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PostPosted: Fri May 11, 2012 12:16 am 
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Hey all, I'm looking for people available to climb during the week for the next month or so. I'm not working except on weekends now so I'm literally free most every M-F.

I'm open to lots of different ideas, although I'm primarily interested in multipitch trad lines, and alpine climbing. Overnight/multiday climbs are fair game. If this sounds good, let me know when you're available, what kinds of things you'd like to climb and what sort of experience you have. If you're pretty new to outdoor climbing or multipitch climbing or gear placements/anchor building, I'd be happy to trade gas money for some one-on-one instruction while we climb, although in the interest of full disclosure, my preference will be partners who are already proficient in these things and able to go climb the kinds of things I'm into.


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PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2012 10:45 am 
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This week and next, I'm free on Thursday. I would be interested in cragging at either Index or exit 38. Also, I've never done Dreamer on Green Giant Buttress. Not sure if it is seeping with snow melt right now, but doing a day climb of that would be nice. Let me know what sounds good.


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PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2012 5:40 pm 
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Jon, I've been thinking of heading up to the green giant buttress this week. I imagine it should be pretty dry given how low it is, but I've heard that the road up to it might have some issues. I'm thinking I might try to get my hands on a chainsaw or a really good crosscut handsaw and head up there to see if 1)the road has much blowdown, and 2)if not, if I can climb it. I'll let you know how my week unfolds.


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