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aukushner

how bad is it really?

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Have any of you climbed the DC in August? I'm looking at doing it in late August, kind of a last climb for the summer before the school year starts up. Are conditions still favorable around that time of year usually?

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Wtf, is it good in August ???? Maybe, maybe not ,not as good as July probably or late June. RMI is still running so it is still doable.Duhhhhhhhhh which way did he go boss.

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It should be still in.

Rangers have the best beta, check with them or the website before you go, and weather too.

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if you don't know; don't do it.

 

Damn, so much for the pioneering spirit. Pretty self limiting philosophy isn't it?I say , If you don't know, go up and take a look, then run away . laugh.gif

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