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By Mason nosaM
From Boulder, CO
Jun 16, 2014
I started climbing in January 2011.
I spent 3 days a week in the gym and warm weekend outdoors(Red River Gorge).
Before my move I lead 5.13 sport and followed 5.10 trad.

I have only climbed a few times since my move (a year in July).
I'm looking for a partner/group that also likes to climb a few days a week.
I can only climb outdoors; I do not have a gym membership.

I'm available:
- weekdays: after 4:00PM
- weekends: sunrise - ??:??

Gear to Share:
- Rope - 9.8 - 80M (No Dry Coat)
- Quickdraws
- Locking Carabiners
- Slings
- ATC x2
- Harness x2 (small)

Flowing through moves...
Going up high...
Enjoying the views...

By Mason nosaM
From Boulder, CO
Jun 17, 2014
Got a climb in at Eldorado today.

I think it was 4 pitches (5.7)...
The climb is on the first north face; left wall as you walk away from parking into the mountains...
And it was almost at the end(west)...
At the end of the climb there was a bunch of cable wrapped around the rocks...
It was a good climb.

By Jeremy Wasko
From Denver, CO
Jun 18, 2014
Hey Mason I am definitely down to do some weekday and weekend climbing (I like to get up early too), especially if its outside. I usually get done work around 3:30/4pm and I live in Denver but I've got a car.

To be honest I prefer to boulder instead of sport climb, and it's been hard to find people out here who prefer bouldering, but I do enjoy sport climbing as well. Do you boulder at all?

I hurt my back this past spring and am just now getting back into climbing but I can do bouldering V5 and under, and then I can lead sport 5.9 and follow 5.10+

My gear:
crash pad
70m rope
1 harness
locking carabiners
slings/daisy chains

Let me know if you're up for some climbing, maybe alternate days between sport and bouldering?


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