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Weekend warrior and aspiring dirtbag. Into unrelenting alpine objectives as well as cragging and beach camping. Always excited to climb with new people!
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Gym-to-crag, mellow mountaineering trips in the Cascades, learning to clean/place gear. I will not teach people how to lead climb/belay or rappel.
North Cascades are best Cascades. Very excited about getting out to Vedauwoo/Indian Creek/Cody/Munising/Yosemite in the nearish future.
Saturday, Sunday

I'm free most weekends for alpine adventures, can extend by a day or two for more remote areas. Weekday evenings are great for gym climbing and maybe sneaking off to Exit 32/38 in the summer.


I have a lot of experience backpacking and scrambling/mountaineering. I'm newer to rock climbing - outdoors I lead 5.10+ sport, 5.10- trad, and boulder V2. I am working on 5.11+ & V5 problems in gyms. I'll happily follow up to WI5 but don't have any experience leading on ice.


Skills: leading on ice and steep/belayed snow travel, improving multipitch transitions to work towards big wall climbs.
Grades: Sport climbing outside at 5.11+, bouldering outside at V4, sending an Index 10a on gear

2018 goal is a thru hike of the PCT SoBo. 2019 goal is climbing all 100 peaks on the Bulger List.

Eventual goal is to put up a hard FA in Alaska. Someday...

Toooo much! Crash pad, quickdraws, more cams than you can shake a fist at (~double rack to #6), learning-to-aid rack, ice tools & screws, 70m dry rope, 40m rope, 30m glacier rope, crevasse rescue stuff, AT ski setup, avy safety things, and assorted backpacking/mountaineering gear.

Seattle Bouldering Project ( SBP ) is my home gym but I also climb at Stone Gardens and Vertical World. And probably Momentum when it opens!