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rocker1525


Apr 8, 2011, 9:41 PM
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Kingman Arizona climbing
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Hello, someone emailed me from this site saying they moved to kingman and wanted a partner to climb with, I accidentally deleted your email before I could reply, please email me or message me in this fourm if you are in kingman or in the area and want to climb.
Bouldering is always fun and I have just learned to top rope, so I would love to do more of that.
Rocker_1525@hotmail.com


SpyMc


May 28, 2011, 5:38 PM
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I'm in kingman to the second week in August 2011.

I'm North of town, on Stockton Hill Rd and Jagerson Ave.

Right up the Mountain, I've just started establishing some boulder problems.
I'm going to try to improve some of the 'paths' to the routes--mostly because when I'm trekking up there I'm cautious about getting bit by a rattlesnake.

If anyone knows more about climbing at the Cerbat Mountains let me know!


rocker1525


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Be really careful of rattlers, saw one last week.
Hit me up on Facebook and let's climb some time, I just finished a woody in my garage and I have a few friends that climb aswell
Chris Simmons


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Nov 24, 2011, 8:26 AM
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Howdy, I'll be moving to Kingman the 1st of the new year. Haven't climbed in ten years, but climbed avidly for ten years before that. I'll be putting a rack together and getting back in climbing shape... especially interested in pioneering easy/moderate trad stuff and bagging spires so small they're hardly worth it...


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