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AubreyG

Midweek Climbing

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I'm looking for some midweek climbers (funky work schedule) for gym climbing (VW membership) and more importantly, outdoor climbing once the weather warms up. For sport climbing, I'll lead up to .10a, follow up to .10c(?). I'm just starting to get into multi-pitch trad climbing and have a modest rack and would love to find some other climbers who are interested in climbing longer, easy trad routes, or more seasoned climbers who are interested in mentoring a noobie trad climber. I've led up to 5.7 trad.

 

 

I periodically have 3-4 days off during the middle of the week, and would be interested in going out to Leavenworth, Squamish, Smith or any other climbing area which is within a reasonable driving distance. Have a car (with not-so-awesome gas mileage). If you're interested, get in touch!

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Hi,

I also have few mid week days off with a funky work schedule, looking for partners outdoor climbing. I have followed quite a bit for many years sport/trad/multi-pitch. Have trad rack, just getting brave leading trad at low levels at this point, but hoping to progress quite a bit this year. Can follow 10's, Live in Bellingham, but have been getting out quite a bit this winter climbing outside. Lets chat about it. ~Keri

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