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Weather at Devil's Lake? Climbing partner May 5,6,7?
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Apr 26, 2013
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Hey, I'm heading up to Devil's lake May 5 - 7 from Wyoming. Bringing my son who is 13 yrs old and has zero experience. How's the weather up there? Will I find climbable rock? I haven't climbed here for about fifteen years. Anyone want to help an old man teach his son to climb? (Okay, I'm hoping for an occasional belay for myself). Dave Lynch
From Waseca, MN
Joined Nov 17, 2009
520 points
Apr 26, 2013
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It's sunny and in the 60s right now, but it is expected to get colder and rainier for the May 4-5 weekend. But that's still over a week out, so things may change. Good luck with the weather!

If it does in fact look like it's going to be decent climbing weather as we get closer, post here again, and I think you'll find someone who will be willing to help out.
Gokul
Joined May 9, 2011
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May 2, 2013
Still looking for another person .... I'm thinking about going to devils lake on Monday. Drop me a message if you are. DerekD
Joined Aug 5, 2012
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May 5, 2013
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DerekD wrote:
Still looking for another person .... I'm thinking about going to devils lake on Monday. Drop me a message if you are.


You will have a bluebird day. My wife and I will be up there...somewhere tomorrow
roger fritz from rockford, IL
From Rockford, IL
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