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Andy_Bourne

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We also did some climbing near Lillooet on 12/8, the Rambles, WI 3, was in for about a pitch and a half. Follow the orange tape through the woods from the car.

 

Some other guys we know climbed Icy BC 12/10, and a "4+ pillar around the corner and to the left of Deeping Wall" They said the 4+ pillar had the best ice. Icy BC was fairly thin, but climbable for the first two pitches, and the ice was generally brittle.

The Lake was crossable at Marble Canyon.

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That 4+ around the corner from ICY BC is a great climb. It is easy to top rope as well, just walk around on the left side trail to nice tree anchors above.

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Climbed Entropy at Soo Bluffs, Whistler on thursday, the 13th. Good fun, a little thin. Also Calcheck (sp.?) just south of town, one fun pitch, also a little thin, grade 3 30m?. Glimmer Twins up Rutherford Creek did not appear to be in.

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Climbed Synchronicity on the 21st. The first pitch was a little wet but the rest were thick and plastic.

The Ice crossing at the base of the gully was formed and we used it on the way out!! About 15 inches of snow had fallen a couple days before and had already slid out of the gully.

Dale

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