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Crags that *might* be dry this weekend

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Will Tabor · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 5

I've been looking at the weather, and it seems like it's going to rain everywhere on the east coast this weekend. Does anyone have any good tips on crags that will stay dry or crags that have a decent weather forecast this weekend? I'm meeting with a friend who lives in WV and I'm in the Western NC area, so anywhere between the two is fair game. I climb moderate trad and we can try up to 5.11 on sport.

Austin Goff · · Winston-Salem, NC · Joined Mar 2009 · Points: 80

Unless it condenses Moores Wall should be climbable on Saturday for sure and possibly on Sunday depending on difficulty.

Brian Payst · · Carrboro,NC · Joined Jan 2014 · Points: 10

Current forecast for Moore's is pretty grim and the North end, which would stay driest doesn't really have routes in the range you're looking for. At the moment, Saturday at the New looks like the best forecast and you have the advantage of roofs over a number of routes if it does rain. Overall though, not a lot of hope in the forecast this weekend!

Will Maness · · Raleigh, NC · Joined Oct 2016 · Points: 25

But tomorrow looks great! Let me know if you're free to get out!

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