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Trip Information
Name: Harrison Bluffs Climbing
Starts: Sat May 11, 2019
Meetup: 7:00 a.m. in the parking lot beside Lougheed Skytrain Station
Return: Sat May 11, 2019

Registration opens: Mon May 06, 2019
Event category: Rock Climbing
Difficulty grade: A5  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 8

Organizer: Carolyn Steingard
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

What is your climbing experience and what gear do you have?

Do you have rope?

Can you drive to this event?

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Participant Information

I'm a fairly new climber who wants to get outside and climb as much as possible with experienced climbers. Newer climbers are welcome to join but you must have some outdoor experience. Let's head East and check out Harrison Bluffs.

I would like to check out the crags Tree Frog and From the Ground Up as these have a mix of Top Rope Trad and Sport. I will be top roping but feel free to climb Lead or Trad. We can check out other crags too if there is time.

If you have a rope, please bring it, along with first aid kit, climbing gear, snacks, water etc.

You can find information on Harrison Bluffs on Mountain Project. 

Please use the planning forum for carpooling. Carpool guidelines found here https://bcmc.ca/club_driver_guidelines.php

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