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Ladies Only Climbing in Skaha · Fri. Jul. 4th - Sun. Jul. 6th
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Start: Friday, Jul. 4th, 6:00 pm
End: Sunday, Jul. 6th
Pre-trip meeting: Wednesday, Jul. 2nd, 6:30 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: beach bbq at Tolmie st
I can't take sole credit for this idea, but I think it would be a fun trip, so let's see who all is interested!
The plan would be to drive to Skaha friday night or early saturday (drivers preference). We'll climb Saturday morning and early afternoon, then once it gets too hot to climb (or too dark), move on to the other local attraction in the Okanagan. Wine. There just so happen to be 44 wineries within a 20 minute drive. We won't make it to all of them, but could probably have fun tasting wine at one of them!
We'll camp overnight, then climb more Sunday, and leave whenever our drivers call it a day.
I'm making this a ladies only trip, because the guy to girl ratio on most of the club trips can be a little intimidating. (It was two years between when I took Rock 1 and when I worked up the nerve to join a climbing trip). The trip will be beginner friendly, but not instructional, so you'll need to have taken at least Rock 1 (know how to tie in and belay). The size of the trip is highly dependent on the experience levels of the people who sign up, and the number of car spaces that appear.