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Southeast Region Volunteer Wall of Fame

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Contact

It's easy to get in touch with your Regional Coordinator, or the Club.

Read Southeast Regional Coordinator Lisa Hummel's bio on the Staff page or email her at lhummel@americanalpineclub.org

Email the Club's offices in Golden at info@americanalpineclub.org

Give the Club a call at (303) 384-0110


Volunteer Wall of Fame

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Keith Nangle in Patagonia.jpgKeith Nangle

Member Since / Volunteer Since: 1999 / 2008

Home Crag: Moore's Wall

Favorite Places to Climb: Linville Gorge, Canmore, Tetons, South of France

Climbing Claim to Fame: ..."earned the undying love and respect of my partners by dropping a pack with most of our food, water, and clothing off of the second belay on the Snake Dike!"

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Dan McCracken.jpgDanny McCracken

Member Since / Volunteer Since: 2005 / 2009

Home Crag: Moore's Wall

Favorite Places to Climb: Moore's Wall, Red Rocks, Linville Gorge

Climbing Claim to Fame: "None." [Ed.: This is, of course, not true, but Danny is modest.]

 

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Brigitte Weston on Baker - Cropped copy.jpgBrigitte Weston

Member Since / Volunteer Since: Brigitte has been volunteering since 2008

Home Crag: Moore's Wall via Cougar Canyon in Canmore, AB...prior to that Marche les Dames in Belgium!

Favorite Places to Climb: Dentelles de Montmirail, Verdon Gorge, les Calanques, Fountainbleau, Canmore, AB, Linville Gorge, Stone Mountain, Table Mountain, Looking Glass

Climbing Claim to Fame: "Sadly I have no claim to fame besides this volunteer wall of fame—for feeding 30 - 40 hungry climbers in one evening. I was a late bloomer, having climbed once outdoors (just outside of Ottawa, Canada) in 1983 (plus three years of caving) and then not again until I moved to Belgium in 1998 where I climbed on weekends along the Meuse river or at Fountainbleau just outside of Paris. I started my first Alpine adventure (summiting Mt Baker) in 2010. My claim to community service was rescuing a fellow climber/trekker from the Patagonia icefield (Argentina) down through the glaciated Marconi pass to Rio Electrico where we were met by a local rescue party  (excellently organized by Fitzroy Expeditions) who assisted us to El Chalten."

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