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davidwebbiraq
6/06/2008
8:15:03 PM
Guys,

I have been overseas working for a while, I have a month back home shortly (1 Month) and want to get
out and do a long climb, can anyone give me details of what the weather will be like mid to late July on
the North Wall of Buffalo.

I understand that it will be the tail end of winter but want to try and do it in the month I am home (16 July
- 16 August). Any ideas would be appreciated.

Dave
Wollemi
6/06/2008
10:44:14 PM
After Iraq, whatever weather you have will leave you smiling.

http://www.chockstone.org/Gallery/Picture.asp?PictureID=158&PagePos=15&Sort=Added
davidwebbiraq
6/06/2008
10:53:39 PM
Yes I would like a little bit different weather compared to Iraq, I like the snow. How deep or how much
snow would be on it at that time ?

Chuck Norris
6/06/2008
10:59:07 PM
On 6/06/2008 davidwebbiraq wrote:
>Yes I would like a little bit different weather compared to Iraq, I like
>the snow. How deep or how much
>snow would be on it at that time ?

Nothing a bit of napalm wouldn't melt.
davidwebbiraq
6/06/2008
11:02:39 PM
LOL LMAO PMSL

IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
11/06/2008
12:50:57 PM
>details of what the weather will be like mid to late July on the North Wall of Buffalo.

Likely to be wet, cold, and misty.
Could be blizzard conditions.
If it is actually fine then it would only be for short periods of time, as the place is a magnet for interaction of variable weather / fronts approaching the mtns.
mikl law
12/06/2008
12:07:45 PM
Mt Warning
South side of Bungonia
Bluff Mountain
Coke Ovens and coal mines and exploding galaxy and Crag X (all wolgan)
Red edge Bald head hanging roack Ikara Mt banks(all Grose)

All 200m or so high and sunny
I'll be happy to go out the the Blue mtns if you don/t have a partner
mikl

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