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by rcdamian » Fri Aug 21, 2015 2:15 pm
Cissa wrote:Hey everyone!
I live in Chamonix and am constantly looking for new partners. Unfortunately I only have a few days off every week, so I need to match that with good weather.
My experience is mostly D, moderately technical routes in 6000 peaks in the Cordillera Blanca and Nepal. I´ve done harder stuff, and I´ve done easier, although I only get onto harder stuff with people I´m used to climbing with. I climb independent, that is, no guide, and don´t mind leading as long as you are a good belayer, reliable and careful.
In any case, if you guys need a local partner, I am game. Got all the equipment, summer pass, and speak fluent english, portuguese, spanish and somewhat decent french.
by rcdamian » Fri Aug 21, 2015 2:21 pm
roaming22 wrote:Hi there I am also in the Alps from 15th - 22nd August. Looking for a partner to do similar stuff.
From West Sussex, UK
I have trad kit and alpine kit. Experience is as below:
-Trad - Have led a variety of Severe routes in South Wales, Cornwall and
North Wales, one HS route. Seconded many routes up to HVS.
-Mixed climbing - led one, and seconded many Grade IIs in Scotland
-Alps - Did a PYB alpine course in the Alps three years ago. This was before I could
lead climb though. On our final day we ascended Aigulle de Tour. Have explored some AD peaks, both unsuccessful.
-Mountains - lots of winter and summer navigation in navigationally challenging parts of the UK.
-Altitude - have climbed at about 6000m in Pakistan - ice at 45 degrees
at the steepest I would say, but challenging with the thinner air and
by rcdamian » Fri Aug 21, 2015 2:22 pm
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