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Jul 26, 2014
Has anyone climbed Devil's Lake in Mid-late October?
What are the conditions?
Dustin Hoffmann
From Sheboygan, Wisconsin
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Jul 26, 2014
perfect! Terry Kieck
Joined Jul 19, 2002
234 points
Jul 27, 2014
Wichita Mountains, Sunshine Wall
Terry Kieck wrote:
perfect!

March, October, November.... Best months to climb Devils Lake(in my opinion).
roger fritz from rockford, IL
From Rockford, IL
Joined Aug 9, 2009
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Jul 27, 2014
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Shhhh! October sucks. Snow, wind or rain. Don't go!

(J/k) it's really a locals only month as the climbers from outisde the area stop coming and it is a great time to climb there except for the bees in the sun on the south facing walls
jon jugenheimer
From Madison
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Jul 28, 2014
M Robinson on POW in May 13
I agree with Jon. No climbing in October. Mike Robinson
Joined Feb 10, 2012
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Jul 28, 2014
This problem haunted my dreams for 6 years after f...
The only good months for visitors to climb at DL are January and July. Chris treggE
From Madison, WI
Joined May 25, 2007
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Jul 29, 2014
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Chris treggE wrote:
The only good months for visitors to climb at DL are January and July.


You forgot August and February...those are pretty good too.
James M Schroeder
From Sauk County, WI
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Dustin. The best months to climb at the Lake are March, April, May, and then September, October, and November. In general. There are great days all year depending on sun, temps, and shade, as well as your willingness to hike the approach in the snow/ice. Have fun. Chris treggE
From Madison, WI
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