2018 Rock (P)review: Craggin' at Grassi Lakes - Sunday, Jun 17, 2018
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As the forecast for Sunday looks great, let's have
a crag day at
Grassi! The plan is to meet at the climbers
parking area by
Whiteman's Pond (see inset map below) at 10:00 AM
climb until around 5:00 PM. As I'll be out camping
Saturday night, please figure out carpooling
amongst each other.
The main areas I plan to be at are the walls by
the upper lake
(i.e. Gardener's, Meathooks, and Graceland). I'm
happy to set a couple topropes up but if you're
leading and building anchors, that would be ideal.
Currently, I have three club ropes and one anchor
so if you
could bring your own gear to ensure we have
would be fantastic.
Friendly reminder that helmets are
for both climbing and belaying. Please don't
forget to bring
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to
get in touch
with me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone
Required Items to Bring:
Climbing shoes, helmet, harness, belay device,
Recommended Items to Bring:
Personal gear (i.e. ropes, anchors, and draws),
ward off rain, and oreos for cragging
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Registration for this event closed on Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 10:00 AM.