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    MTB Guides Wanted

    With the cooler temperatures around the corner we're looking for mountain bike guides (actually we're also looking for rock climbing, hiking & canyoneering guides as well).

    You'll need current 1st AID/CPR certification, know how to fix the most common on-trail mechanical issues and be over 21 y.o. You'll also need your own equipment and reliable transportation.

    Also, we're hosting a WFA course next weekend if you're interested.

    Contact me at bruce@360-adventures.com.

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    Bruce,

    Location(s)?

    Thanks-

    Greg

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    I sent you an Email.
    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you'll crash.- Julie Furtado

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    Greg - we have permits through out Phoenix & Sedona. Some locations we guide don't require permits (at this time).

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    We're also looking for people with hiking & rope skills . . . love the responses so far!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 360 Adventures
    We're also looking for people with hiking & rope skills . . . love the responses so far!
    AKA canyoneering? If it is in northern AZ, I'd do it for the price of my gas up there. I miss those old canyoneering days...


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    Any guides needed in Tucson? My wife is a killer rider, CPR certified, and an ACE certified trainer. She can keep up, with if not bury the boys and she's pretty stinkin cute too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by suvlako
    Any guides needed in Tucson? My wife is a killer rider, CPR certified, and an ACE certified trainer. She can keep up, with if not bury the boys and she's pretty stinkin cute too...
    she can guide my trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by azepicriderandrunner
    AKA canyoneering? If it is in northern AZ, I'd do it for the price of my gas up there. I miss those old canyoneering days...

    DOO EET man!



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    Yes, if you have canyoneering skills we're also looking for that! Nice pic by the way!

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    Is that a "no" for Tucson???

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    @suv - sorry, I didn't see your post.

    We don't guide tours in Tucson - no permits. Although I am aware of some great trails down there. We do have a few guides out of Phoenix that come in for larger events, but generally it's not cost effective for y'all.

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