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[TR] Nesakwatch Spires - S Nesk (Dairyland), N Nesk (SW Butt), Rexford (WR) 8/13/2016

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Trip: Nesakwatch Spires - S Nesk (Dairyland), N Nesk (SW Butt), Rexford (WR)

 

Date: 8/13/2016

 

Trip Report:

Will Surber and I just got back from a 3 day trip to the Nesakwatch/Rexford area just east of Chilliwack and Mt. Slesse. One of Canada's best kept secrets....amazing high camp and climbing right outside your tent door.

 

For trip report: http://www.stephabegg.com/home/tripreports/britishcolumbia/nesakwatch

 

Some photos:

The routes we did:

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Dairyland on South Nesakwatch

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Pitch 1 of Dairyland

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Pitch 5 of Dairyland

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On Southwest Ridge of North Nesakwatch

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Lovely pictures and beta as always. It's such a nice area. What's the status of the webbing etc. on those routes? A few years ago on Rexford (2012?) a couple of us replaced everything (it was all terrible) and chopped a stupid amount of webbing and cord. Are things generally in better shape these days?

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Lovely pictures and beta as always. It's such a nice area. What's the status of the webbing etc. on those routes? A few years ago on Rexford (2012?) a couple of us replaced everything (it was all terrible) a stupid amount of webbing and cord. Are things generally in better shape these days?

 

Webbing looked good everywhere we rapped, no big webbing nests as I recall. It is such a nice area!

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