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Mar 20, 2004, 8:07 PM
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Partner in Summit County, Co.  (North_America: United_States: Utah: Salt_Lake_-_Utah_Counties: Rock_Canyon)
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The snow's melting, it's time to climb again, and I'm looking for people to travel to Indian Creek, South Platte, shelf road, ... anywhere warm and sunny. I've got a good rack, rope, and nice 4 WD truck that will go anywhere.

I work as a writer, so have a flexible schedule and want to climb whenever it's warm and dry.javascript:emoticon(':D')


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Apr 2, 2004, 11:35 AM
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hello,
i live in frisco
i am jonathan, and i am always open to climbing with new peoples.
i am looking to learn a little more about climbing, and wish to improve my strength and confidence.
i am only available on the weekends personally due to my work.
i love to climb all sorts of rock, and can say that i can climb up to 5.10, leading only 5.9 sport 5.8 trad.
if you are interested in hookin up and clickin in sometime just email me at jkjonnyboy@aol.com
:)


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Apr 8, 2004, 3:30 PM
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I live in Vail, and try to get out as often as possible. I enjoy all types of climbing, though I've been doing mostly trad and aid lately. Let me know if you want to head out sometime.

bswickes@hotmail.com


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Apr 28, 2004, 10:31 AM
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Hey Summit Co. folk...
I live in Summit and am always looking for climbing partners for single day to multi-day ventures. I have a chunk of time-off @May17-25th and would like to head to City of Rocks and/or Stanley, ID areas for trad and alpine climbing. I climb in the long-5.fun to 5.8-5.10 range and am looking for partners of similiar abilities/interests.
Cheers!


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any of yall' cant pm me about -what else- climbing
i am in aspen so we have independance pass right here, but summit co is only two hours away, however i also have a chunk of may off -all of it- and am looking to do some fourteeners or snow/rock scrambles maybe in RMNP


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Jun 3, 2004, 3:29 PM
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Hi, my name is Ray. I'm looking for some climbing partners to join me and my girlfriend. We climb a LOT and would love to someone to join us. I have been climbing for 6 yrs. I am 28 yrs old, live in Granby (Grand County, not quite Summit County, but I understand your dilema), and work as a paramedic. I work 24 hr shifts only 10 days a month, so I have a TON of time to climb. I don't boulder or sport climb, but love trad and long alpine routes. We just got back from Red Rocks and did Ginger Cracks and Crimson Chrysalis. We are climbing Lone Eagle next sunday. Other trips are 19th and 20th we are climbing Cathedral Spires in RMNP and the following weekend we are going to the Tetons to climb the North Face of the Grand Teton. Anyway, we are both really laid back and complete dorks! That could be good or bad....you decide, hehe. Anyway, let me know if you are interested. My email is Hellinger75@hotmail.com. Hope to hear from ya. Later
Ray


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Do any of you guys know of good bouldering/climbing in and around the winter park area??


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Aug 30, 2004, 6:22 PM
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Hey yall, I'm going through an anti-sport phase right now, but if anyone wants to get out and trad anywhere in Utah, drop me a PM. I'd like to go up to Lone Peak Cirque in September, or down to Moab over Labor Day weekend.


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