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practice on the ground

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I am recovering from arm surgery, and trying to get "back up on the horse" so to speak. Which climbing areas near Seattle will afford good places to practice placing a variety of pro while standing on the ground?

 

Thanks for your help! I need to regain some skills, and want to do what I can to have a good season this year.

 

 

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The first climbing area at Little Si (Exit 32) has a few cracks that you could spend a couple of hours dinking around on. Plus you get a nice hike out of it too.

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Also, INdex has lots of stuff. Not so much the LTW, which will be crowded anyway, but go out to toxic shock area or private idaho.

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