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By Stevie Lewis
From San Francisco, California
Mar 25, 2014
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Hello! I'm from California, and going to be in the Tulsa area 3/31-4/4 if anyone wants to climb! I don't know the area .. but I can lead sport 5.10B and follow 10D, can follow on trad as well, or boulder! I'm down for anything. I have a rope and draws too. Also open to checking out areas further away if there's nothing close by. Post-climbing beers are a must!


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By Brent Butcher
Mar 26, 2014
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Bouldering: Zen Pen & Chandler Park (Tulsa)
Sport & Trad Climbing(3-4 hrs from Tulsa): head east to Arkansas (lots of options)
Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, Sams Throne, Haw Creek, Lake Lincoln, etc...
Lawton, OK(3-4hrs from Tulsa): lots of trad with a few hard sport routes
Altus, OK: Baldy Peak, multi pitch, trad mixed with a few bolts.

Hope this helps. The climbing in Lawton and Altus are pretty serious and hard. The grades in Arkansas tend to be softer (IMO)

Hope this helps.

-Brent


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By Stevie Lewis
From San Francisco, California
Mar 27, 2014
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Hey Brent! Thanks for the beta, will definitely check out ZenPen or Chandler, and hopefully make it out to Horseshoe if I can find a partner.


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By C. Archibald
Mar 28, 2014
On haystack in the Winds

Some Tulsa folks are headed out to Horseshoe for the weekend. It's a community climbing trip through the local gym. Message me if interested. 435 nine zero one 0393


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By TANNER LANCASTER
From ok
Mar 29, 2014

Great climbs in tulsa...should be good weather. Email - rockfreak918@Gmail.com
If you wanna link up.


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By Eric Klammer
From Boulder, CO
Mar 29, 2014
Heading up the best pitches of the route. Perfect rock at a nice relaxed angle!

Wichita Wildlife Refuge is awesome if you like good, somewhat stiff trad. I was down there in January and had a great time climbing sweet cracks on some super solid rock! Don't know much about the sport or bouldering down there though, HCR would probably be a better area for that.



Oh, and as a side note, if you can find a copy, the video "Frequent Fliers" has a pretty awesome Tulsa bouldering segment in it.


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