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Technical Climbing Partners Needed


Posted by SawtoothSean on Dec 28, 2005
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
City or Place: Home
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Categories: Biking, Hiking, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, Social
Partner Status: Want Partners


Need partners for back country technical climbs and challenging scrambles. I'm not a climbing snob and will have fun on Class 2-4, or I'll lead all 5.3-5.6 routes, or split the 5.7+ routes with someone else.


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Tie-Dye MikeLate July Borah?

Tie-Dye Mike

Whould you consider going up Borah with me? Never been there before, maybe you would be willing to help, Late July / Early August would be my ideal times.
Posted May 17, 2006 11:19 pm



Hey I have 4 days off a week now and would be game for some alpine climbs. email me chef792000 at yahoo

Posted Jun 21, 2006 6:10 pm

mattcbhSawtooth Area


I am trying to put together some plans to do the chockstone couloir on the Grand Mogul and the petzoldt couloir on Heyburn this summer. I know it is a ways off, but I wanted to start planning. Let me know. Thanks. Matt.
Posted Jan 24, 2009 11:59 pm



I just moved to the area from colorado/texas and need some partners as well. I have a decent amount of mountaineering exp, ill trad lead up to 5.8ish and ski anything you put in front of me. Contact me at daniel.benfield1@gmail.com if you want to climb together sometime.
Posted May 31, 2010 6:38 pm

KirkSchlymt regan


I soloed Mt. Regan this week, saw the summit register. Just giving you a shout out. Check out my blog at schlifeisgood@blogspot.com I don't use summitpost really
Posted Jul 20, 2012 6:53 pm



I'm in Cody. If anything out here interests you enough to travel for it, give me a shout. I can follow ice up to WI5, trad up to 5.10 and am also up for non-technical summits, hiking, scrambling, whatever.
Posted Dec 22, 2012 2:58 pm

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