I'm looking for a regular climbing partner, ideally female, at PRG ~1-3 times per week. I am 34, getting back into climbing, currently top-rope 5.9-5.10 and am hoping to improve so that I can lead later this year. My schedule is pretty flexible. Hope to … ...
Anyone want to climb at the PRG tomorrow, Thursday April 30th. I'm free all day, but prefer to climb in the morning or early afternoon before it gets busy.
I lead in the 5.10's, TR 11's, but I'm flexible and fine with top roping. Shoot me a note if … ...
I'm visiting Portland from March 5 to March 15 and would like to get in a couple of climbs. I climb 10- and 10+, and working towards 11-'s more consistently.
I'm somewhat flexible right now :)
March 9/10/11 - after work hours, say any time after 6 … ...
Let's take a long climbing trip somewhere sunny!
I have a lot of time off, a car, and trad gear.
I am not experienced at leading trad or sport, but I can lead belay and follow and clean at about 5.9. I have led both trad and sport, but I am just … ...
Hoping to line up a partner to climb with Thursday about 1-3. Would love to lead (will bring a rope) but top rope would be good too. I'm a bigger guy (200 lbs.) but am comfortable and experienced climbing with much lighter partners.
I'll be in the bouldering room today at the rock gym, from 3-3:30 until 4:30 at earliest. Come join if you want to top rope or a bouldering buddy.
My climbing shoes are grey with bright yellow laces.
I'm glad I checked it out- I really liked the masonry wall. The auto-belays were interesting and sort of fun but... overall, the walls are as slick as painted sheetrock and the holds are all very old and grungy. This is the first climbing gym where I felt like I was actually climbing on walls inside an office building -- no way to flag out on the wall. I just wanted to take down all the holds and scrub them with a brush in a bucket of bleach & hot water!
I learned to climb at PRG and couldn't have chosen a better place. Great people, great atmosphere and challenging climbs that change often enough to keep it interesting. Was sorry to have to leave it when I moved away, otherwise I'd still be there. Always wished they'd open a branch on the west side.
It's been a solid 8 months of climbing for me at the PRG and I've never had a negative experience here. The staff are all great. There's always something new to try as the route setters generally replace a good chunk of the space every few months. All of the classes I've taken (Intro to Climbing, Technique 101 and 202, and a variety of yoga and pilates) have all been very well worth it. Can't imagine I'd find a gym anywhere else that I'd like better.