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Climbing Partner Wanted


Posted by JEM114 on Mar 25, 2008
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
Location: United States
City or Place: NEW YORK, NY 10003
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Hiking, Ice Climbing, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, Skiing
Partner Status: Want Partners

Description

I am looking for a climbing partner in the NYC area. I have lived in NY for my entire life but am having a hard time finding climbing partners (especially rock climbing). I have climbed in the gunks and cascades, in Alaska and Europe and have summited Mt. Baker, Kilimanjaro and Elbrus.

Please contact me at if you are interested in climbing.

Jamie
jmandor@gmail.com

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blarsenlets go climbing
I would like to go climbing I have climbed in the gunks, VT, NH, NY, CO, UT, ID, AK, i have a decent rack of gear, rope, everything we need to lead trad, sport or toprope. I am looking for people to consistently climb with male or female any experiance level is long as your comefortable belaying, and we can review if you want other people are welcome and encouraged to come I have a spare harness. I live in South JERsey but will drive the Gunks are nice or Delware Water gap is ok or further north is good to if you are comefortable calling me I will tell you more about myself and if you know any one else that might want to go I would like a partner(s) so I dont have to contimplate a soloing device. feel free to contact me any way you want. 609-408-3564
Posted Jun 1, 2008 9:02 pm

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 11:05 pm

 
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