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tradkrew2


Nov 15, 2006, 5:38 PM
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Does any one know of any good, serious climbing camps in colorado or california?Im 13 and i need a good camp that does trad climbing...so if anybody has any good ideas please send me a message at tradkrew23

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You will not find a camp that does trad climbing with kids. Too much of a liability.


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climb with a local certified guiding company. If you were in SL, UT I would recommend EXUM of UTAH.

It won't be a camp, per se, more of a one-on-one deal. With the right guide, you will learn what you need to learn, when you're ready to learn it.

Best of luck...

with getting your parents to go along with it, let alone pay for it!


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