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Jul 16, 2014
I've been climbing for just a few years now (3 or so) and my travels have brought me to Wise County Virginia near the Guest River Gorge. If anyone passes through or is stuck in Virginia for the time being as well, holler at me if you're in need of a partner. More info upon inquiry. Thanks for looking! hetepheres21
From Slade, Kentucky
Joined Jul 16, 2014
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Jul 16, 2014
pm sent Aaron Moses
From Abingdon, Va
Joined Aug 3, 2009
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Jul 18, 2014
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I lived next to you in pike county kentucky for four years while in school. I searched for a partner the entire time and had no luck. I'll still go down to visit regularly so I'll be in touch. Abingdon is a great town btw. mustardtiger
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Jul 18, 2014
I am in abingdon looking for partners as well. Looking to explore any local crags or travel to the new/red or NC. Ryanb.
From WA or VA
Joined Mar 6, 2014
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Jul 19, 2014
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Have you all checked out Grayson highlands? Not to far from Abingdon and great bouldering. mustardtiger
Joined Oct 25, 2011
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Jul 19, 2014
Unfortunately I lost the use of my car so I thought maybe I'd find someone who's be willing to give me a ride in exchange for gas money. I'm very familiar with the red, new, some nc crags and the guest and haven't been able to climb due to the car issue. I'd love to visit Grayson though. hear its pretty rad. If I could just get somewhere to train..that would be pretty awesome. But if anyone passes through let me know. Thanks again! hetepheres21
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