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  1. Free Foam - Stone Gardens Seattle

    Free Foam Update: May 3rd is the next date that Foam will be available. If you are interested email us or stop by Thursday Morning. We filled the dumpsters and hauled them off to the recycler quick last time. Stop by before 10am for the best foam. Thanks, Stone Gardens Seattle
  2. Free Foam - Stone Gardens Seattle

    Hello Cascade Climbers, We are replacing and upgrading our existing flooring starting on April 24th. As a result we will have a lot of foam and Dollamur (this is the red carpet you see in the gym, it is actually carpet glued to about 1 3/8" inch closed cell foam) We are going to recycle the foam but the Dollamur is not a recyclable product (since is two things glued together). If anyone would like either of these items they are free to have it. The Catch is that we will be removing it, putting it into dumpsters and getting rid of it right away. April 24th is the first day we start removing our old floor so if you want some you will need to get it that day. This is a phased project so there will be several more days of carpet removal for those that miss the first one. email seattle@stonegardens.com and we can fill you in more. Thanks, Stone Gardens Seattle NOTE: This is Open Cell foam pieces of various size, up to 5' x 6', and 2" to 4" thick. Think of the inside of a crash pad without the nylon cover. If you wanted to make a crash pad you would need to sew up your own nylon cover. You could make a great home gym floor but would need lots of the foam, time to cut and fit the foam to size, and possibly a carpet or nylon cover.
  3. Climb-A-Thon Fund Raiser for Index

    Selkirk-Anyone in attendance at the event is STRONGLY encouraged to donate either by entering the competition anyways, buying raffle tickets, or just donating money to the WCC. The $30 competition fee and money from raffle tickets will all go to the WCC. Jibby- Sorry about the conflict of dates, but this has been in the works for quite some time. Maybe people can go to the Warehouse and then come up here?
  4. Climb-A-Thon Fund Raiser for Index

    Index Fundraiser Climb-A-Thon on 10/17/09 Hosted at Stone Gardens Climbing Gym 2839 NW Market St Seattle, WA 98107 206.781.9828 www.stonegardens.com for more details The Climb-A-Thon- 5:30-8:30 Competitors will have 3 hours to climb as many boulder problems as possible. Each problem in the gym will be given a number and competitors will simply check that number off on their scorecard. All difficulty grades will be worth the same so everyone can compete! There will be prizes for the most number of problems climbed for male and female categories of Youth (under 18), Adult and Masters (40+)! Winners will be announced after the slideshow. Registration- starts at 4:30pm -All Competitors register the day of the competition and the pay $30 competition entry fee. -All Competitors will need to have a current Stone Gardens Waiver. Climbers under the age of 18 need to have their Waiver signed by a Parent or Legal Guardian. Raffle- All evening We will be selling raffle tickets throughout the evening for $5 each or 6 tickets for $25 or 15 tickets for $50. There will be lots of prizes to be won, so make sure to buy a bunch! Slideshow- 8:45-9:45 Local hardman Steve Swenson will be talking about a recent trip to India and cool routes in the Karakorum. Free beer for 21 years of age and older. Come to Stone Gardens on Saturday October 17, 2009 for the WCC official fundraising kick-off event to help purchase the Lower Town Wall at Index!
  5. Stone Gardens Drytool Wall

    Stone Gardens is proud to open our dry-tooling wall again! The routes are on our outdoor wall. Right now we have 3 routes M5-M7 and will get easier and harder routes up soon. Come lead or top-rope (must have passed our belay and/or lead/lead belay tests), rain or shine, night or day (bring a headlamp for night climbing!). Call the gym for more information at 206.781.9828. RULES: • Check in with front desk staff before climbing • Top rope belayers, lead climbers and belayers must have passed appropriate Stone Gardens Test • Climbers and belayers must wear helmets • Eye and face protection is strongly encouraged • Belayers must stand out of tool drop zone • Spectators must stand well away from wall • Be careful with tool placements, save the wall! • If wall becomes damaged from tools or boots we may have to put an end to dry tooling here • NO CRAMPONS ALLOWED • NO MOUNTAIN BOOTS ALLOWED • Please wear rock shoes or light approach shoes • Tool only on holds, do not tool into t-nut holes or plywood base plates • Do not hook arêtes • Refrain from dynamic placements • Report any rope damage or other incidents • Have fun!
  6. SG Drytool Wall

    The Dry Tool Wall is now closed for the season. Thanks to everyone who came out and made use of it! We have new regular rock routes up, so come check them out!
  7. Seattle Ice Fest- December 13, 2008

    Photos are up! http://stonegardens.com/images/IceFest2008/index.htm
  8. Seattle Ice Fest- December 13, 2008

    Thanks to everyone who made this event possible and who came out that night! Here are the Finals results and we will upload pictures to our site soon. Results Make sure to come back, we will be adding more routes on the outdoor wall soon!
  9. Seattle Ice Fest- December 13, 2008

    Stoke! The weather looks not so good this Sat, so come on down! We just ordered the Islander Pale ale and Nightwatch from Maritime. The route setters have some sick ideas, so it promises to be a great event. As Dave said, it's first come first serve to compete, so make sure you get here early to sign up! Call our front desk with any quesitons (206.781.9828)
  10. Seattle Ice Fest- December 13, 2008

    Good point Alex. I should have mentioned that if you are climbing in the finals, you cannot drink beer (until after you climb ). -SG
  11. Seattle Ice Fest- December 13, 2008

    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 5p-7p QUALIFIERS (To compete in the finals, you must qualify) 7p Slideshow/Tap the keg! ~8p FINALS! Top 10 men and women from qualifiers See you all there!
  12. Seattle Ice Fest- December 13, 2008

    Don, it is technically a free event, but everyone is strongly encouraged to buy raffle tickets, especially if you are doing the comp or drinking beer. The stuff we will be raffling is sweet and the money is going to the Access Fund, so hopefully folks won't be shy about buying tickets.
  13. Seattle Ice Fest- December 13, 2008

    SEATTLE ICE FEST! December 13, 2008 5-10pm Stone Gardens 2839 NW Market St Seattle, WA 98107 *Come demo tools from BD, Petzl and DMM! *Try different ice screws in a massive ice block! *Gear swap table- buy/sell/trade gear with other climbers! *Kegs from Maritime *Buy raffle tickets- tons of prizes! *All proceeds go to the Ryan Triplett Memorial Fund *Dry Tool comp! Qualifier and Finals routes. *Slideshow from Dylan Johnson and Chad Kellogg The fine print: -everyone in the gym must have a waiver signed -beer only for 21+: suggested donation for beer is $5
  14. SG Drytool Wall

    Stone Gardens is proud to open our dry-tooling wall again! The routes are on our outdoor wall. Right now we have 3 routes M5-M7 and will get easier and harder routes up soon. Come lead or top-rope (must have passed our belay and/or lead/lead belay tests), rain or shine, night or day (bring a headlamp for night climbing!). Call the gym for more information at 206.781.9828. RULES: • Check in with front desk staff before climbing • Top rope belayers, lead climbers and belayers must have passed appropriate Stone Gardens Test • Climbers and belayers must wear helmets • Eye and face protection is strongly encouraged • Belayers must stand out of tool drop zone • Spectators must stand well away from wall • Be careful with tool placements, save the wall! • If wall becomes damaged from tools or boots we may have to put an end to dry tooling here • NO CRAMPONS ALLOWED • NO MOUNTAIN BOOTS ALLOWED • Please wear rock shoes or light approach shoes • Tool only on holds, do not tool into t-nut holes or plywood base plates • Do not hook arêtes • Refrain from dynamic placements • Report any rope damage or other incidents • Have fun! Stay tuned for more info on dry tool events...
  15. Used Climbing Holds for Sale

    Stone Gardens is selling old climbing holds for $1.50 each. We have lots of them and some are in pretty decent shape. Stop by the gym and take a look, no shipping. If you want to buy a lot of holds contact the general manager at info@stonegardens.com and we can set something up. Thanks, Stone Gardens The Climbers Gym
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