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He had told her he did some cycling, and had finished a handful of races and road rides. Either the guy didn’t know anything about cycling etiquette and had lied about his experience, or he was a jerk. My friend Sara told me last year she was done dating climbers, for a number of reasons — a lot of men she dated seemed to like the idea of being with someone who was a climber, but didn’t like the reality; or she found herself having more fun climbing with her girlfriends and platonic male friends than a romantic partner; or the dating pool was just too small if she limited herself to only climbers. As a man, I will tell you there is nothing we are so focused on that we don’t notice women. We may be too dumb to notice when you are interested, but we never fail to notice.
So she was surprised when he stayed behind her for the entire ride up the hill. Now she’s happy with a guy whose main thing is paragliding, and he’s remembering how to belay and they’re climbing together and actually having fun doing it. If I speak for other dudes who are dirtbags, we are especially in tune when we see a woman who exhibits characteristics that suggest she likes to wear backpacks, or sleep in the dirt, or do pullups.
Rock climbers and mountaineers know all too well the problems in finding a like-minded male or female climber to partner them on a good route, let alone through life!
It’s a singular feeling when you’re 33 and talking to your mother and she says, “You know what I think you should try?
There are some interesting things about dating people who love the outdoors, aren’t there?
Like you fantasize about dating someone who loves to go backpacking, and then you find out that it’s really hard to spoon when you’re each zipped up in a sleeping bag and it’s too cold to put your arms outside of it.
Register We combine the best of an outdoor club together with searchable online member profiles that include level of interest not just in rock climbing, scrambling and mountaineering but also paddling, cycling, Outdoor Duo can act as a climbers club for those who want to meet up in a group.
Club members arrange regular meets where you can make new friends as part of a relaxed group where newcomers are always very welcome.