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By Travis McClinchey
From Squamish, BC
Mar 14, 2013
P1 of High Plains Drifter - Squamish, BC
I am looking at spending some time somewhere warm in April (I'm from Squamish)... possibly Red Rocks, J-Tree, Zion, Moab area, etc.

I have a car and am planning on being a dirt bag. I donít have set plans and would like to just climb where it is warm and dry.

Looking for partners to join me that share high energy/motivations and like to climb safe. I prefer long multi-pitch routes, but am fairly easy going.

I am comfortable leading low 11's and can get up mid to hard 11's with some grunting and maybe a fall or two. I am a bit stronger on bolts, but prefer gear.

I have a double-rack, a 70m rope and a tag line.

Send me a PM if you're interested!


By Brendon Smith
From Park Hills, MO
Mar 25, 2013
Hey Travis, I sent you an email around a week ago related to this partner request but Me and two friends will be in the Moab area April 2-6th and would really like to climb the Kor-ingalls route (or the north chimney) on castleton tower. I have followed a couple multi-pitch but never led on gear and my two friends haven't been on any multi-pitch or trad climbs before so if you are in need of a partner(s) still and don't mind helping us get on top of a dessert tower that would be awesome! I would gladly join you for more climbing on whatever you want. I can follow up to hard 5.11 or just be your belay slave for a couple days ha. Let me know what your plans are and if you are interested. Thanks, Brendon.

By Reiver
Mar 28, 2013
Brazil, Rio De Janiero
HEy man, so im planning on heading to moab for at least a couple weeks in may. is that too alte for ya? Let me know ill be dirt baggin it all summer long in utah or elsewhere so let me know. I have almost a full rack with some doubles in the smaller sizes, as well as all the other necessities.


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