|MarcRobinson is in the Partner Finder and is open to climbing with new people. Best times to climb: Weekends.
|Personal: Lives in Shawneemission, KS 66208, 65 years old, Male|
|Favorite Climbs: Reed's Direct, Bastille Crack, soloing the first Flatiron|
|Other Interests: Writing, playing music, working out, and reading above all|
|Personal/Favorite web site: http://thusness.com
|Likes to climb: Trad, TR climbs |
|Trad: ||Leads 5.7 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b ||Follows 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a|
|Aid: ||Leads C2 ||Follows C3|
|More information:|I generally climb harder than listed here, but haven't been doing much in recent years. Am fit and think I'd add a decimal point to the trad free ratings after a couple of days of climbing. After that, who knows? As for the aid ratings: I'm slow, and that's more to the point. Trying to get faster so I can get up El Cap with only one haul bag. Why does this site give only 10 El Cap routes? Pitiful. Never Never Land is calling me, and it's not listed, so I can't add it as a To-Do.
The climbs listed here are not recent -- quite the contrary. They're here to give you an idea of the kind of climbing I enjoy. The dates are NOT correct because I never recorded the dates of the climbs I did, only checked them off in the guidebooks w/ occasional scribbled comment.
Areas I've climbed in: Yosemite, Eldorado, Boulder Canyon, Chamonix, Needles (South Dakota), 11-mile canyon, Joshua Tree, Tahquitz, Suicide, Tetons, Smith Rocks, Garden of the Gods, Zion, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Vedauwoo, RMNP, Turkey Rock, Beacon Rock, some for a few hours only or only a route or two. Except Smith Rocks, which I detested, they were all memorable.
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