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fearlessclimber


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Looking for some climbing partners for the phoenix area preferably, but anywhere in az is fine. I climb sprot and trad. let me know if you want to come climb

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I always need pards; non-flakes please.

Jefro


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I am always looking for partners too! Would love to find a regular one.


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I'm going to be staying in N. Tucson for the entire month of April and would love to hook up with some local climbers. I'm interested in getting out to Mt. Lemmon, Queen Creek, and The Isle of You (sp?) My schedule should be fairly flexible.

Anyway, I'm primarily a sportclimber and have been climbing for about 15 years (haven't dropped anyone yet!)

As far as grades go, I'm pretty flexible--anything from 5.9 to easy 5.13 works for me, assuming my elbows are cooperating.

Kind of advanced notice, I know, but PM me if you think you might be interested.


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i'll be swinging through AZ the end of feb/early march. looking for beta on bouldering areas with cheap camping. better yet, show me around.

i can sport too, but prefer da bouldering.


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I'll be in S.Tucson this weekend Friday-Monday Feb 17-Feb 20 and would like to do some climbing during the day. Email/PM me if interested.


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Yep,
I'm up here in prescott, but i've got a bitchin schedual. Thurs afternoon thru sunday off, about 2-3 weekends a month. I'm down to load up the shitty tercel and roadtrip that biatch into a 3 day oblivion...
any takers???

I'd like to do some phx stuff before it gets too hot, but i'm always down for sedona and flag and obscure missions. Also, zion, red rocks and I've never been to Jtree so that would be sweet.

Climb On.


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Hey,

I moved to Tempe a few months ago and have decided to stay. Looking for climbing friends. I'm at PRG on T and Th. I can't belay myself so I mostly boulder. I really want to climb more outside just need some partners. I lead 5.8/9 trad and 10s on sport climbs. Would like to find climbers at my level or better. Reply if interested.

Pat


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Subscribing. Free most weekends...just pm or email me if you need a partner and know what your doing. non-flake certified :lol:


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weaver can climb like 5.14


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I have various days off in the week and am always looking for weekday partners. All I need is about a week notice. Manny


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weaver can climb like 5.14

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Maybe he cant climb 5.14 but he has all of this new shinny gear. just messing with ya. when is the next time you wnt to go out. i want to take a trip up to jacks or paradise forks like in march, i have the 18-26, i heard there is a lot of fun climbing at those places, we could bring a crapload of people and make it like a 2 dayer.


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i'm always looking for partners for anything although my favorite is doing first ascents, particulalry adventure climbs and choss.


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I will be in Phoenix area the last week of February and the first week of March for business. I fly in from Michigan but this time my climbing buddies are going the other way. It would be great to find a few that want to sport or top rope. I've been climbing in AZ for over 7 years but (5.8 - 5.9). I climb for fun. Even if you are just getting started it would be fine. I hate hauling my gear just to sit in the hotel room. Let me know.


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STL (single trad leader) ISO other STL or STF (single trad follower) for 5.4 - 5.10 fun on McDowell Mountain routes March 5th: Gardener's Wall, Sven Slabs, or Morrell's Wall.

Have ropes, rack, wheels. Will bring all three if you bring beer.


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Does this mean you are looking for single women trad climbers only? I am always looking to find someone I can learn trad from. I can certainly follow up to 5.9.


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My fiance (crackrn) and I are likely moving to Flagstaff this summer. We are way psyched to become members of the climbing community and climb the local crags. Hope to see all you out at the crags.


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anyone want to do some climbing on saturday, i am planning on going with some other people if you want to join us, feel free to bring your friends, we will probly be going somewhere with a lo tof routes, like queen creek, the weather there this weekend was awesome, perfect. there is uaually about 6-8 of us that go, let me know if you want to go. No flakes.


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I would like a partner for Sedona this Sunday, March 5 - - someone who can meet up either in Sedona or Flagstaff pretty early Sunday morning. I can lead everything unless otherwise desired. I am flexible about what we climb, but generally I have enjoyed routes there such as Praying Hands, the Prosecutor, etc.. I would be happy to either follow someone on something harder than I can lead there or take someone out who isnít familiar with the area or that type of climbing.

Please PM any responses, thanks.


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I am in Phoenix area now [business trip 2/27 thru 3/5) and am looking for climbing, bouldering and/or hiking partner(s). I have my equipment out here so if you are still looking for a partner in crime let me know. I lead sport up to 5.9 .. sorry I am not much of a 5.10 lead but always willing to give it a go. There are three areas I have climbed in Az (Camelback, Queen Valley and Superior). Number (480) 897-7444 Room 247 .. Derrick Webb. I've been coming here college so hopefully I can give some info about the area for you.


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I am looking for someone to climb with saturday, sunday or both. Would like to climb in the Stronghold, but will climb other places. Looking for someone to follow on trad. I can follow 5.8 or maybe 9. Can lead 5.6. Long approaches are fine. Just want to have fun and maybe learn something.

Tim


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Hey Reno, hit up Ed. He likes the McDowells. Plus he's a stitch, as you may well know.

Actually, I've got a proposition for you... I'll PM you... *furtive typing*

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