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jonmeek16

Posted by jonmeek16 on Oct 28, 2008
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
Location: California, United States
City or Place: Rancho Cucamonga
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Hiking, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing
Partner Status: Want Partners

Description

Hello:

I'm looking to team up with some other climbers and mountaineers in the area. I live near Rancho Cucamonga, so 2hrs from Joshua Tree, 1.5hrs from Tahquitz and 3hrs from Lone Pine. I can follow most 5.8-5.9 and lead sport or trad most 5.6-5.7
Doing a lot of summits these days so any CA 14ers would be great. I've climbed Whitney via Mountaineers Route, White Mountain and Mt. Langley via Army Pass. I'd say I'm intermediate with my experience. Day trips in the San Gabrieal mountains are a plus as well.

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clippershippartner

clippership

i live near redlands and am looking for a partner at the end of march 2009 are you available for whitney mountaineers route. lmk thanks
Posted Mar 15, 2009 2:15 am

Dano9957Partner ?

Dano9957

Hello Jon:
I live close by in North Fontana off of the 210 @ Sierra. I am going climbing every weekend right now. I also go hiking and do Winter Monutaineering here in our local mountains when snow is on the ground. Drop me a line if your up for a trip.

dano9957@gmail.com
Posted Aug 13, 2009 10:21 am

JasonakWant to paraglide off the top of Kilimanjaro?
Check out my plans and contact me if your interested, or pass it on to anyone you know that might want to join.

http://www.summitpost.org/plans/fly-tandem-paraglider-from-the-top-of-kilimanjaro/9530

Thank you

Jason Kinch
jasonkinch@hotmail.com
Posted Sep 3, 2012 11:12 pm

 
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