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By Euan Cameron
From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Sep 18, 2011
This is area is known as "The Beach" to the locals. While no where near any beach (at least I couldn't see one) it is located in a beautiful location.
When we visited in 2011 a number of the climbs could do with some bolt maintenance, but in general things are well bolted and the easy access makes this a good spot for a quick visit.
Another benefit in the summer months is the lack of mosquitos, something that cannot be said for the other local climbing venues.
There is really good local info here climbkamloops.ca/
Also the local climbing gym is a good place to get the most up to date info.
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