climbing Partners 1994-present

This page gives a list of the people I've climbed with over the years.

My ideal climbing partnership is one in which my partner and I become a natural team, with similar objectives and climbing styles and mutual psyche for just being out on the rock and in the mountains. I relish a partnership that lasts for several years and climbs, developing into a friendship as much as a climbing partnership. I moved to Colorado in June 2019, and since early 2020, my main climbing partner has been Nate Arganbright from Estes Park. Nate and I have enjoyed numerous climbing adventures together, and especially enjoy climbing alpine routes in our backyard of Rocky Mountain National Park. I enjoy the default weekend plan of climbing together, whereever weather and schedules allow. Before moving to Colorado, I lived in Washington and I travelled a lot more to climb; while I did have some regular partners in Washington, I also often resorted to finding partners using partner posts on mountainproject or on message boards at climbing areas. Climbing with random people was part of the adventure of some of my climbing road trips. Some excellent adventures, some not so excellent, but mostly great experiences with mostly awesome people from all areas of life.

Below is a list of people I've climbed with over the years.

A table listing all of my climbing partners over the years and how many trip reports they appear in

(This list is for partners who appear in numbered trip reports as well as partners who I have cragged with. I've attempted to record everyone who I have roped up with over the years. It is important to note that the "total trips" is often not representative of the total days I've climbed with a person, because some trips are just a single day and some are multiple days.)

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