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scott_harpell

squamish?

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has anyone been to squamish lately. i know we had some god wether for while there to dry it out. guess we'll have to wait some more now. just wonderin how clean it is and if it really ever got dry (esp. on the apron). thanks [big Drink]

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if ya know where to look, there are always places to climb in Squamish. But for most free routes, it takes a day after an extended shower to dry. But why does it need to be dry?

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jsut got back from a great trip at squamish-

the apron was a little wet....but not that dirty and we hit up some little crag along the way for a warm up and it was dry as a bone and fun times.... grin.gif" border="0

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