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Springtime in St. George / Zion

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Jeremy Lubkin · · Worldwide Wanderer · Joined Apr 2013 · Points: 5

I'll be staying in St. George from March 10 -> April 30. Pretty much free to climb any day. Will lead 12a if I got a good nights rest and good coffee. But maybe backing off a grade or two to let a shoulder injury fully heal.

Maybe lead early 10's on gear and follow a bit more.

Hit me up if you're local or passing thru.

Alex Young · · Denver, CO · Joined Apr 2011 · Points: 5

Where/what are you looking for climb? I want to climb in Kolob Canyon and looking for a partner for Moonlight Buttress.


Jeremy Lubkin · · Worldwide Wanderer · Joined Apr 2013 · Points: 5

Will send you a text... Kolob and Moonlight are totally doable. I'm not a huge aid guy but its a must do. I'm mostly a bolt-clipper and looking to get stronger, but I'm up for whatever. Also got a road bike and looking to get a mountain bike - so generally just here to have fun outside.


Enrico Saladino · · Tempe, Arizona · Joined Oct 2014 · Points: 5

Hey Jeremy, I'm in the area as well. Looking to explore the limestone in St. George and/or get on some longer stuff in Zion. Experienced climber. Let me know if you're trying to get out.


Stephen Nayfach · · Walnut Creek, CA · Joined Dec 2011 · Points: 15

I'm going to be passing through St. George / Zion and would love to do something in the 5.10 range. I'm free anytime after 11am on Friday 3/17. Happy to do single or multi pitch. I lead 5.10+ on gear and have a rack and rope. I'm very safe and laid back. Let me know if you're interested!

Ian Brenn · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2016 · Points: 0

Hey folks, I'll be in southern Utah from the 21-28 and would love to join ya'll on some bigger climbs. 224-213-6121

Dow Williams · · St. George, Utah; Canmore, AB · Joined Mar 2006 · Points: 240

I am looking for a fast and fit (pure second or switch) partner to climb the N. Ridge of the Watchman. For some reason I have yet to climb it. I have climbed Mythical Kings and Iguanas and know where this climb is (I have done the approach several times and have rapped the first couple pitches of the route to get off of MKI). I just climbed Final Seconds on Mt. Allgood and have spotted the "hanging canyon" essential for descent. Byran Bird is calling this N Ridge IV. It is a calorie burner but mostly 5.8-9 it sounds like with a 5.10 off width pitch. Now is the time of year to do it, decent amount of sunlight hours without having to haul a water tank up there (good shade, not to hot yet). Bryan does a decent enough job describing the route in his guide. A gladiator run seeking glory and blood enroute to the summit No working problems or pissing around. More of an alpine enduro experience vs a climb.

Jeremy Lubkin · · Worldwide Wanderer · Joined Apr 2013 · Points: 5

Longer routes sound awesome to me. Being from the PNW I don't know the classics (or really anything) around here. I'm less of an alpine guy than I was a couple years ago, but I can keep up and have the alpine experience. And the mountains have been calling to me (gotta get ready for summer/fall in Boulder).


Chrissy · · Portland, OR · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

Hey Jeremy,
I'm looking for a partner in Zion this Saturday. I'm open to lots of ideas but have minimal to no experience aid climbing. I lead ~5.10 trad and have a decent rack. You can text me at 6304799504! I would be super psyched to get out!

ggregory · · Clark, Colorado · Joined Aug 2015 · Points: 5

I can climb starting the 4th, can lead 5.8 trad and 5.9 sport, and follow 5.10 possibly working up to higher after some climbs in my belt.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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