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Celestia
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Physicist and amateur mountaineer. Looking to get into trad climbing and technical mountaineering!
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Riverside
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non-technical mountaineering (glacier travel, use of ice axe/crampons)
Sierras, Cascades
It Depends

I'm free most weekends and try to do a big trip. I'm down for things during the week or extended trips.

Hiking all over the place, most recently Mt Whitney.

A decent number of class 3 trips in snow and ice, up to ~40 degrees. Mt Hood, Mt Baker, Mt Baldy, San Gorgonio, Tahquitz, Matterhorn. Some class 3/4 climbs on rock, Mt Washington in the Olympics most recently.

I've followed on multi pitch trad routes up to 5.7 in Lover's Leap. Have climbed also in Red Rock and at the gym, where I'm usually climbing low 5.10s.

I've ice climbed on top rope once and have some experience on alpine ice.

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More experience outdoor rock climbing generally.
Leading on outdoor sport and trad routes.
Eventually want to do technical alpine routes.
More time in the mountains is always great!

Car. 60m dynamic rope. Basic gear for climbing and building anchors but no trad protection. Ice axe, crampons, mountaineering boots, and backpacking essentials.

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