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Victoria Day Climbing Trip · Sat. May. 17th - Mon. May. 19th

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Organized by: Omid Javadi.

Start: Saturday, May. 17th
End: Monday, May. 19th
Pre-trip meeting: Wednesday, May. 14th, 7:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Kits Beach MAP

Description:

We've got three days off in May to commemorate Queen Victoria and the monarchy. I can't think of a better way to celebrate the royal family than to climb. It's going to be the perfect way to get some scratches on that new gear of yours you picked up at the buy night or work on some of the skills you learned at Son of Rock.

The location of this trip is weather dependent. Vantage is one option, since it's not a long weekend in the US so it will be less busy. Skaha is another. Smith Rocks is a little far and could be too hot. If the weather is good locally, then we'll stick to Squamish.

This trip is non-instructional for the most part. If you don't know how to set up anchors but can get a club rope and can top rope belay, people will probably set up anchors.

Car faff/location will be setup by email. The location will be decided the week before the trip. We'll have a pre-trip meeting if things are a toss up, but otherwise it will be done by email.

Posted: 2014-04-24 11:44:41
Last modified: 2014-05-13 17:23:37