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Trip Information
Name: Skaha Bluffs
Starts: Thu Apr 18, 2019
Meetup: Banbury Campsite
Return: Sun Apr 21, 2019

Registration opens: Tue Jan 22, 2019
Event category: Rock Climbing
Difficulty grade: A5  [?]
For members only: Yes
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 16

Organizer: Esteban Guisado
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

where are you coming from

can you drive , if so how many

do you have a rope , quick draws, rack?

what grades are you hoping to climb

have you been to skaha

what is your cel#

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Participant Information

*This trip is dependent on good/dry weather*

The plan is to leave Thursday after work, before 5 and drive to Penticton.

Climb Friday, Saturday, and 1/2 Sunday before returning.

This isn't a course , however beginners with outdoor experience are welcome. Skaha bluffs are amazing and offer 

hundreds of climbs .Most are well bolted sport , but there are many mixed and trad climbs at  almost all, levels of difficulty.

We will be camping at Banbury Green RV and Camping Resort. Cost is $10/person/night

 

Participants will require a minimum of the basic climbing gear (harness, belay device, pas, helmet and 2 locking carabiners). If you have a climbing rope in good condition, I recommend you bring it.

 

 

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