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Hi all. It was suggested to me to put this up here to all you good peoples.
Looking for info on Bert & Ed's climbing area. Is it still opened and still used a dry tooling area?
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Dry tooling there is like masturbating with sandpaper gloves on
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Sooo...any better spots to dry tool around Squamish that will at least be like masturbating with fine sandpaper instead of coarse? Gotta do something with this shitty weather...
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people have attempted the cacodemon boulder, but some cool folks removed the hangars with the promise of doing it again. The scratchy noises affect their ambiance.
marble canyon. but far away. rambles has some stuff, but a big hike if not rewarded with ice.
another couple weeks the marble mixed stuff will be starting to get some ice in the mornings.
spot above the golf course has/had a rope on it and is being "explored"
Lone tree creek off the highway has also been on my radar.
I've been told the 5.8 bolted crack on the side of the chek cave was actually a dry tool climb originally.
beyond that there are lots of dark rocky spots in them hills. using rock shoes drastically reduces scratching of rocks if you are concerned about damage and not leaving a trace. You can also have a good time climbing easy routes in the mountains with tools and such.
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I really enjoyed reading your article. I found this as an informative and interesting post, so I think it is very useful and knowledgeable.
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Thanks for this admin! Mark
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