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Anybody want to partner up indoors at Central Rock Gym, Glastonbury, CT?
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Aug 25, 2013
I started climbing last year indoors and outdoors. My husband is the more experienced and dedicated trad climber. Thus far, I have only been outdoor climbing a handful of times and when I did, I only seconded his routes. Most of our climbing has been in the UK, but we climbed in the States for the first time this summer at the Gunks.

I am a graduate student at UConn and waiting for my husband's papers so he is able to join me in the US. In the meantime, I would like to keep up with my indoor climbing at least once a week. Central Rock Gym in Glastonbury is opening very soon, and it would be fantastic if I could climb with someone there. As a UConn student, I also have access to the climbing wall on campus. As small as it is, it provides a place to climb when timing is restrictive and doesn't permit the roundtrip drive to Glastonbury. So...even better if you're a fellow student or member of the UConn community that would be interested in climbing at both places. I was climbing 5.8s and some 5.9s (with a bit of work) at NJ Rock Gym.
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Aug 26, 2013
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Can't help personally (I'm down by Bridgeport/New Haven) but there's a meetup group that might work for you. Mostly they're in Wallingford or New Haven but sometimes at Stone Age in Manchester. That's fairly close to Glastonbury. Keven at Stone Age might be able to point you in the right direction.

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