Matt Golub (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Work hard, play hard! When I'm working, you'll find me at
the local crags clipping bolts up sport routes, gripping
plastic at the gym, racing the elevator up the Cathedral of
Learning, or reading about safe practices in the mountains.
When playing, I'm jamming in cracks, smearing up slabs, and
tiptoeing across face holds at Seneca or the New River
Gorge. When those rocks get too cold to climb, I find even
colder climbing destinations, like frozen waterfalls in PA
and NY, alpine routes further northeast, and the bigger
mountains out west. I dream of climbing the granite spires
of Patagonia and the big mountains of Alaska.
Climbing can help us all achieve balance in life--it keeps
us in shape, sharpens our minds, and provides us with an
amazing community. I hope you'll come out and experience
these benefits for yourself. To facilitate, I organize day
trips to local crags, weekend trips to the New and Seneca,
and extended trips to locations beyond. Beginner climbers
will learn to safely belay and climb on toprope. More
experienced CMU Explorers will learn to safely clean
anchors, rappel, belay a leader, and lead climb.