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Uncle_Tricky

Girdwood Area Rock?

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Headed up to float some rivers, but I have a few days free, so I was thinking of bringing my climbing junk along. I'll be staying with a friend in Girdwood.

 

Is it worth bringing the stuff? Any decent rock in the area? How far away? Any names of places that I should check out when I'm up there? Since I only have a couple days, I'm basically limited to cragging or one-day alpine rock routes near Girdwood.

 

Thanks for any info... [Cool]

 

[ 06-09-2002, 02:09 AM: Message edited by: Uncle Tricky ]

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Hey UT, if you float the Tlikakila pick up my ice axe for me, would ya?

-Dox

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