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scott_harpell

Prince Wales Island

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I am moving there in a few months. Any good climbing... I thought so... I know the fishing is great... Just hoping the climbing will kick ass too... wishfull thinking?

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yes that is mostly wishful thinking (if your talking cragging).

get used to rain.

get a mountain bike a sea kayak and a rifle (deer).

enjoy.

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Yeah that is what I figured. That is cool though. As for rain, I have live in Washington for long enough that I dont think it'll be an issue. I am just stoked for all the killer fishing! Thanks for the confirmation. bigdrink.gifthumbs_up.gif

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Great spelunking, I've read. And the POW island marathon is in May. There are no glaciers on the island. I would guess that mountain biking is thumbs_up.gif

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So many caves yet to be explored...the cave system on POW is second to none. The trick is to find them. A lot are still hush-hush The limstone associated with the caves is your best bet for climbing. Mountain biking (fireroad biking)will probably be your mainstay or fishing or kayaking...As far as the rain goes - Washington is a desert!!

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