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Yosemite-June to November


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Benjam2 · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jun 2014 · Points: 0

Hey. I will be working in the park from June 6-November 14 and will be continually looking for partners throughout that time. I have Friday-Sunday off and will be trying to squeeze in a few routes after 5pm as much as possible. I have a single rack with doubles for 1,2, and 3. Lead 5.10 trad and can follow harder stuff. Have experience in multi-pitch and in the alpine but just looking to get on anything and everything. Thanks-Ben

Colin Standifird · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2014 · Points: 5

Hey my name is Colin and I live in the bay area. I have most weekends free including this one and also the first through the fifth of June free. I climb 5.11 trad done a few wall in Yosemite, looking to get on some more. hit me up by email at colinstandifird@yahoo.com

Brendan Moriarty · · Berkeley, CA · Joined May 2012 · Points: 5

Hey Ben. Sounds like we climb at similar levels. I live in the Bay Area but have June 4-5 weekend free and am looking for a partner to climb in Yosemite. I have a full rack as well and am open to climbing whatever, ideally trad in the 5.9-5.11 range. Send me a message if you're still looking for a partner that wkd.

Brendan

Nima Nader · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2016 · Points: 0

Hi Ben, This is Nima and I will be in the Valley from June 16-18th. I can team up with you on the 17th to do some easy stuff (<5.10). I am a beginner to climbing and it is my first time in the Valley. I want to get to few short, easy (<5.10a) stuff to feel the rock and experience the vibe. Indoors, I lead climb up to 5.10 (frequently asking for takes). Outdoors I've lead sport up to 5.8-5.9. I've never lead trad routes. I follow trad and sport routes up to 5.10-5.10+. I have a 70m rope with a rack of few slings, 6 quickdraw, and DMM nuts (#1-11, one of each) that I can bring with be. If you are interested and ok with mentoring me on the rock for 1 day please hit me up: nader.nima@gmail.com, (407) 902-1000

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