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2018 recipient of the AAI Guide Like Liz Scholarship - stoked to start training to become an AMGA climbing guide - looking to push my trad game and knock out some alpine climbs!
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I'd love to be a mentor in leading/placing trad gear, multi-pitch climbing, and mountaineering. I'd love to BE mentored on crevasse rescue and hauling/rescue systems
North Cascades, WA / Red Rocks, NV / El Chalten, Patagonia / Indian Creek, UT / Yoseeee
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Working at Planet Granite Portland, so my schedule always changes!


Although I have only been climbing for about 4 years, I have really taken the plunge and try to climb whenever I can. I've led several multi-day alpine climbs (my first lead climb ever was Grand Teton! Yikes...) have mountaineered in Patagonia, summitted several peaks in the PNW, including three routes on Hood, Mt. Shuksan, Black Peak, Mt. Triumph, Ingalls Peak, got to explore the Gunks, Seneca Rocks, Moab, Yosemite... and generally can lead 5.9+ trad / 5.10b sport. Projecting 5.11 outside, but still getting over the headiness of falling! Basically, long, moderate alpine climbs are what really get me going.


Trying to tick off my prerequisites for taking my AMGA Rock Guide Course, which includes being super solid on 5.10 trad and breaking into 11s. Also need to have 50 multi pitch climbs under my belt, so working towards that as well!

Some PNW peaks on my list:
- Stuart
- Prusik Peak
- Rainier
- Colchuck
- Dragontail
- Forbidden
- Anything in the Picket Range

60m rope, 70m rope, quickdraws, trad / alpine rack 00 to 4, UL backpacking setup, BC ski setup, ice tools, 4 ice screws, no beacon, Honda Element!!!

Planet Granite - I work the front desk so I can get you in as my guest!