan in May 2006 for 10 days and am lookin for a climbin partner. am happy leading up to 5.10a on gear (altho my useless tendon is making it more of a 5.7 at the mo) and am addicted to sea cliffs. is there anyone around who climbs regularly and wants to make a weekend of it?

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depends on when

I have off Thurs 12:30- Mon 11:30 (and have already had to cancel one class for mini-epic). . . I'm fairly close to Iksan (1/2 hour) and know the area pretty well. I have a wedding in late May, but let me know your schedule and availability if you're interested. If you have the time, I have the sea-cliffs
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hey toni,
i live in kunsan about a 1/2 hour away and will be up for climbing during the week after work and on the weekends. there's a crag just north of iksan that's not listed here yet that we can check out, or we could road trip somewhere else. another thought is taking a weekend trip to jejudo for the sea cliff climbing. some folks here have talked about a trip down there this spring. OR...there are climbs out on seonyudo island west of kunsan (2hr ferry) that i really want to check out. that would be a lot cheaper, closer, and beautiful camping.
what dates will you be in the area?
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Thanks lads, i've only just realised how to check the replies. Am being a bit of a techno-phobe at the mo and thought no one was answering my post. doh.

will be in touch closer to the time. am there 20 may till 30th, i'm visiting a non-climbing pal who i'm trying to get into the sport. it all looks great tho. ricardo, which cascades did you climb in? i did ursehole major near banff last year (multipitch waterfall) and it was incredible (specially for november- got a bit slushy in the afternoon!!!).

have fun and enjoy the spring.
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ps, ricky i have all the gear under the sun!
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I have never left Korea, but to the best of my knowledge the only Cascades are from Mts. Lassen and Shasta in the South to Mt. Rainier in the North. All of the peaks further North in Washington and Southern BC are oft referred to as the North Cascades, but still belong to the Cascade range proper.

Banff is usually considered to be in the Canadian Rockies.
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Seonyudo is looks beautiful! I wanna just go and sit on the beach!
How do I get there?
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Dam,

Seonyudo looks awsome I would love to tag along. Oh Bye the way I found out that my new job is like 9-5 M-F so let me know when you are going to do this one Rick.

Talk at you later

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Seonyudo does indeed look beautiful. I see boulders on the beach! Do you think Dave will come? Paul? Kim-Lee?
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