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are the last 2 pitches on university wall worth it? they look like they are a bit of traversing climbing, with some 4th class thrown in. i would think that it would be easier to just rap the route prior to these pitches? Plus, if I am hauling, the second day I can just leave the pig and rap right back down to it. completing the route is full one thing, but if the pitches are not very good, I would rather rap and do some quality pitches somewhere else.

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i've heard they're good. i've seen a photo of hamish fraser on one of them in an old squamish guide, it looked sick.

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I don't mind being a failure and failing to send the route. smile.gif as long as I have a good time and climb some quality rock. there is too much good rock to spend time climbing on non-quality pitches.

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