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The 2009 All Access Tour Presentation follows Matt Segal’s climbing career from a JCCA youth competitor to a well-accomplished traditional climber. Segal’s show includes images and video from all around the world including England’s infamous Gritstone and the first free ascent of the Central Howser Tower in The Bugaboos, British Columbia CA. The multi media show will be around an hour long and will include either a raffle or an auction filled with lots of swag from: The North Face, Black Diamond, La Sportiva and PMI Ropes.

Rock and Snow
8:00pm. Free Admission.
845.255.1311
info@rockandsnow.com

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If you left your gear at Baskerville Terrace please call 508 685 3128.

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Realized that after a day of guiding I didn’t have my beloved yellow alien.  Probably lost on the route classic.  Cam has no sling attached.

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on sunday august 23, 2009 i may have left 3 cams on madame g (yellow c4, yellowmaster cam, and .3 blue C4 black diamodn camalot.  If you find them please let me know  matera75@optonline.net

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Climb for free with a guide for a day with Alpine Endeavors on September 4!

Alpine Endeavors is  looking for six people on September 4, 2009, to participate in day of rock climbing in the Gunks, free of charge* for day two of the final assessment days.

The day will consist of beginner to low-intermediate climbing with a guide candidate on routes from 5.2 to 5.7 under the supervision of an AMGA Certified Rock Instructor and Rock Guide.

The purpose of the day is to evaluate AMGA SPI guide candidates during their final assessment of the AMGA Single Pitch Instructors Certification. All guide candidates up to this point have successfully completed an AMGA Single Pitch training Course (three days of training) and have successfully completed a one day assessment of their technical and rescue skills.

The day is to provide each candidate a realistic opportunity to teach basic climbing skills – knots, belaying, and climbing techniques to beginners as well as to asses their ability to clearly communicate the skills, manage the group, and facilitate the days progress to a group of actual beginner climbers.

*day passes are not included. They are required and are the responsibility of each participant.

Interested parties, please email info@alpineendeavors.com to register.

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3 smaller  hexes (gold,silver,green)  Handled last in parking lot, noticed missing at Uberfall.

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Lost guide book ()the new Dick Willaims Trapps book, grey cover) left near HAwk on Saturday 8/1/09.  If you picked it up please let me know.

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Location: The Sports Center at Chelsea Piers Pier60 (New York, New York)

Description:JULY,2009, Tuesdays: 7,14,21,28 (4sessions per month)
6:30pm-8:00pm or 8:30pm-10:00pm.
Climbing school is limited to 4 students/class. The class helps new climbers become comfortable, fluid and efficient with equipment and basic climbing movements.

You will also gain access to the Sports Center with a one-month pass to use the Sports Center rockwall as a member

After attending Climbing School, the climber has the option to partake
in a lesson with a guide from the EMS Guiding Service.

To register:212-336-6000
For info: 212-336-6083 ,or email scrockwall@chelseapiers.com

http://www.chelseapiers.com/sc/rockWall.htm

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Hello,

We cleaned your pink tricam on the 2nd pitch of easy o on sunday afternoon.  you werent at the top or at the bottom for us to give it back to you.   Send me an email and we can talk about getting it back to you.

BJ

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very pretty green petzl reverso tossed from top of cliff , columbia, quite by accident on 7/4/09

if found please call 617 680 7966

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