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Overnight camping June 10 at Icicle Canyon

PULLMAN – Get out of Pullman for a weekend with University Recreation. Join the Outdoor Recreation Center, ORC, for an exciting weekend trip on June 10 to pristine Icicle Canyon in Leavenworth, Wash.

While in Icicle Canyon, experienced guides will lead an overnight camping trip and exciting granite bouldering trip that will challenge an experienced climber or give a beginner a taste of what bouldering has to offer.

The cost of the trip is $37 for SRC members and $42 for non-members. This price includes transportation, experience guidance, all equipment, park fees and camping costs.

Registration is being taken now through June 7, but spots are limited so don’t delay. Registration can be taken at the SRC service counter, at the ORC or online at http://www.urec.wsu.edu. For more information please contact Jeremiah Gray, ORC, at 335-1892.

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