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Oct 30, 2012
Temps are supposed to be high of 46 on Saturday and high of 53 on Sunday, partly cloudy. How cold will that be on the rock?

Any suggestions for crags that warm up early in the day?
From Los Angeles, CA
Joined Jul 23, 2012
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Oct 30, 2012
You stay away from mah pig!
Endless Wall. You should find something that is prime, provided that the snow has dissipated. camhead
From Vandalia, Appalachia
Joined Jun 27, 2006
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Nov 1, 2012
Over a foot of snow in Fayetteville I was told. Probably lots of melt this weekend with the temps warming up a bit. The Cirque will be dry (except for the tops of the routes that go all of the way to the rim)...Snake Buttress is the first to dry out if it's going to dry out at all in the next few days. Good Luck! Blake Cash
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Nov 1, 2012
Whipoorwill's 5.11 wall (climber's right from the approach) warms up early and stays sunny, making it a good cold weather crag. The last 20 feet of climbing can be pretty wet after a thaw, so if there is still snow at the tops of the cliff it'll be a good idea to just head off to Endless. Many of the walls at Summersville should be nice and sunny as well. BrianWS
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