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joconnell


Jun 11, 2012, 10:35 AM
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Bouldering Information for Alberta  (North_America: Canada)
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Headed to Alberta for the month of July and wondering if it's worth bringing a crashpad. I'm not much of a boulderer and would prefer to climb any day, but I'm traveling solo on a mountain bike, backpack, and fly fishing trip. Any suggestions would be helpful as I would hate to lug a pad around for no reason. Cheers.

Jeff


jp_sucks


Jun 11, 2012, 10:55 AM
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Be worth picking up a Cdn Rockies bouldering guidebook:

http://www.rmbooks.com/book_details.php?isbn_upc=9781894765718


gypc


Jun 11, 2012, 10:58 AM
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If you already have a pad it couldn`t hurt to take it right? Ive heard of people disassembling their pads and putting them into a large duffel bag to help travel with the anoying size and shape of a pad.


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