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zquiff


Apr 11, 2004, 10:34 AM
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Just relocated to Phoenix, looking to get out and climb something! Trad to 5.8, sport to 5.10 and TR\follow to 5.11+... but I love getting out there and enjoy all levels. I've got gear, transportation and week-ends.. all I need is a climbing partner! Willing to drive out to Tucson or Flagstaff during the sweltering summer months. My preference is trad climbing but I'll take what I can get.

Leave me a note or send me an email at jlayani(at)hotmail(dot)com

Later,
Johnny.


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anyone out there?


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Hi Johnny, and welcome to the PHX area. I'll send you a PM with a few details.

Ed


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I'm in Phoenix for now. I mostly Climb Trad, Smoke,and boulder.


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In that order?


crazyjoe234


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I just moved here a few weeks ago. gimme a PM.


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i'll be there full time as of late june.

i mainly drink and boulder.

you have been warned.

feel free to drop an email.


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I just moved up here from the Old Pueblo (Tucson). My advise: Get outta town and move to Tucson before the Phoenix Metro area gives you the wrong impression of AZ! (Or just take off for Flag, Sedona, Prescott, or Superior...) Sorry... I'm a zoney thru and true, just not a fan of Phoenix. But if you want some climbing beta about the Tucson area, ask away!


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I just moved up here from the Old Pueblo (Tucson). My advise: Get outta town and move to Tucson before the Phoenix Metro area gives you the wrong impression of AZ! (Or just take off for Flag, Sedona, Prescott, or Superior...) Sorry... I'm a zoney thru and true, just not a fan of Phoenix. But if you want some climbing beta about the Tucson area, ask away!

Well then maybe you should follow your own advise.


zquiff


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Sounds like your in or from Phoenix.. wanna climb? Or perhaps if you get out with groups.. I'd love to tag along.. best way to meet fellow climbers. Later, Johnny.


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Hi, I am visiting Arizona for a couple of weeks and I would like to do some outdoor sport climbing anywhere in Arizona. I am climbing well at around 5.11 sport lead, and 6a on a good day 8) . I would also be up for climbing at a local indoor gym. I am free during the week since I am on vacation, so give me a call if interested. Cell: 623-5217657


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i am northern az and will be headed over to the forks- i'll pm you. i am actually interested in doing the trad at winslow wall and some of the new sport. cheers vicky


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Hey Sprite, Martin, Zquiff, and other's..........
I'm also new to Phoenix (mesa actually) and looking for partners to climb sport or trad with. Open to trips to QCC (already been there), but really looking forward to getting up north, let's get up some multi-pitch on Granite or ??? I'm from the Pacific Northwest so don't mind bustin ass on some nasty appoach if needed, no whining here, just looking for a local who knows how to get up rock.
Message me or e-mail at bcollins099@yahoo.com
Barry


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hey all!
Foremost, welcome to AZ! my husband and I recently have moved from CA, and if there is a group people getting together to climb, we would totally be up for that !!


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Hey there.

I just moved to Phoenix a few days ago, coming from the blackforrest in Germany. By now I do not know any people here. So I would love to meet up with someone to go climbing or bouldering somewhere. In Germany I was working as an outdoor-guide and taught kids how to climb and take care of each other. Besides of that I climbed on my own since two years. sport, traditional, alpin, ... lead and follow (5.10a). I brought my harness, shoes, chalk and some "safety-gear" (I don't know the American word ;) ) with me to the USA. I do not have a car, but enough time to drive somewhere, if there's someone or a group of climbers who want to go somewhere else than phoenix. It would be really nice to get to known to some climbers, mountain-wolves, outdoors, ... ;)

If you need someone for climbing or are willing to take me with you, just send me a message: tv.kunde@gmail.com

I am so looking forward :) Thx Tanya


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