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Jun 4, 2013
Kinda a shot in the dark...yeah it's midnight...but I got a day off tomorrow (super last minute) and was wondering if anyone wanted to climb Cathedral or Whitehorse. I'll lead up to 5.9 trad and follow up through elevenses, so long as it's before afternoon tea. I'll check email early tomorrow morning. Matt.Zia
From Telluride, CO
Joined Mar 13, 2012
16 points
Jun 13, 2013
Working some sections at the crack house, Moab, UT...
Replying with another shot in the dark. I will be up in North Conway tomorrow through Monday. I'll be with family (I am visiting from Salt Lake City, hey IME!) but I want a day to get out one day and climb. The only gear I was able to bring along is my harness and shoes. I trad up to 5.9 as well, and I don't know what the sport is like in the area, but I'm comfortable in the .10s.

If you, or anyone else is free let me know!
Mel M
From Salt Lake City/Moab, Utah
Joined Mar 17, 2009
10 points
Jun 14, 2013
Melissa, i sent you a message.. Tim Wolsonovich
From Boston
Joined Sep 19, 2010
28 points
Jun 14, 2013
Sport in the 10's around North Conway, more 11's and 12's around there. There's some sport out at Sundown but not sure how many 10's and below. I'd suggest Shell Pond just inside Maine but you probably want to be comfy on 11's to go there too since there's only a few 10's (maybe 2?) Lots of moderate trad around though on White Horse and Cathedral. Mahcire
Joined Mar 25, 2013
13 points
Jun 14, 2013
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From Upstate New York
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