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Alan Zhan

Seattle, WA
28 years old · Male

Member Since
Jul 9, 2013
Last Visit: 1 hour ago
136 Points
Point Rank: #6,300 Details

Alan is in the Partner Finder
Best Times to Meet: flexible
Likes Trad, Sport, Tr, Gym
Leads Follows
Trad 5.8 5.10b
Sport 5.10d 5.11b
Boulders V4
Favorite Climbs
Moons of Pluto and Screamin' Yellow Zonkers at Smith, Yeti and Smooth Criminal at the Brickyard
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Comments View All 108

Jan 10, 2021
is this the true nose of the central coast??? View Comment
Nov 17, 2020
Knowing that, maybe it's a bit premature to be claiming first ascents on the boulder. View Comment
Nov 5, 2020
maybe it's PG13 if the hold snaps off on ya View Comment
Aug 16, 2020
to people saying v4-5, are you doing it as shown in 'v3 approach' to the mantle thing? or moving right earl… View Comment
Aug 16, 2020
chasin' the lizard is not top ropable with a 70m View Comment
Aug 1, 2020
exited right to the arete after initial moves, seemed like a bit of the copout, but the direct line looked… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 193

Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: Opinions on Metolius crash pads?
Jul 12, 2020 I've had a Metolius bifold for about 6 or 7 years now. It has gotten a moderate amount of use over its life span, maybe on average 1 outdoor session a month. Overall it has sof… View Message
Regional > Pacific Northwest
Reply: Squamish vs. Index Granite
May 26, 2020 Is it fair to say that wherever we see knobby features that there wasn't much quarrying done? View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Historical Ascents (for example first 5.12 in cana…
May 23, 2020 Clint Cummins used to have a website with a lot of notable ascents in the world and also the US. It has since gone down, but he probably still has that information somewhere... View Message
Regional > Pacific Northwest
Reply: Squamish vs. Index Granite
May 16, 2020 while most of squamish wasn't very similar to Index, I found that a lot of the granite climbing at the Pet Wall (and also the Bog wall in the parking lot) in Murrin Park was pr… View Message
General > Bouldering
Reply: Most classic boulder problem of each grade in the…
May 3, 2020 What broke on high plains? That far right good crimp that is used to hit the first sidepull sloper never looked that solid to me. View Message
Gear > Climbing Gear Discussion
Reply: New 5.10 Dragon vs OG Dragon vs UP Sirius
Apr 22, 2020 I found that the UP sirius (blue) was a bit wider, and also quite a bit stiffer than the dragon. They also have significantly less heel tension. The lacing system is much impro… View Message