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Aug 13, 2012
Iím planning an extended trip through Bishop, Mammoth and the High Sierraís starting September 12th until October 17th. I will most likely stay in Bishop for the majority of the time. Iím up for sport, trad, and bouldering. I would love to climb at the Owens River Gorge, Pine Creek, Buttermilks, Tuolumne Meadows, Dike wall, Bear crag, etc.

Would also like to do some of the longer routes in the Sierras such as Bear Creek spire, Incredible Hulk, Temple Crag, Fishhook Arete, Mithril Dihedral, Charlotte Dome and Mt.Goode (North Arete). Iím flexible and open to other suggestions as well.

Iím safe, motivated, and have plenty of experience. Climb up to 11+/12- on bolts, 10+ on gear, will follow harder. If any of these dates work for you or if you are interested in climbing any of these areas/routes within the above time frame shoot me a PM or write here!
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Aug 13, 2012
What's your age , gender , occupation ? Pictures maybe ? It's just human nature to wonder who's on the other end of the computer screen , especially when you might rope up with someone ... vincent L.
From Redwood City
Joined Jan 1, 2005
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Aug 15, 2012
This boulder has a few fun problems on it. It's ju...
It's very possible that I'll be around Bishop for a month starting Oct 9th.
I like alpine and trad = 8's to 10-\+.
Sport = 11's and bouldering.
Some of my "to-do's" are on your list so that's good. Im just getting a later start. I'll drop you a line when I hit town.
Chad Namolik
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Joined Jan 30, 2010
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