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chris_stolz

first ascent La Gota Fria, 18p, 5.11b (A0), Deputy Wall, Squ.

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Folks-- having not heard from Mike, whose FCFA was supposed to be two weeks ago, I am declaring La Gota Fria totally open.

 

If you want to try for the FCFA (which involves climbing P5 (12c?) and P7 (5.12+?)), go for it...the only caveat is, if P7 is wet, it's gonna be insanely hard, as that pitch features smearing on overhanging featureless rock with #5 camalot underclingling.

 

And if you don't want to/can't climb 12+, you can do the route at 11b (A0) or 10d (A1). It being HOT in Squamish, and this route being in the shade until about 3 PM, now is the time...

 

 

chris

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Real jobs are the end Mike. I tried to pass that on to you but clearly I've failed...

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