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Off Fri-Sun, but avaliable evenings after 6 p.m. the rest of the week.
Learned to climb in 2013, and also began leading sport that year. I taught introductory climbing courses for REI before moving into my car for 3 months to climb the southwest and spent a month in Bishop. I've lead 11a sport, but it really depends on the day and route. I've been climbing trad since 2014, sporadically, and could always sharpen up my head game. I've lead up to a 10a trad (Bird of Fire, J-Tree and Bird on a Wire, J-Tree), but it's been a little while. I have experience leading longer multi-pitch routes in Red Rocks and the Eastern Sierras (i.e. Epinephrine, 5.9; Ginger Cracks, 5.9; John Fisher Memorial Tower 10b etc.) and some easier alpine routes (i.e. Mt. Emerson, Mt. Russell, Mt. Humphrey's), but really want to up my game in that area. Really hoping to get some alpine in this summer. I've done quite a bit of homework on big walling (read and practiced from how to big wall climb and did a clinic with Libby Sauter) but have little actual experience aiding aside from following a few pitches on jumars.
Want to lead 10s trad with confidence this summer. Hoping to get Cathedral Peak and Matthes Crest this summer as well. I'm also a pretty strong trail runner and want to do some quick ascents of some of the 14ers.
Trad rack with a few holes to be filled and a solid sport rack. Haul bag. Plenty of slings and biners. 2 70m ropes. A haul line. Large boulder pad. (I can provide more details if necessary)