|By Kayle |
May 10, 2010
Going to Lake Skaneateles in June to help remodel a relatives recently purchased summer house. I would love to climb at the Gunks while I am in New York. I have never been and need a partner. I've been climbing for 6 years, trad for the last 2. Hardest trad lead @ 5.11-. I would like to get a feel for the area with the "moderate" routes and go from there. I have gear and a positive attitude. Ill be in New York for the duration of June and have a very flexible schedule. Give me a shout if you need a partner.
|By DavidDanielBrown |
Jun 10, 2010
My name is Dave Brown and I'm looking for a partner for the gunks for tomm. sat. and sun. (weekend of the 11th 12th and 13th). I have been climbing for about 6 years and I work as an industrial rope access technician so I deal with technical systems on a daily basis. I have a rope, rack, car and a positive attitude. Give me a shout at 315-727-8301 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are availiable and interested.
|By Andrew Bean |
Jun 12, 2010
Hey, I'm copying this from a reply to another person:
I just started an internship in New Jersey (Murray Hill), about 1h45m drive to the Gunks. I have been looking for a climbing partner. My hope is to drive to the Gunks or perhaps other close places (don't really know the areas...) every weekend.
I have a full rack, triples on most BD cams, tricams, passive, ballnutz, etc. I similarly climb up to 5.10 trad, will try 5.11 sometimes, happy to do whatever. Also have Gunks guidebooks.
Let me know if you want to plan some trips.
I'm around from now until mid aug.
|By Andrew Bean |
Jun 19, 2010
Hey, this is Andrew again. I'm going to the Gunks this weekend (today and tomorrow), but without a partner.
If anybody wants to meet up, call me at 2one7-6two2-1four93. Hopefully there is phone reception there... Dont worry if you aren't super experienced or strong, as long as you are a safe lead belayer.