- February 28, 2018 at 7:02 am #4407
WELCOME TO THE CLIMBING FORUM!
The purpose of this thread is to describe what the StokeShare Climbing Forum is and how to use it to ask general questions and discuss topics pertaining to climbing.
1. What is the Climbing Forum?
This forum has been created to discuss and exchange information related to climbing based on technique, equipment, locations, conditions, etc.
2. This forum is different from the Climbing Gear For Rent/Sale.
The Climbing Gear For Rent/Sale forum is specifically designed for StokeShare users to post climbing gear to find renters and/or buyers ONLY.
The Climbing Forum is different. It hosts general climbing-related questions and discussions, which span various and multiple topics.
3. What kind of questions should be discussed here?
The Climbing Forum is where you seek information about all things climbing related that DO NOT include renting or selling equipment. Questions about what kind of gear to buy, gear preference, or reviews are OK!
1. Does anyone have a crash pad for sale in Los Angeles? – Post this question on the Climbing Gear For Rent/Sale Forum.
2. Visiting Southern California next week for the first time and looking for the best place to toprope in the West LA area. Any suggestions? – Post this question on the Climbing Forum.
PLEASE REMEMBER… KEEP THE FORUM FRIENDLY!
Be aware of StokeShare’s forum-posting guidelines, which all members must follow when using the forums. Self-promotion and spamming will result in the immediate removal of posts by StokeShare Admin. If you have a rad climbing blog that you think others will enjoy and you “just happen” to be the author, we’ll let it slide.
Personal attacks on fellow StokeShare members will not be tolerated and can result in posts being removed as well as the removal of your StokeShare accounts. Stick to those simple rules and help keep this a fun and friendly forum.
We’re here to share the stoke!!
**REMEMBER: rock climbing is extremely dangerous and it’s your personal responsibility to make sure that you’re fully trained to handle the risk, regardless of any advice you might receive in this forum.
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