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  1. Hey! I am flying into Spokane on Tuesday 7/17. I am going to be around for a week in Spokane. It would be nice to check out some the local crags if anyone needs a partner for sport or trad. I have draws, a double rack, and a rope. I am going be driving to Squamish around 7/23 for three weeks if anyone needs a ride. My general plan is just to drive up to Squamish but would be more than happy to hit up some of the wonderful climbing areas in Washington. Index, Leavenworth, Washington Pass, or Mazama for some fun mulit-pitch or cragging if anyone is looking for a partner. Also would be open to bouldering at any of these fabulous areas. I am pretty flexible with my goals for this trip. Need a belay on your project? Want to do a route that requires a lot of hiking that your friends cringe at the thought of doing? Want to hit up some lesser known crags? Developing/cleaning new routes and need some help with the grunt work? I can lead 5.8/5.9 on granite cracks and mid-5.10 on quartzite gear face routes. -5.11 on bolts. Thanks! Tyler
  2. Climbing Partner

    I'm looking to do some day or half day weekend cragging or alpine routes within range of Kirkland. I've been climbing for 10+ years but with kids, I haven't got out much in the last few years. I'm good to lead up to 5.10a and have a rack and all the stuff. I also have a somewhat flexible work schedule so I could do weekday dawn patrols at Index or 32/38.
  3. I'm in Coupeville until July 7, am new to rock climbing and looking for a partner. I'm an excellent belayer, understand top rope systems, sport routes, and cleaning trad routes. I have a harness, shoes, helmet, a few lockers & non-lockers, ATC, but no rope or slings, etc. I have a flexible schedule.
  4. I've been climbing for 15 years, I lead climb Trad / Sport 5.8 - 5.11 mostly. Looking for someone to climb with in Western Washington, my climbing partner moved and I need to get on the rock. I live in Anacortes near Mt. Erie, I can meet up anywhere from Bellingham to the Cascades down to Hwy 2 and to Eastern, WA on the weekends. broberts.spatialagent@gmail.com
  5. for sale All sold

    1 - NEW W/tags Women's Scarpa Crux approach shoes - size 39.5 SOLD Never worn outside. $55 -- this is the best price you'll find for this shoe new! Local (Seattle) pickup or buyer pays shipping. 2 - Women's Scarpa Techno X rock shoes - size 39.5 Lace-up rock shoes, great for trad routes! An OutdoorGearLab TOP PICK! I wore these on a few multipitches in 2016, loved them except..they are just too damned tight for me and after a pitch or two, my feet would be in too much pain. Soles are in great shape, lots and lots of life in these!! $50 you pick up. Message or call/text me at 360-224-7783 Thanks for looking! Alisse
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