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New Snoqualmie Valley rock guidebook in the works! Exit 32/38, etc.
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Dec 4, 2013
It has been 7 years since the last update to the Exit 38/32 books. With Garth's support, I am working on a new, comprehensive edition that should be out around next December (maybe sooner). It's time now to add in all of the new lines that have gone up in the last seven years (or any climb that went unrecorded previously). I'll put out a request for photos sometime in the future.

I've done a pretty good job mining stuff from this site and and have gotten in touch with a few of the new developers (I still need to get in touch with lots of folks).

So right now, I'm looking for this beta from anywhere in the North Bend area (32,38, rattlesnake, fun forest, etc).
--new walls
--new routes
--unrecorded first ascent information

Send me an email or PM with the beta.
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Jan 6, 2014
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Because I still use my North Bend Sport Climbs (Exit 38) and Exit 32 books pressed in 1996, I'm not sure what the 7 year old versions look like. But looking at mine, the obvious outdated beta is the approach to Little Si. A few years back the whole approaching trail was rerouted. Hopefully you're aware of this. I'm a North Bend resident so feel free to reach out for anything you might need from a local in your endeavor. livin'
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Jan 7, 2014
Hey Kurt, sounds kick ass dude. Let me know if you need any help. Brett Thompson
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