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Dow Williams

Posted by Dow Williams on Jan 10, 2008
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
Location: Nevada, United States
City or Place: Las Vegas
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Categories: Rock Climbing
Partner Status: Want Partners

Description

Always looking for Mon-Fri Red Rock partners. Local who is allergic to the crowds on the weekends. Travel a lot, but when in St. George, always up for coming to Red Rocks for a day or two, particularly during the winter months when other areas are not warm enough. Don't be shy about your climbing level. Tons of easy stuff (what Red Rocks is known for) and I like all days out. Cannot switch leads myself past 5.11 trad, more of an alpine climber than rock jock.

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Liba Kopeckovared rocks

Liba Kopeckova

Hi, I would love to climb in Red Rocks, but was planning more fall season. # 1 going to Europe for now, and # 2 it is too hot in the summer. I like mid week climbing as well.
Posted Jun 16, 2009 7:26 pm

avituroAnytime
I just moved to Cedar City on a whim, might move to St. George after a while. I work during the week, but would be up for any trips to Red Rocks. I love the climbing there. I sold my rack to make it out West ... long story ... so I'm limited on trad gear. Hit me back anytime you want to make the trip. I have a bunch of camping gear and would be down for camping. I haven't climbed in a while, but probably could still handle 5.10bish leads ... especially at Red Rocks. Give me some time I'd be back at harder stuff.
Posted Jan 29, 2010 3:17 am

 
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