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eaburton


Jun 16, 2011, 2:54 AM
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my husband and i are interested in trying rock climbing. is there anyone that you can recommend for lessons or guiding??


stagg54


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perhaps a location might help. It's hard to recommend a guide if I don't know what part of the country you are in.


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A region of the country is certainly helpful, but you generally can't go wrong with a guide certified by the American Mountain Guides Association. You can find information about hiring a guide here:

http://hireaguide.amga.com/

You can find lists of all AMGA guides here:

http://hireaguide.amga.com/find.html

You can find a list of guides who hold the Single Pitch Instructor Certification (likely the minimum certification they need for what you want to do) here:

http://hireaguide.amga.com/spi


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