Forums Split Partners Wanted looking for riding partners
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    pgonzales126
    5 Posts

    looking for riding partners in central cal area

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    OAM805
    6 Posts

    i live in san luis obispo where you at?
    and where do you usually ride

    #639152
    tahoeripper
    8 Posts

    I’ll hike the central sierras. Still tons of snow. I’m in monterey. I mostly ride in north tahoe

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    tedhestilow
    2 Posts

    Hey I’m in the North Sacramento area looking for people to ride tahoe with. tedhestilow@yahoo.com if anyone is looking for another splitter. I am a pretty good rider and spent just a little bit of time on my splitboard last year but, i really want to spend more time in the backcountry this winter so anyone can hit me up whenever if they want to link up.

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    tedhestilow
    2 Posts

    Hey I’m in the North Sacramento area looking for people to ride tahoe with. tedhestilow@yahoo.com if anyone is looking for another splitter. I am a pretty good rider and spent just a little bit of time on my splitboard last year but, i really want to spend more time in the backcountry this winter so anyone can hit me up whenever if they want to link up.

    #639155
    Matttsr36
    4 Posts

    I’m a split newbee located in Fresno, looking for other interested splitboarders in cent. California. A little bit about me… I did my first backcountry trip this last summer up Mt. Shasta (boot pack with crampons and a solid board). A friend of mine who is an experienced mountaineer and backcountry skier took me up. I recently invested in my first split. I am currently doing some self educated avalanche safety reading and will, hopefully, soon be heading out to get an “in the field” avalanche class. I am also currently a practicing EMT. I would like to try to get a group of local spliters together and form a list. Maybe sit down over a cup of coffee and get to know each other. Figure out each others intentions, skill level and avalanche safety level.

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