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Where has Sunny Jamshedji been climbing?
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|Sunny Jamshedji is in the Partner Finder and is open to climbing with new people. Best times to climb: Any time, any day.
|Personal: Lives in Katy, TX 77450, 45 years old, Male|
|Favorite Climbs: none specified|
|Other Interests: vipassana, yoga, biking|
|Personal/Favorite web site: http://www.SunnySolutions.Biz
|Likes to climb: Trad, Sport, TR, Gym climbs |
|Trad: ||Leads 5.10d ||Follows 5.11c|
|Sport: ||Leads 5.11d ||Follows 5.12a|
|More information:|I've started my summer climbing trip a little early this year. I'm always looking for partners, as I am not working much and can climb most any time.
I have climbed three summers in the Yosemite (Valley/Tuolumne Meadows) and in the High Sierras. 2012's ticks all C2C were Mt Whitney and Russell in one day, and Mt Stuart, Dragontail, and Forbidden Peak. 2010's ticks were Steck-Salathé, which was brutal, yet doable, Red Dihedral (Incredible Hulk), Bugaboos and Mt Yamnuska near Calgary. 2009 ticks included Positive Vibrations (Incredible Hulk).
In CO, in the three summers earlier, I have taken advantage of Eldorado and Boulder Canyons, the Flatirons, Lumpy Ridge and RMNP. I can lead 10's and have even been on a couple of 11's as well. Alpine-wise, I have now been on The Diamond twice; once I bailed in 2008 due to cold weather, and in late Aug, 2009 did the Yellow Wall (5.10c/d variation). I have completed the Petit Grepon and Directisima on the Chasm View Wall. I also like to hike the 14'ers, having done a handful now. In 2011, I trekked to Everest Base camp and four other points higher than that; two peaks, two passes, no porter, no guide, most amazing!
I have my own 60m & 70m ropes and trad rack, which is well suited for linking pitches, and am a pretty safe climber. I am a better technical climber than a power-house, so bouldery routes can evade me! I like long trad and alpine routes. I also do days of sport, but am not attracted to bouldering outside; hence my lack of power!
I have an SUV with plenty of room for another person, as well as all camping gear, including two tents/sleeping bags and a bivy sack for backcountry days.
I am pretty friendly and work well with other people. I can also show you the ropes, if you like, or be shown the same on harder stuff!
I can be reached at via text/vmail at 713.677.4436 and via email (on phone) at SunnyJamshedji@Hotmail.Com.
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