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aeneas valley?

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rumor is there is a bit of climbing there. anyone okanagan locals or others have some info they would like to share with the class? thanks.

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Rat,

I've been in the area for sometime, and feel like I know the climbing scene somewhat. I don't know of any "developed" climbing areas in Aeneas Valley. Certainly there is tons of rock in Aeneas but most of it appears to offer poor climbing or is on private land.

Very possible that quiet climbers have been working on secret crags that I don't know about.

Where did you hear the "rumor?"

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thanks for the info, sarge. i vaguely recall retrosaurus (an okanagon native, so to speak, and former poster) mentioning it to me. i figured there must be a lot of private land up there but thought i would troll for some info nonetheless.

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