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vojtek


Oct 22, 2012, 8:30 PM
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Cannon Cliff, NH October 27-28
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I'm doing to a conference in Providence, RI this week and on my way back to Toronto, On I would like to do some long but easy trad. I hear North Conway area is good for that. So I'm available this Sunday and Saturday. Anyone interested in joining?

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Wojtek


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dagibbs


Oct 23, 2012, 8:40 AM
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Re: [vojtek] Cannon Cliff, NH October 27-28 [In reply to]
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You mention North Conway -- Cannon is a bit farther north than that, and a bit more committing. For long, easy, trad you are probably better off with Whitehorse Ledge than Cannon Cliff.


jumaringjeff


Oct 23, 2012, 10:33 AM
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Re: [dagibbs] Cannon Cliff, NH October 27-28 [In reply to]
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Agreed. Cannon is a very serious endeavor - long approach, loose rock potential, and difficult retreat options. It's considered New England's 'big wall' for a reason. ;-)

If you're looking for a more easy-going day of trad, North Conway is your best bet. Whitehorse and Cathedral ledges offer fantastic multi-pitch climbing.


vojtek


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Thanks for the info. I will take that into consideration, I'm open to climbing in any of those areas. I do still need a partner.....


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