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Yosemite Climber Scott Stowe (Stroke)

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jason torlano · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Sep 2016 · Points: 0

Please support Scott Stowe, former Yosemite rock climbing guide and former elite Yosemite search and rescue volunteer. Earlier this month Scott suffered a stroke and cerebral hemorrhaging. He is currently in a hospital in Modesto where doctors are saying that a full recovery is possible, but the road may be a long one.

Scott is the father of two amazing daughters, Lundy and Whitney, with whom he climbed El Capitan's Zodiac route with Steve Gerberding. Over the years he has shown them the love of Yosemite and the mountains.

Scott's climbing accomplishments are numerous and include first ascents on El Capitan. He has climbed "the Big Stone" more than 70 times and has guided El Capitan more than 15 times, placing him amongst an elite few in the climbing world.

Scott is also held in high esteem amongst the community for bieng a loving father, a dedicated friend, as well as an accomplished big wall climber.

Your love and support in any fashion is greatly appreciated.
Cards may be sent to:
Scott Stowe
PO Box 957
Groveland, CA 95321

Kauait · · Sandy Utah · Joined Aug 2015 · Points: 0

Possitive vibes coming your way, Be strong family..

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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