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John5


Oct 30, 2010, 9:22 AM
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Winter CLimbing  (North_America: Canada: British_Columbia: Okanagan)
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I'll be travelling through this winter(jan/feb). I know winters can be a bit of a mix bag, but can anyone offer the best possibilities for potential winter climbing? (south facing cliffs?)


lithiummetalman


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Hey Mate!

Once Harvest is over, I'm headed to J-tree!

You should go as well, the land of Joshua Trees and thrashed hands beckons you to go!


jp_sucks


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Cedar Park in Kelowna is south facing and can be good climbing every month of the year if you have a warm day and the sun is out.


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