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Member Since: Apr 28, 2007
Last Visit: May 13, 2007
Contact Ken Miyamoto

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Where has Ken Miyamoto been climbing?

Ken Miyamoto is in the Partner Finder and is open to climbing with new people.
Personal: Lives in Madison, WI, 39 years old, Male
Favorite Climbs: Planet of the Apes (Malibu Canyon), Stoney Point (LA), Joshua Tree
Other Interests: Family, football, writing
Personal/Favorite web site: http://www.myspace.com/kmiyamoto
Likes to climb: TR climbs
Sport:  Leads 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b  Follows 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c
Boulders:   V5 6C  
More information:
Okay, so I'll be honest. I'm a TR lover. Love me some TR. Lead? I've done it before and I must say, my comfort level is TR 100%, unless we're talking an easy lead route 5.9 or under. No kamakazi stuff for me ever since my son was born.

BUT, get me on a thrill hike, a kickass risky boulder approach, and any type of TR climb that ensures a good frickin' time... then I'm more than willing to offer some blood, sweat, and tears.

I'm not ashamed of my TR love. In my book, I can enjoy a tough climb much more by trying to beta a hard run with the comfort of a well placed and secure anchor collection uptop. To me, it's like a damn chess game. Nothing better than sharing a long, tough TR climb... helping a buddy and getting help from a buddy while climbing and belaying. It's relaxation for the soul.

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When climbing goes wrong!  Help!  Stoney Point... ropeless for first time.  Better shot of unknown Joshua Tree climb... anyone recognize it?  Let me know the name if you do.  Ken Miyamoto somewhere in Joshua Tree... difficult boulder approach to two bolts on top.  TRed it but had to rappel down opposite side and pull rope. 
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