What we do.
- Indoor climbing
- Outdoor top rope
- Ice climbing
- Sport Climbing
- Trad Climbing
Do I have to have strong arms to rock climb? No, not at all. A good climber will use all their body and mostly best set of tools they use daily: their legs.
Climbs are rated from 5.4 to 5.6 for beginners on wards and upwards to the lofty 5.14+. Most gyms have a mix of climbs for all levels.
Feedback and ideas from all of members is welcome.
This should be a collaberation from everyone to guide this group in the direction that best suits our members.
Also use the message board and Polls to find other clmbers, swap gear, get info.
Responding to polls or discussions on the board will help to guide what we do as a group.
The files has tips, tricks and other items for you to download.
So please enjoy contribute, climb safe, promote safe climbing, enjoy the sport.
A few words from the organizer (evil alex).
I often post notes to the discussion group and send email out to the entire group and override any settings. So as to promote the widest possible reach. So if you don't like getting email this group is not for you.
Also, if you wish to join and run a meetup, volunteers are always welcome. If you are a commercial operation you must be pre approved by myself the organizer.
Simple rules: Be safe, if a meetup organizer emails you, respond in a reasonable period of time (spam filter is not an acceptable excuse).
RSVPing YES means your attending the event, if an event host does not show report it to the head organizer (evil alex) and also report any safety concerns.
Two yes events and not showing up will result in removal from the group. IF you are not going at the last minute change your RSVP to NO. The internet , smart phones and apps for those phones make it darn near impossible to be rude and not tell the event host your not going.