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Name: Squamish Cheakamus Sport Climbing
Starts: Sun Jun 14, 2015
Meetup: St Davids church 8:30 am
Return: Sun Jun 14, 2015

Registration opens: Wed Jun 03, 2015
Event category: Rock Climbing
Difficulty grade: A4  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 10

Organizer: Anthony Yan
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

What is your climbing experience?

Do you know how to set up anchors? Lead belay?

Do you own a rope? Anchor material?

Do you have a car and can drive people?

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Location has bee changed to Cheakamus

Hello!

I am looking to go back to area 44 and do some sport climbing! If you arn't familiar with the area, Area 44 is a great spot to sport climb, similar with Cheakamus. There are lots of routes rated 5.10 and below. Also there are places where you can simply hike up and drop top rope. Lets meet up at the United way church at 8, drive up to area 44 (it is past squamish and before the big orange bridge). We can stay until late afternoon/evening and head to the indian restaurant in town after :)

Beginners are welcome as long as we have an equal amount of experienced people as well.

Equipement Required:
Helmet! (lots of loose rock in Area 44)

Harness

Rock shoes

Anchor material and Rope (optional as long as we have enough)

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