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squamish this weekend?

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Is there any place to climb if (when) it rains? Some nice overhanging routs!!!

I may have room for fellow climbers to share the gas with! thumbs_up.gif

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Is there any place to climb if (when) it rains? Some nice overhanging routs!!!

 

yes. several nice "sporty" overhanging routes a little ways north of squamish proper. thumbs_up.gif (just ask rumr. evils3d.gif)

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it's granite .. .takes forever to dry out.

not entirely true. saturated cracks might take a while, but some good wind and sun can dry things out fairly quickly.

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