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Ade

Don't abuse the ice until it's formed

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From BC Ice Conditions Page:

"Early season climbing in Marble Canyon - The reports below indicate lots of icicles, which lay down the foundation for the rest of the year,. If these get bashed off, then the ice will never get a chance to form. The ice is still not forming well and could use a few weeks to thicken and freeze before being bashed to pieces. Something to keep in mind..."

Probably worth thinking about before we all dash out and spend the morning TRing the bottom of some classic to death in the pouring rain when it's not even "in" anyway.

TR if you must but remember... it trashes the ice and rots the soul. Far better to go lead something easier instead.

Ade

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