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chris

Lillooet Ice?

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Can anyone report on BC Ice Conditions? Is there any?

 

And any new recommendations on the best lodging in Lillooet? Its been six years since I climbed there last. I heard a rumor that access was lost to Honeyman Falls - is that true?

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Went for a rip on the Duffy, Rambles is wet and thin, everything else is shaky white and wet, folks are climbing syncro but looked pretty wet from the road to me. Go to the Rockies or wait a couple weeks (ish?) I climbed Rambles centre with Drew and it was a soaker and thin, day tripped from Van.

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was on honeyman falls last weekend. right side was good! didn't go all the way to the top as the gusher up high was sending out quite the spray.

 

hit rambles right too and everything was fairly thin and/or small, but you could definitely get on stuff.

 

we often stay at the mile-O. it's okay...

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