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jumping fish

38 years old · Male

Member Since
Aug 26, 2011
Last Visit: Apr 18, 2014
100 Points
Point Rank: #6,233 Details

Likes Trad, Sport, Tr
Leads Follows
Trad 5.11a 5.11d
Sport 5.11a 5.12b
Aid C3 C3
Boulders V5
Favorite Climbs
anything steep or past vertical
Other Interests
Hallucinogen Wall VI 5.10 A3
More Info
Hi MP,
So glad to be a part of your team.
I have over 10 years of experience in climbing boulders cliffs and a few VI.


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Apr 10, 2014 When I got into rock-climbing it was a different means of enjoying the outdoors. I enjoy clear and clean water. I also enjoy the rich foliage in the spring time. Their are many… View Message
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Reply: Tying into rope through carabiner
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Reply: Tying into rope through carabiner
Oct 19, 2012 wait for ityour gonna die! ha ha View Message
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Reply: Tying into rope through carabiner
Oct 19, 2012 I use the clove hitch on a single carabiner as directed by the climbing self rescue instructional book(mountaineers out door expert series, by Andy Tyson and Molly Loomis). Th… View Message
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Reply: Tying into rope through carabiner
Oct 19, 2012 45kn steel carabiner should leave you worrie free. All rope soloers/self rescue gurus are attaching themselves via carabiners direct to belay loop. View Message