BC partner

Discussion in 'Touring Partners' started by Chadlukenbill, Nov 25, 2020.

  1. Hey, all!

    I just moved into the Clark Fork/Sandpoint area and I am on the search for some touring partners. Happy to drive to other locations. I am working weekends on the Schweitzer NASTAR course but free to tour M-F. I am into everything from chill tours to some big mtn ascents. I will definitely be getting into some bigger stuff in the Cabinets when spring starts to show up. I have been to AIARE 1 and 2 plus a few other schools. Currently scheduled for avalanche rescue early next month with Selkirk pow guides. Anyone up for some type 2/3 fun? Also, sadly I have no sled and I don't think I will for this season.

    Chad
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  2. Currently working on the east coast, but will be back late December. I will be off all of January and could probably squeeze in a few weekday trips with you.
  3. They have skiing out East?
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  4. PowderPanda

    PowderPanda Staff Member

    Location:
    Liberty Lake, WA
    :D:D LoL
  5. Ha! Just work for me.
  6. sundog

    sundog

    Location:
    Spokane
    [Hey Chad. I'm based out of sandpoint this winter and I often hit the Schweitzer side country but would love to do some longer exploring up the pack river or cabinets. Just let me know when you're up for a tour,
    Greg

    quote="Chadlukenbill, post: 8909, member: 1768"]Hey, all!
    I just moved into the Clark Fork/Sandpoint area and I am on the search for some touring partners. Happy to drive to other locations. I am working weekends on the Schweitzer NASTAR course but free to tour M-F. I am into everything from chill tours to some big mtn ascents. I will definitely be getting into some bigger stuff in the Cabinets when spring starts to show up. I have been to AIARE 1 and 2 plus a few other schools. Currently scheduled for avalanche rescue early next month with Selkirk pow guides. Anyone up for some type 2/3 fun? Also, sadly I have no sled and I don't think I will for this season.

    Chad[/quote]
  7. POW HEAD

    POW HEAD

    Location:
    Hayden
    There's a reason most of best skiers/boarders I've ever met are from the East Coast...when you have to ski
    crap most of the time, it's easy everywhere else.
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  8. PowderPanda

    PowderPanda Staff Member

    Location:
    Liberty Lake, WA

    LMAO :D:D
  9. Damn straight, born from ice. Grew up in upstate NY, the worst days here were/are our epic days.
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  10. POW HEAD

    POW HEAD

    Location:
    Hayden
    Lived in CO for 16 years prior to here, so a bit spoiled. There are "some" icy/dicey days here, but not a lot.
    Snow density here makes back country/resort side country/resort much less sketchy to what I was once
    used to though. Wind doesn't blow snow around as much here also.
    Have great season man!

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