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Rock Resurrection - Easter Long Weekend Climbing (Beginner Friendly) · Fri. Apr. 3rd - Sun. Apr. 5th
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Start: Friday, Apr. 3rd, 9:00 am
End: Sunday, Apr. 5th, 6:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Email Faff
I want to go skiing. I also want to go climbing. Normally early April would be great for some spring touring, but it's been a terrible snow year below 1600m. There is plenty of time between now and the beginning of April for that to change. If it doesn't, we'll go climbing somewhere.
Since the location of this trip is weather dependent, I'll finalize if it's a climbing trip or skiing trip sometime in March.
Climbing it is! Climbing, simply put, is awesome. Let's go find some rock over Easter long weekend.
The location will be finalized based on weather and interest at the pre-trip meeting. Locally we can go to Squamish, Vantage, Skaha, or Leavenworth.
This won't be an instructional trip, but if you don't know how to set up top ropes, there will likely be enough experienced climbers around to help with that.