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Just transferred from East coast. I'm working on the coast so it's been hard to find new friends to climb with. I spend the better part of every week wandering in the mountains. Going through serious ice climbing and climbing in general withdrawls!
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Everywhere is new to me so loving it all, but Smith and the Cascades have been my favorites
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My schedule rotates each week, but I'll have 2 - 5 days off every week, and spend pretty much the entirety of my time off in the mountains


I fall somewhere between beginner and intermediate. I'm comfortable climbing up to 5.11 most of the time, but haven't done any leading. Before coming out here that was what I was going to work on. The same for ice, comfortable on WI5, actually prefer steeper ice over WI3/4.
As far as volcanoes only been up McLoughlin and St. Helen's but definitely looking to get up way more, especially now that I've settled in! Done a bunch of other technical and non technical climbs throughout the PNW and California. Covered so much ground in Vermont, NY and NH. I am an Adirondack 46er and was almost complete with NH 48 before transferring.


Want to learn to lead
Improve all around

Basic climbing, mountaineering and avalanche gear

Planet Grainet Portland and Rouge Rock Gym