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    Wink Pinacle gully

    Pinacle is in. 1st pitch take 16cm. 2nd is running water that can be bypassed on the left with stubbies. See pix here: http://www.escaladequebec.com/Forum/...?TOPIC_ID=8829

    Enjoy.

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    Awesome!! nice pictures too.

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    Yes. Now all I need is a Winter Lager and officially winter...

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    Climbed it yesterday 11/9/12. 1st pitch wasn't too bad. Last pitches we soloed and were dicey but doable. Given the weather it's probably going to get worse before it gets better with a warm front moving in, but yesterday was a awesome day on the mountain. I'll start a thread with more pics too.

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    if you plan on going up this weekend 16 cm screws are no good. Had to dig for mediocre placements if 10 and 13 cm screws. Bring your rock pro radar and some mixed climbing is a definite.

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    Conditions on 11.10.12
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    wow! Leaf, that pic looks like super fun conditions.

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    Yes... Nice Leaf, wish there was a pic. of your foliage though.

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    Tuco, photosynthesis is ova!

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    My buddy and I are hoping to drive up from NJ to climb Pinnacle and Mt. Lincoln this weekend. I've been watching the fluctuating weather on Mt. Washington and would assume last week's ice is still there? Its an 8 hour drive so any confirmations from those with experience and first hand knowledge would be great. Will Pinnacle and Lincoln still have ice? Will conditions be "in"? Thanks so much.

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