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Looking for partners, weekdays Seattle July 9th-19th


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H X · · Somerville, MA · Joined Mar 2018 · Points: 1

Hey folks,

I'll be on vacation in Seattle July 9th-20th and am psyched to some climbing during the week. I lead sport at 5.8, follow sport confidently at 5.9 (0-1 falls), follow 5.8 trad multipitch (I don't lead trad so you'd have to lead). Things in Washington that I have had my eye on include the Flyboys route up Goat Wall (sport 5.9, 18p), Southwest Rib on South Early Winters Spire (trad 5.8, 6p), West Ridge on Prusik Peak (trad 5.7, 4p, Cobbles 101 on Pinto Rock (sport 5.8, 5p), or do some climbing in Vantage (maybe we could go for a day or two?)  Would also love to take a 2-3 day trip to Smith Rock if anyone is up for it!

I love getting up early to do long multipitch routes, so would be super happy to follow you on a route you've been wanting to do!

Probably will not have a car, so you'd have to drive. Please let me know if you're interested or have a friend who would be interested :)

Also will happily take recommendations for other awesome areas to check out!

H X · · Somerville, MA · Joined Mar 2018 · Points: 1

Update: probably will have a car, happy to drive anywhere within a 7 hour radius :)

Dale Regan · · Lawrenceville, GA · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 0

PM You!

Jon Nelson · · Redmond, WA · Joined Sep 2011 · Points: 4,940

If you have some days cooler than 80 F, I'd recommend finding someone to take you to Darrington or Static Point slab routes.
Really fun, clean granite multipitch in beautiful settings.
Darrington has way more choices, but the classic Online route at Static Point has recently been rebolted I hear and is a shorter drive.

Dan Jaffe · · Seattle · Joined Sep 2012 · Points: 25

Hi Haiyan-

I can take off weekdays so happy to show you some good routes in WA.

Dan- 206.225.8264.

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