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Trip Information
Name: Sport Climbing Area 44 Squamish
Starts: Sat Mar 16, 2019
Meetup: 9am across the street from Squamish Adventure Centre
Return: Sat Mar 16, 2019

Registration opens: Fri Mar 15, 2019
Event category: Rock Climbing
Difficulty grade: B5  [?]
For members only: Yes
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 4

Organizer: Mariana Cairati
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Trip Planning Questions

what grades are you planning to lead?

what is your emergency # and your cell#?

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Participant Information

Good weather it seems no? but if for some strange reason it changes to some 50% POP then it's cancelled

You will need to arrange your own rides using the forum since the meeting place is across the street from the Squamish Adventure Centre where that giant playground is or was

Preferences will be given to those who are already leading sport climbs outside but haven't gone this year 

You must know how to belay safely this means that you need to do that part of the decision making while the leader is busy up there. Example: rope management, dynamic belay vs not, % stretch in your rope vs slack you are giving vs pendulums, ledges, run outs, etc etc 

The majority of the grades are from 5.9 to 11+ with some multi pitch opportunities :)

This area may have snow and ice so bring spikes or some old crampons  and long slings.

The entire crag faces west so it gets pm sunshine? not sure I hope so :)

 

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