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rocketparrotlet

Climbing partner for crags, alpine rock/glacier

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I'm looking for a climbing partner for any type of climbing. My dad is moving away soon, and I will need to meet some people to go climbing with. I am interested in all types of climbing. I know basic skills such as following/leading on rock and z-pulley on glacier. I have been practicing leading at Index; I can lead up to 5.7 and follow up to 5.9. I'd love to meet up with some new people, I'm open to climbing suggestions! I love both the crags and alpine settings.

 

I am 16, and I do not yet have a license, so I'll pitch in for gas money wherever we go. I have basic climbing equipment and a moderate rack. PM me or email me at geckozoo@gmail.com if interested.

 

Thanks,

Mark

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