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PBRstreetgang

New to the area, getting back into climbing

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Hi I just moved here in september ago and wanted to get back into climbing. At one point i used to live in the yosemite area but I havent climbed in about 5 years or so but was doing 5.10, I mainly climbed slab/friction some sport and trad. I guessing I can only do about 5.8 or so right now. Locally I want to get into sport and whatever else is around and really want to get in to more alpine type stuff plus do some volcanos. I have a truck and a rope and some other gear and live in Capitol Hill. Also i was a licenced EMT,work in helthcare and workign on getting an RN I would be greatly thankful. I am also male, 27, and off work tues. wed. and thurs.

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