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I live in Cedar Crest near Albuquerque and am looking for backpackers, hikers to explore this incredible area with. My favorite places are the Pecos Wilderness, Gila, and the San Juans in Southern Colorado. Also make an annual trek to the bottom of the Grand Canyon in Feb or March. Let me know if your interested in getting together for some adventures.
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I am from Kansas, but hike in NM and southern CO (Sangres, especially) fairly regularly, often solo. So I might be interested in talking about possibilities.

I am a middle-aged male...if that fits what you might be looking for in a hiking partner, you could pm me and we could talk about it.
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I spent most of last summer in the San Juans, and expect to spend a large part of next summer down there. Let me know if you're interested in exploring with a botanist. You'd have to be fairly comfortable with off-trail exploration.

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Hi all, I'm new here, but am looking for a hiking partner(s).

Come early summer and I'll be a newly minted, and not to mention highly restless/fun-deprived veterinarian. It looks like I'll have at least 1 month (June 2014) of freedom prior to starting specialty training. I'm interested in exploring the west/southwest, so this thread caught my attention. I'd say I'm at a pretty intermediate skill/experience level- at least capable enough to have survived a solo trip or two.

Anyways, not sure what sort of timing you folks are looking at, but I'd be interested to hear more, if you don't mind the veterinarian's inability to resist gawking at all the wildlife :cool:

Suppose I should add that I'm a 25 year old guy in Missouri, and not really particular about who I hike with. I've hiked with a significantly older group in the past, and some of them left me in the dust, but in general I'm pretty flexible with my pace.
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Yoh Vet, you realize there be a Jayhawker here already, right?

In Burque have you checked out the New Mexico Mt. Club or local Sierra Club Chapter?
Otherwise cruise your low rider through Espanola on a Friday night and pick up Sinaloans good with Banda.

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Oh no, I'd better abandon ship--I know better than to take advice from a Jayhawker  :p Hah I am a big Mizzou fan, but I do my best not to get caught up in the whole Kansas hatred thing (although sometimes it's difficult to avoid).
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