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Weekend partners needed - SoCAL


Posted by ssoifer on Nov 4, 2007
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Activity Details

Date: After Dec 7, 2007
Location: California, United States
City or Place: Irvine
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Gym/Training, Hiking, Rock Climbing
Partner Status: Need Partners


I am moving to So Cal in early december and would like to find new climbing partners.
My current local crag is the Red River Gorge, KY.
I currently climb mostly sport and am comfortable leading 10s and have been working on easy 11s.
I have done some trad but not much lately.
I can usually get out on a day trip during the weekends.


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badsantajoshua tree


Hi, I lead 5.9 trad, have a rope and large rack and can climb weekdays and weekends. jwasser@nospamgmail.com remove the nospam
Posted Nov 28, 2007 11:49 pm

tdoughtytahquitz friday?


old fat and slow, but need to get out. i have this friday 5-16 available for tahquitz or sucude for easy routes
Posted May 13, 2008 12:15 pm

ClimbFlyClimbing in so cal


just text me a few days ahead of when you think you may want to climb... I need to get back into climbing after hang gliding 90% of my free time these days... i think i may have climb a whole three days last year...... i am a bit older now at 54 but still love to rope up
Posted Jan 3, 2013 7:56 pm

QuietlineOutside climbing


I sport climb and trad climb. I comfortably lead any 5.9 trad, and 5.10 sport. I'm working on the 11's sport. I just moved from Flagstaff, Arizona (northern arizona in the mountains) and am looking for partners. Private message me if you are still looking for partners. I want to be outside climbing as much as possible. I've been going to the riverside rock quarry.
Posted Feb 2, 2015 11:32 am

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