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Looking for long-term ice, alpine, and trad partner (Based in Kamloops-willing to travel to meet partners)

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jackstratton said Sun, 19 Aug 2012 12:46:53 -0700

Hi,


I am new to the Kamloops area and I am looking for a long term climbing partner. I enjoy most aspects of climbing, but alpine and ice are my favourite. I am certainly willing to meet up with people from other areas to get on anything from Squamish and the North Cascades (Washington) to the Canadian Rockies. I have a vehicle and all neccessary gear.


I am certainly willing to teach people who have background skills and want to start doing more alpine/ice--any day in the mountains beats a day in town. Below is a select list of the routes I've done so you can get a feel for my experience. My e-mail is jackstratton@hotmail.com, let me know if you would like to get out and climb!


BC and Alberta:


East Ridge-Edith Cavell (III, 5.3)


Skyladder-Andromeda (II)


North-east Ridge, Bugaboo Spire (IV 5.8)


California:


Evolution Traverse (VI 5.9)


Charlotte Dome (IV 5.7)


Central Pillar of Frenzy (III 5.9)


Wyoming:


Pingora (IV 5.8)


Mean Green (IV WI5-)

jesse said Fri, 08 Aug 2014 13:16:46 -0700

Hey jack, I from the Kamloops area, I climb rock,ice and alpine, and am also looking for a keen long term partner,

 I've climbed a lot of the Rockies and red rocks national park and am always up for a flight/drive/train to go somewhere epic 

I have all the gear to get up most anything, I climb low to mid elevens on sport, and mid 10's on trad

Finding a long term partner is key for me because I can't seem to find someone

Who stays interested in the sport for any amount of time, if your still looking for a safe reliable partner please feel free to call me at 2506825919

Or email at mellow505@hotmail.com

Look forward to hearing from you 

Jess


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