For indoor climbing the equipment is included. You can come out at any
--- karla malone <[address removed]> wrote:
> Do I need my own equipment for indoor?�� I am new to climbing and have
> not invested in any equipment yet?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim <[address removed]>
> To: [address removed]
> Sent: Tue, 8 Jan[masked]:58 pm
> Subject: [rockclimbing-62] More group activity
> Hi All,
> I just wanted to send a message out to all group members encouraging
> them to come indoor climbing with us. Adam and myself run Sportrock
> Alexandria events, usually twice a week, and Larom and Ray organize
> trips to Earthtreks in Rockville and Columbia. Just a reminder that all
> beginners are welcome. The gym is a great place to learn, so you can be
> ready for when we start outdoor climbing again in March - April.
> Climbing in the gym is also a great way to meet fellow group members and
> feel comfortable with everyone���s safety, climbing techniques, and
> personalities. Climbing is also a great workout for everyone's New
> Year's resolution to get in better shape!
> Come out and join us, don't feel intimidated, and meet new friends.
> Feel free to email me with any questions.
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