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mtrox713


Sep 3, 2009, 10:02 AM
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climbing partner  (North_America: United_States: California: Los_Angeles_County: Echo_Cliffs)
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looking for a climbing partner to climb Echo with. I can handle a a 5.9 maybe a 5.10. I have all the gear, all you need is a harness.


coastalclimber


Mar 26, 2010, 10:18 AM
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Re: [mtrox713] climbing partner [In reply to]
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I would be interested, however, let me tell you my background first, then you can decide. Been working on climbing all the CA 14ers. So far the first 9 have been class 4 and below. What's left is pretty much class 5. Last weekend I took a 2 day rock climbing class at Joshua Tree that covered all the fundamentals + some gear placement and anchoring. We did top rope climbing + some repelling as well. I have no problem belaying a partner and safety is first and foremost in my mind.
I'm an older guy, but in pretty decent shape. I have the basic gear, harness, locking carabiner, belay device, shoes, and chalk bag.
Thanks for reading!

Phil


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