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  1. WooooOOOOooOOooo Waka! Thank you, guys! I'm so fired up to be out there.
  2. This is all great insight, thank you! Bummer to about Olympic mountaineering business, it seems like a tricky bid in Port Angeles. Any chance you know if the folks who ran it are still around? I wondering if the gym is still up, just shuttered. Hurricane ridge looks beautiful, the town looks beautiful, it all looks beautiful. Cool to hear such positivity from a former local. Let me know if you end up moving back! Thanks again!
  3. Port Angeles winter training/climbing community?

    Unfortunately, that seems to be the case. (re. rock) but it looks beautiful! Thanks for the insight!
  4. Hey All! I'm moving to the PA area this January and, of course, upon receiving the job offer, ferociously googled local climb-ability. I realize that it's winter so (dry rock) trips outdoors on the weekends are a no go for the time being and it seems like there aren't any gyms in the area. I lack the resources to invest in ice gear this winter and I'll be living in communal/rented housing thus don't have a great opportunity to build a woody. I'm psyched to be in the region for so many reasons and know that there is plenty of recreating to be done BUT worried about lack of local gym/climbing community. For those of you who live on the Olympic peninsula - what's it like? What do you do for training in the winter months (if you're not ice climbing)? maybe you would share your woodies and/or friendship with me?Thanks for any input!
  5. Hey All! I'm moving to the PA area this January and, of course, upon receiving the job offer, ferociously googled local climb-ability. I realize that it's winter so (dry rock) trips outdoors on the weekends are a no go for the time being and it seems like there aren't any gyms in the area. I lack the resources to invest in ice gear this winter and I'll be living in communal/rented housing thus don't have a great opportunity to build a woody. I'm psyched to be in the region for so many reasons and know that there is plenty of recreating to be done BUT worried about lack of local gym/climbing community. For those of you who live on the Olympic peninsula - what's it like? What do you do for training in the winter months (if you're not ice climbing)? maybe you would share your woodies and/or friendship with me?Thanks for any input!
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