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Steve Marr

WA Climbing Partners

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I'm trying to make the most of being a temp geo-bachelor, and would like to get as much climbing in this summer before the family returns to WA. I've been climbing for several years, so I've collected all the gear - just not able to get out as consistently as I would like anymore. I'm not climbing very hard, so if anyone is interested in moderate trad and looking for a partner, please let me know. Thanks.

 

Steve

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Anyone looking for a climbing partner for this upcoming weekend (June 26-27)? Interested in moderate trad, but would be up for just about anything. Thanks.

 

Steve

steve.marr125@gmail.com

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Hi,

I'm looking to do some climbing this weekend. I have a small trad rack if you want to combine and do some multi-pitch stuff. I have experience in the Cascades and Olympics, I'd be willing to lead 5.7 on gear at this point, should be able to follow 5.10. I've been doing a lot of stuff at the gym but haven't got out too much this year yet.

 

Jacob

Bremerton

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Steve,

 

I set a goal a while back to climb the 5 volcanoes in Washington State and I am down to the last one - Glacier Peak. It involves a fairly long approach (8 miles) but fairly simple glacier travel. I have been planning for the 9-10-11 of July and a number of the people that thought they could go are unable to. Are you interested in such an adventure?

 

Jim Carney

jimc@willapabay.org

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Hey Jim I got the time I believe and would be down. I'm 29 experienced. live in washngton. Let me know.

Cheers

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Topher,

 

If you are interested in going I am interested in having the company. Time is short. send an email to jimc@willapabay.org and I will send what details I have.

 

Jim

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