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I have various weekdays and weekends free, work schedule varies
I've climbed Mt. St. Helens with my backcountry snowboard and rode down the volcano, climbed to the top of Pikers peak on Mt. Adams and snowboarded down from there. I have a fair amount of splitboarding experience including multiple trips to Paradise and have snowboarded down from camp Muir, been on a couple backcountry hut trips and am Avy Level 1 certified through AIARE. As far as rock climbing goes, I've climbed outside a handful of times, and am lucky enough to have friends who have rope gunned for me up Vesper Peak and the Tooth in snoqualmie. Leading some trad climbing is a long term goal for me. I like to climb at the gym whenever I can- am lead belay certified at stone gardens and vertical world.
The highlight of last summer was climbing Mount Shuksan! Looking forward to adventures this coming climbing season
I would love to climb more outside. Try out some multi pitch climbs in order to do some more alpine climbing. Looking to improve sport climbing skills both indoors and outdoors. Taking a trad climbing class in May and I'm stoked! I want to learn anything and everything!
60m rope, a couple sets of sport draws and anchors, harness, shoes, a car, lead belay cards, some trad pieces (cams and nuts), various sizes of webbing and runners for alpine crevasse rescue