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Jul 25, 2014
Hi all,

I'm heading to Split in august 5th, until around august 25th. I'm trying to get in as much climbing as I possibly can before I have to go back home on sept 2nd.

If you're around that area and need a partner, let me know. I've got a full sport rack on me and lead 6a+(once I get back into shape I can lead 6b+), but am happy to belay and top rope anything.

I'm also open to suggestions if you're in another area of eastern europe and need a climbing partner as I haven't bought my flight yet.

From Boulder
Joined Oct 15, 2013
26 points
Jul 26, 2014
Stone of Ignorance.
I'm in Germany - where are you flying from? I've not climbed in E.Europe, but if the weather is good, that sounds like fun.
I have a car, and can drive --am near Munich.
From Colorado
Joined Aug 2, 2005
4,536 points
Aug 13, 2014
I'll be in Brasov, Romania beginning the 15 until I decide to leave. I hear good limestone climbing there. I was hoping to get some climbing in somehow out there. Regular, albeit somewhat out of shape 6.a/b sport, lower trad climber. Traveling light and this is mostly a cultural trip so I only have shoes but could be able to score gear in town if needed. Headed to split as well but not until September. I can be reached here if you are interested. christopher burton
From salt lake city
Joined Nov 9, 2010
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Aug 17, 2014
any of ya'll want to climb in the dolomites? id be psyched to go to split, too. flying over second week of spetember for about 5 wks, probably in and out of milan. cheers :) miraperrone
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