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Apr 19, 2013
I've just moved to Tucson for the UK for work (I'm actually Irish, not British). I'll be here for 3 months, have brought rack and rope and am psyched to use 'em.

I've no profile on the site as I'm not from round these parts, but I've been climbing for 5 years. Grade wise, I'm still getting the hang of the grades here, but I think I climb 5.9/10 trad and 5.10/11 sport. Happy to follow harder, easier or whatever, would just be happy to get on the rock. I'm normally free evenings and weekends.

Pm me if you want to meet up.
TimC7
Joined Apr 19, 2013
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Apr 20, 2013
Tim, Tucson has a very friendly climbing scene. On weekends from 8;00 to 9:00 AM you can usually just show up at LeBuzz, a coffee shop in the shopping mall at the NE corner of Tanque Verde and Catalina Highway, and walk about the parking lot. The climbers are easy to spot. Mt. Lemmon is mostly cragging so a rope of three is not a big deal. Jimbo
Joined Feb 24, 2006
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Apr 20, 2013
Friendly climbing scene sounds great, I'll definitely head along to LeBuzz either tomorrow or next weekend and see what I find. TimC7
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Apr 22, 2013
There is also Tucson Rock Climbers (meetup.com/rockclimbing-151/). I have seen a lot of climbers come out to a few of our meetups and meet some climbers to exchange numbers with. We normally have a group climb every weekend and the next one is this Sunday. Don Stump
From Sierra Vista, AZ
Joined Oct 12, 2010
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May 4, 2013
Thanks Don, have joined that group, look forward to getting out. TimC7
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May 13, 2013
All be in town for the week. I have rack and rope give me a email. At Justin.hall@hotmail.com Justin.Hall
From Honolulu, Hawaii
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