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Alex Krawarik

ALEX KRAWARIK has been climbing rock and ice throughout the world for fourteen years. He has done routes in the Alaska Range, the Canadian Rockies, the Alps, and the Cascades. While attending college in New York State, Alex served as the director of the climbing program for the Syracuse University Outing Club and wrote a small guide to Central New York ice climbs. On moving to the Pacific Northwest in 1993, he began climbing ice in the Cascades and took annual week-long trips to the Canadian Rockies and the British Columbia interior. There he climbed such classics as Weeping Wall, Murchison Falls, Synchronicity, and the Professor. Here in Washington, Alex has been instrumental in reviving interest in local ice climbing by evangelizing and by exploring new ice climbing areas. When not out climbing, he works as a technical writer/software developer in the computer industry.