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rockrat2

Posted by rockrat2 on Dec 17, 2008
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
Location: Colorado, United States
City or Place: Fort Collins
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Biking, Ice Climbing, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing
Partner Status: Want Partners

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Been in Ft Collins area for abouit 3 years now and always looking for climbing partners for rock/ice/mountaineering. Just getting into ice climbing (3rd season now) but have been rock climbing and mountaineering at intermediate level for a while. If interested, drop me an e-mail at steele870@yahoo.com or check out my facebook page using same e-mail to locate. Can climb during weekends or weekdays.

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Fireman261aPartners

Fireman261a

Hey there,

I live in Fort Collins too and am always looking for partners. I climb Ice, rock and mountaineer. hit me up if you wanna climb sometime.
fireman261a@hotmail.com

Cheers!
Josh
Posted Jan 4, 2009 7:51 pm

yuredingWinter mountaineering?

yureding

I went to undergrad in Ft. Collins - great place. Now I'm in Texas but I got back to climb 14ers whenever I can. My next trip is Dec. 27 to Jan. 1 to climb Harvard and Columbia. I've got all team equipment and I stage my climbs at my parent's place in Ft. Collins. I've done winter climbing in this area for 5 years so I'm very familiar. Please let me know if you're interested - it's pretty intense but very worth it.
Posted Dec 5, 2009 2:05 pm

rockrat2Re: Winter mountaineering?

rockrat2

How's it going, let me know next time you're around and as long as I'm home I'm always interested in doing some climbing. My e-mail is steele870@yahoo.com
Posted Feb 3, 2010 9:24 pm

 
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