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Rafael_H

Squamish Chief Conditions

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Hi all.

 

Haven't been to Squamish for a few years and forgot what's dry and what's wet. I am assuming the west face is all climbable, falcon nesting considered. what about the gullies and Apron area?

 

Thank you.

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the falcons are nesting on Bellygood this year, check with squamishclimbing.com for updates

 

apron was wet last week, probably dry now

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Its all pretty dry... U Wall is still wet on the lower pitch though. Black Dyke appears to have stopped seeping from below The Gargoyles Roof, so its all good. Sherrif's Bade and most of the North Walls looked dry. I would assumed that the south gully stuff is still soaked of course, like Rock On and Mercy Street. Even 'The Opal' looked wet in places...

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