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Old 11-12-2007, 12:35 PM   #11
Jay Cohen
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Default WFR Climber

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Originally Posted by David Aguasca View Post
yael,

yeah, it's super important. WFR is actually part of the core curriculum for my major....lucky me : )
David, last December I spent a week in Red Rock with Matt Erpelding, a professional guide with American Alpine Institute out of Washington.

When he's not guiding, he teaches the WFR courses around the country.

Since you're a climber and at some point taking the WFR, his email is:

materp@experientialadventures.com

Very cool guy, great climber.

Just thought this might interest you.
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